Super Bowl 2020 Brewery Watch Parties in Miami
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This Sunday, the National Football Conference champion, San Francisco 49ers, will meet the American Football Conference champion, Kansas City Chiefs, in Miami for Super Bowl LIV.
Above all, beer remains an integral part of football tradition. That said, besides securing a seat in the stadium, there is no better place to watch the game than in one of the many breweries in South Florida.
Find the best watch parties at beer vendors in the Miami area here.
Dania Beach Brewery 3 Sons will be showing the game on their 16-foot projector and other televisions. During the game, the brewery will be serving 4 pints of Kansas City Red Ale and 4 pints of San Francisco Steam Lager. Specials include Kansas City smoked ribs and San Francisco exploding chicken.
Watch the game at Beat Culture and enjoy specialty beers and prizes. The brewery offers several options. An all-you-can-drink package includes a starter and appetizer, including all-you-can-drink beer ($ 54). During the game, guests can also enjoy happy hour beer prices for house beers and dine a la carte. Customers will receive a recording of Beat’s Cuatro Crazy beer with every touchdown or every mention of the 1972 Dolphins. In addition, the brewery is giving away a $ 50 gift card at the end of each quarter. Every beer purchased comes with a competition ticket.
Biscayne Bay Brewing is hosting a guard party and has specials like ten chicken wings and a mug of beer for $ 20, lechón nachos and a mug of beer for $ 20, and a sausage pretzel platter and mug of beer for $ 20. Choose from core beers such as Kapitan’s Kolsch, Miami Pale Ale, Siren’s Saison, and La Colada.
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Watch the big game at Funky Buddha and enjoy a list of specialty beers on tap and beer bucket specialties (five 12-ounce cans of select core beers for $ 15). Have a guard party at home? The brewery is offering a 20 percent discount on all packaged beers to take away throughout the weekend.
Enjoy the game in the beer garden or brewery while sipping craft beer and cocktails. The brewery offers 15 draft beers and specialty drinks. In addition, the food truck A Movable Feast sells tacos, sliders and grilled cheese sandwiches. Guests who donate three canned goods to a pantry will receive a free pint of beer.
MIA Beer Company
10400 NW 33rd St., Doral
Enjoy free beer shots for all age groups in the taproom at the beginning of each quarter. Other specials include $ 10,305 for Weiss jugs, $ 1 for wings (minimum purchase of 10 wings), $ 5 for hot dog and fries, $ 5 for chicharrones, and $ 10 for nachos.
Spanish Marie beers
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Get the party started early with a pregame celebration that starts at noon. Expect live music, beer pong, cornhole, shuffleboard, and other distractions. Starting this Friday, guests can register for the beer pong tournament or the Wildfire raffle to support the WWF’s Australian Wildlife and Nature Recovery Fund. Watch the Super Bowl on game day on a 16-foot screen in the brewery’s new beer garden with more than 30 taps and enjoy half of the selected house beer as well as specials on loaded nachos, pulled pork sliders and other items.
Watch the action on multiple screens and a projector. There are also food and drink specialties, and cigar lovers can explore the tank’s small cigar lounge.
Watch the rustling action as you sip $ 5 on select beers. Gorilla City Meats & Sandwiches has specials for ribs and wings.
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Veza Sur Brewing Co.
55 NW 25th St., Miami
Party all afternoon and evening in Veza Sur. From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., enjoy bottomless Argentinean-style barbecued micheladas and a DJ. The game is shown on large screen projectors in the brewery and on the terrace. Specials include $ 1 Wings, $ 22 Veza Sur Buckets, and $ 2 Chopp for those wearing a soccer jersey.
J. Wakefield Brewing is hosting a roast pork during the game. The Madraceitas Bistro in Hollywood will do the cooking. Wash the pork with draft beer and watch the game on two big screens.
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Laine Doss is the food and liquor editor for the Miami New Times. It was featured on Eat Street by Cooking Channel and in the Great Food Truck Race by Food Network. She won an Alternative Weekly Award for her contribution on what it’s like to wait for tables.