Wynwood Brewing Company Soft Launches at Wood Tavern Tomorrow

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Wynwood Brewing Company officially launches its beers on September 23 at Gramps, but you can get a taste of their brews tomorrow night at Wood Tavern.

The neighborhood bar is hosting a soft launch for the brewery during Art Walk.

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"It's been a long time coming," says Wood Tavern owner Cesar Morales. "People are really excited about the beer."

Indeed, after two years of anticipation, the brewery received its manufacturer's license in August. And, although its official party is still weeks away, Wood Tavern will start pouring the local brews tomorrow at 5 p.m.

Wynwood Brewing Company's three beers will be on tap: La Rubia Blonde Ale, Pop's Porter, and Wynwood IPA. All will be priced at $7 for 16-ounces.

The brewery will also be present at an event at World of Beer in midtown soon. On Friday, September 20, the brewery will host its first-ever tap takeover.

In the meantime: just 24 more hours to go!

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