Tonight: Cigar City Brewmaster Wayne Wambles at World of Beer Kendall

Put on your best linen guayabera today and head out to see Cigar City Brewing Brewmaster Wayne Wambles at World of Beer in Kendall.

WOB Kendall's Cigar City Brewtopia is a Cuban-themed event, so come prepared to smoke a few figurados, throw down some dominoes, and sip a cafecito while you're at it. The event will be happening all day. WOB Kendall opens at 3 p.m.

See also: Gravity Brewlab, Cigar City Make "Gin and Juice"

There will be complimentary Cuban delicacies served by Casavana Cuban Cuisine at 8 p.m.

Cigars will be rolled on site. There will be beer, lots of beer; 17 Cigar City taps, in fact, including a nitro. The lineup:

  • Maduro Brown Ale
  • Jai Alai IPA
  • Florida Cracker Belgian-style White Ale
  • Hotter Than Helles Lager
  • Humidor Series English Style Imperial Stout
  • Humidor Series IPA
  • Stifung Berliner Weisse
  • Jose Marti Robust Porter
  • Cubano Style Espresso Porter
  • Puppy's Breath Imperial Stout (NITRO)
  • Big Sound Scotch Ale (2012)
  • Raspberry White Ale
  • Sgt. Pfeffer American Brown Ale
  • Wild Cat (Specialty Beer)
  • Café Con Leche Stout
  • Jango Saison
  • Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Brown Ale

See also: Wakefield Brewing Begins Collaboration with Cigar City

Cigar City Brewing is based in Tampa, but is one of the most highly-regarded craft breweries east of the Mississippi. Wambles knows Miami well, having collaborated with Gravity Brewlab and J. Wakefield Brewing Company.

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