Flight of Craft Beer

Calling all craft beer connoisseurs! Checking out upscale chains, and one-of-a-kind Miami Beach watering holes, this is our list of Miami’s craftiest beer joints.

The Room

This cozy South Beach hole-in-the-wall specializes in wine and craft beer like Hitachino, Shipyard, and Abita. The industrial space is lit only by candles, keeping a calming atmosphere. It’s so casual that on some nights, they pull out board games for the patrons to play.

The Room
100 Collins Ave #4

Yard House

Located near Lincoln Road, this high-end sports-bar chain has over 100 craft beers on tap like Cigar City, Funky Buddha, Kona, and Woodchuck—as well as a large New American food menu.

Yard House
1681 Lenox Ave

Burger & Beer Joint

Burger & Beer joint is a casual South Beach outpost known for signature DIY burgers and craft beers like Green Flash, Red Hook, and Arrogant Bastard.

Burger & Beer Joint
1766 Bay Rd

Lost Weekend

This ultra laidback hangout is the perfect place for friends, billiards, and the best cheesesteak in town. Try one of their craft beers like Delirium, Swamp Ape, or Southern Tier.

Lost Weekend
218 Española Way

Kill Your Idol

This South Beach bar has quirky decor with a statue of Bruce Lee and an astronaut hanging from the roof. This hipster hangout has an array of craft beers like Terrapin, La Fin Du Monde, and Old Rasputin. Don’t worry about finding an Uber, this whimsical late night spot is only a five-minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel.

Kill Your Idol
222 Española Way

Clandestino Pub

Cocktails, local music acts, and craft beers from Flying Dog Brewing, Rogue Dead Guy, and Blue Point Brewing Company is what you’ll find at this South Beach bar. Pair your drink of choice with delicious tapas like ceviche sliders, and live indie tunes.

Clandestino Pub758 Washington Ave

The Abbey Brewing Company

Abbey Brewing Company is home to award-winning craft beers in a down-to-earth space with the look of a traditional European pub. Enjoy one of the four house recipes like the Immaculate IPA—an amber with malt grown in the Midwest and hops grown in the Pacific Northwest.

The Abbey Brewing Company
1115-1117 16th St