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The Ultimate South Florida Beer Week Event Guide

Trying to figure out what to do this coming week for the third annual South Florida Beer Week?

Clean Plate has done the unenviable task of sorting, editing, and organizing all of the events taking place in Broward and Palm Beach counties involved with SFBW.

See also: South Florida Beer Week Returns January 18 - 25: Disc Golf, Brew Bus, and More

Saturday, January 18th

The Brew Bus South Florida - 3 Brewery Tour (Oakland Park)

-- 11 a.m. to 3:30pm

Kick off South Florida Beer Week with the grand opening of the South Florida Brew Bus.

The bus will stop at Due South Brewing, Brewzzi Brewpub Boca Raton, and Funky Buddha Brewing. A bite to eat during your visit to Brewzzi is included in your ticket price, along with pretzels and peanuts during the day.

What's Included: 1 pint of beer at each Brewery, a private tour at each Brewery, light appetizers at Brewzzi and round trip transportation on the Brew Bus plus samples of Brew Bus Brewing's line of craft beers during the entire trip.

Price is $60 per person (including tax)

Check in at 10:45am at Funky Buddha Brewing in Oakland Park

For further details and registration visit their Event Brite Page

Due South's Mariana Trench Bottle Release (Boynton Beach)

-- Noon

Saturday brings the long awaited release of the Mariana Trench Imperial Stout from Due South Brewing Co. The 10% abv. brew will be available on tap as well as in limited 22 oz bottles. Additionally, there will be a number of limited release beers on tap throughout the day.

Local Night @ The Coffee District (Delray Beach)

-- 6 to 9 p.m.

Spend your Saturday night like a local with special local beers at The Coffee District all night long.

The beer lineup is scheduled to include:

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