As some of you have requested, here are some locations you could find the The Miami HEAT La Rubia 12-pack!
Family gatherings are a thing we just love doing. At the pool, playing dominoes, watching the game, or just hanging for the sake of hanging. And when we say family, we’re also including those friends that life has given us to consider hermanos y hermanas.
With this sentiment in mind, we thought that an Imperial Stout would be a good reason to share, sip, taste, and enjoy. Imperial Stouts are known for their richness, toasty flavor, and complexities. And as beer geeks, we wanted to brew something to bring to your beer club and say “What would Papazian think?”.
Toda, La Familia, Unida is a unity made out of three different takes on an Imperial Stout. You get the sweet, the spicy, and the oaky.
Toda is an Imperial Stout with Banana, Chocolate, and Peanut Butter.
La Familia is a Diablo Cookie Imperial Stout with Cayenne Pepper, Chocolate, Ginger, and Cinnamon.
Unida is an Oak Aged Imperial stout with Coffee and Hazelnut.
These taproom exclusive 22oz bottles are available now.
Art sits at the core of our brand and neighborhood. Although the crown jewel of Miami Art Week, Art Basel, was cancelled for safety reasons, we’re still bringing the La Rubia Special Art edition to your table.
This year we teamed up with longtime friend and iconic artist Trek6. Instrumental to the early stages of the graffiti scene in Wynwood, Trek6 has a trajectory we’ve admired for years. This will be the 2nd time the Boricua artist works with us on a project like this. From the boombox facing i95 to the Coqui-to label, Trek6 understands our neighborhood and story in a very vivid way.
The La Rubia Special Art edition contains twelve cans of La Rubia Blonde Ale ideal to share at family gatherings, BBQs, a day at the beach, or anything of your preference.
This pack of beer will be available at your local retailer and our taproom.
Well, it’s official. We’re now part of the AB family and therefore cousins to many fantastic breweries we’ve always admired.
Wynwood Brewing is what it is today not because it was the first craft production brewery, but because you trusted us with your patronage since day one. It’s through the consistency and quality of our beers that we’ve been able to gain your trust and a place on your table. This is something we don’t take for granted.
Although we’ve proudly expanded our team, those of you who are close to the brewery are well aware that it’s still orchestrated and operated by a good chunk of the original lineup. Lineup… I think we should start a band now! We’re the same passionate people who live and breathe Wynwood Brewing, but with some proudly displayed gray hairs and some toddlers. Next gen maybe? It’s precisely this quality that caught the eye of our parent company CBA a couple of years ago. Since we became part of a publicly traded company, we’ve gotten nothing but resources to fulfill our vision, deliver the best beers possible to you, and ensure the wellness and growth of our employees.
We look forward to this new chapter with AB. Hopefully when all this lock down it’s over and it’s safe again to hang out, we’ll be able to see you and play some dominoes with Pop’s and I.
Luis G. Brignoni.
Founder of Wynwood Brewing.
Although Oktoberfest was cancelled this year, who says you can’t turn your living room into a biergarten and offer the best Oktoberfest-like streaming party? Like every year, and wishing we were in Munich, we brewed our take on the iconic beer with our Oktoberfest Lager, Wyntoberfest. This year is available for curbside pick up, delivery within 10 miles of the brewery, and probably in your favorite retailer. To find our beers near you, click here. Learn more about Wyntoberfest here.
With the current times of events, many of you have asked how to get our beers. In addition to your local supermarkets and liquor stores, our beers can be found in some delivery apps such as and .
Our beer finder will help you narrow down the search for beer around your area.
We encourage you and your loved ones to stay safe and take all the precautions recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Dear Wynwood extended family,
We’d like to start by thanking you for making Wynwood’s original brewery the place to grab a delicious beer and spend some quality time with nothing but unalloyed joy. Our success is a mere reflection of your constant love and support.
As one of the most instagrammable neighborhoods in the world, we’re well aware of Wynwood’s foot traffic. So, following the government’s suggestions, and our guts to do the right thing, we’re temporarily closing our doors so that we can help limit the spread of the COVID-19.
We want to keep you, our staff and their families, and our entire community healthy right now.
All taproom services are cancelled effective immediately through March 30th. If anything changes, and we can reopen earlier or need to extend the closure, we will communicate.
Believe me, we would love to grab a beer with you, it’s the main reason why we choose this career/life! And precisely why we encourage you to stay safe so we can redeem that beer together after all of this!
Wynwood Brewing Family.
MIAMI [December 3, 2019] — As the NBA season heats up, Miami HEAT fans are now able to cool down with some of their favorite local craft beers. Wynwood Brewing Co. today announced a three-year partnership to become the Official Craft Beer of the Miami HEAT. As part of the partnership, a range of Wynwood’s most popular beers are available in the AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami HEAT’s home stadium located on the Downtown Miami Biscayne Bay waterfront.
Miami HEAT fans can find Wynwood’s flagship La Rubia Blonde Ale, Laces IPA, and rotating seasonal beers on tap at four co-branded Wynwood Brewing and Miami HEAT beer carts in sections 110, 114, 314, and 319. Pop’s Porter bottles, La Rubia bottles, and La Rubia 16-ounce cans will also be available throughout the arena.
The connection to basketball runs deep at Wynwood Brewing. For starters, the grandfather of Wynwood Brewing’s co-founder Luis Brignoni was a professional basketball player, coach and captain in Puerto Rico and was inducted into the Puerto Rican Sports Hall of Fame in 1968. That legacy, combined with the fact that the entire Wynwood Brewing family are serious HEAT fans, means Brignoni and his team are thrilled about the opportunity to partner with the HEAT and share their craft beers with even more Miami fans. “Not only do we get to support our local team, but we get to do it with beers that were created in Miami, less than two-and-a-half miles from the stadium,” said Brignoni.
“The Miami HEAT and Wynwood Brewing share a common bond—both are successful family-run businesses that draw inspiration from the vibrancy that is Miami,” said Glen Oskin, Miami HEAT Vice President of Corporate Sales. “As Miami’s first craft production brewery, Wynwood Brewing is a local enterprise quite literally up the street from the HEAT’s house and they, too, have established deep roots in South Florida. We’re delighted they’ve joined us as official craft beer partner and we’re excited to work together.”
In addition to the co-branded beer carts, the partnership includes additional sponsorship elements and in-stadium advertising for Wynwood Brewing.
For the 3rd year in a row, we’re bringing back Coquí-To! This boricua approved beer is an extension of our heritage and love for family gatherings. That’s why we’re offering it in 22oz bottles. The whole idea is to sit down with loved ones to properly enjoy this liquid celebration.
The Coquí-To release will be on Black Friday, November 29th. The 22oz bottles will be a taproom exclusive release. In addition to the Coquí-To draught tapping, we will have various popular treatments of it, such as Caribbean Hot Chocolate and Nitro Coquí-To.
With the idea of coming full circle, the label art for Coquí-To was designed by Puerto Rican and Wynwood OG artist TREK6.
About the beer: This Imperial Milk Stout is aged in Puerto Rican rum barrels and finished with toasted coconut, vanilla, cinnamon, and cloves. The perfect beer to share with friends and family. You may even hear the coquí frog’s “ko-kee” call as you savor the flavors of this unique treat.
The Coquí is the common name for a species of small frogs that naturally inhabit the island and a Coquito is sometimes referred to as the “puerto rican eggnog”. Traditionally made with rum, coconut milk, sweet condensed milk, vanilla, cinnamon, and cloves, the drink is commonly enjoyed around the holidays.
Hallo liebe Freunde!
At Wynwood Brewing we’ve always had a thing for traditions that shaped our love for beers. Naturally, Oktoberfest is one of those events we all have in our bucket list. Unless you’re Davo, our Missionary of Beer, who went there in 2017 and hasn’t stopped talking about it. (I’m not hating, it’s a fact). Anyhow, we can’t quite replicate the amazing event, but we can try to get as close as possible to the epic beers in it. So we did. Wyntoberfest is our Festbier Lager, crafted with traditional, imported German ingredients but brewed in the heart of Wynwood. Learn more about it here.
In the spirit of the Bavarian festivities, we’re going to host a sort of Oktoberfest in our facility, where you’re going to be able to drink Wyntoberfest in a traditional 1 liter German Stein, enjoy Bavarian inspired food, and get serious with a Hold the Stein competition! Learn more here.
Anyhow, the whole idea is to get into the spirit of celebration around beer. You’re going to be able to find Wyntoberfest on draught and 12oz cans around South Florida. If you can’t find it at your favorite local spot, just request it and send us an email! We’ll make sure to follow up.