Cheers to Beer! Where to Celebrate National Beer Day

Phu Yea National Beer DayNational Beer Day celebrates the day in 1933 that the Cullen-Harrison act was signed into law, reversing the prohibition on selling beer in the United States. In 2009, a Virginian man named Justin Smith decided to commemorate this historic day and created his own unofficial National Beer Day. Since then, it has been recognized by the state of Virginia, and unofficially by millions of brew aficionados nationwide. One of the best things about beer is the sheer number of varieties that exist. IPAs, Pilsners, Stouts, Sours… the list goes on and on. In terms of alcohol content, beer usually ranges between 4-7% ABV, meaning you can sip a cold one on a hot summer day without much worry of intoxication. Last but not least, it’s sold in six-packs, so you can share with your friends! More

 

Cheers to Beer! Where to Celebrate in South Florida

Wednesday, April 7, 2021

Burlock Coast

Celebrate National Beer Day with stunning ocean views and bottomless beer at Burlock Coast. On Wednesday, April 7 from 11 AM to 10 PM beer lovers can enjoy $29 Bottomless Beer with the purchase of food. Pair your pitcher with their signature Bootleg Burger, Fish, and Chips, Raw Bar items, or something from the shared menu. Burlock Coast is located at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale 1 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard. For more information visit www.burlockcoast.com or call (954) 302-6430.

Cervecería La Tropical

This National Beer Day, the recently opened Cervecería La Tropical will be bringing back its Tropical Double IPA after its overwhelming success when the brewery introduced it during the opening as a limited release. With an ABV of 8.2%, Tropilina is a high octane tropical Double IPA with sweet hints of citrus, pineapple, guava, and grapefruit notes. It will be offered by the pint ($7.50) or in to-go, 32 oz. crowlers ($17). Those who prefer a beer with a lower ABV can enjoy La Tropical’s signature beers ($6.50/pint; $15/to-go crowler) sitting at 4.5% ABV – La Original, a Vienna Style Ambar Lager whose recipe dates back to 1888; and Nativo Key, a Suave IPA that drinks refreshingly easy; or meet in the middle with the 6.5% ABV current limited release, La India ($7.50/pint;$17/to-go crowler), an India Pale Ale brewed with a hoppy tropical cocktail. From 4 PM until 6 PM, guests may enjoy select bites by Chef Cindy Hutson at Happy Hour prices with the purchase of any beer. Cervecería La Tropical is located at 42 NE 25th Street in Wynwood. Reservations are highly recommended and can be made through OpenTable. www.cervecerialatropical.com.

Phuc Yea

On Wednesday, April 7th in celebration of National Beer Day, Phuc Yea will feature Baos & Brews all night. Available all night long throughout the restaurant, indoor and outdoor, this unbeatable offer gives guests the chance to enjoy two of Chef Cesar Zapata’s signature bao bun creations – sweet & sour pork or salt & pepper cod for just $10. To drink, guests can enjoy $20 Sapporo buckets; $10 frozen cocktails, and $9 sake bombs. Phuc Yea is located at 7100 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami. Parking is available onsite. Telephone: (305) 602-3710; www.phucyea.com.

Tobacco Road

Celebrate National Beer Day at Tobacco Road where craft brews are the universal love language. Between 4 PM and 7 PM on Wednesday, April 7, enjoy $4-$5 select drafts and $5 shot & beer specials. To eat, guests can nosh on  $5 select appetizers including Hobo Frito Pie, BBQ Chicken Nachos, Fried Pickles, Chili Cheese Fries, and more. Tobacco Road by Kush is located at 650 South Miami Avenue in Brickell. Telephone: (786) 703-3120; https://kushhospitality.com/.

Salt & Straw

No one said beer has to drink and Miami’s newest ice cream shop, Salt & Straw is behind that philosophy. The Portland-based brand created a Mango Habanero “IPA Sorbet” in collaboration with Wynwood Brewing Co. The sorbet is made by taking the hop-heavy Laces IPA from Wynwood Brewing and adding a load of fresh habaneros, then cooling it off with Florida mangoes and citrus. This beautifully clean, simple sorbet is as refreshingly quenchable as the beer. The sorbet can be enjoyed by the scoop in a cup, waffle cone, or as part of a to-go flight; or can be taken home by the pint. Salt & Straw has locations in Wynwood (246 NW 25th Street) and Coconut Grove (3015 Grand Ave., Unit 145) and is also available through UberEATS and Door Dash.

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