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Inaugural South Florida Brewers Guild Festival in Boynton Beach Was a Huge Success (Photos)

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Wynwood Brewing

Located in Miami, Wynwood Brewing was founded by Luis Brignoni and is officially Miami's first craft production brewery. Located in the heart of the Wynwood Art District, the brewery uses a 15-barrel, two-vessel system able to produce 500 gallons of beers with its 15-barrel fermenters and close to 1,000 gallons in its 30-barrel fermenters. The tap room standard lineup includes the La Rubia blond ale, Wynwood IPA, and Pop's porter, in addition to a series of barrel-aged strong ales and a variety of seasonal offerings. Here in Broward and Palm Beach, you can find them at places like Tap 42 and Riverside Market -- even as far north as Leftovers Cafe. Visit the Wynwood Brewing website and Facebook page.

JDub's Brewing Co. & Tap Room

Based in Sarasota, JDub's Brewing Co. isn't open yet -- but founder Jeremy Joerger is excited to bring his brand of "beers with character" to Sarasota County later this year. He and head brewer Tom Harris, the former brewmaster for Long Trail Brewing Co. of Vermont, offered a taste of their collaborative efforts Saturday with a pumpkin stout made with maple-roasted barbecue pumpkin, as well as their specialty Up Top! IPA, a name that lends a secret to getting a free beer at the tap room (sorry, we can't be any more specific). Look for their cans to be on the shelves at your local liquor store in the next few years or taking over taps at your favorite beer bar. Visit the JDub's website or Facebook page.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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