Very friendly brewpub with very friendly, un nondescript Latin people serving the bar. Lots of beer on tap, which were mostly average. Location was great, and lots of chatty, friendly locals around. Good stop after Wakefield nearby.
DocJitsu (140) Pensacola , Florida | July 31, 2016| Updated August 1, 2016
It’s loud in here. Some would call it multicultural. I’d call it rude, intentional boisterousness from nondescript Latin people screaming Spanglish at each other. Uncomfortable seating. Nothing special about the ambiance in spite of being in Wynwood. Staff are pleasant and helpful. Beers are average to high-average. Thirteen Wynwood beers on tap with five guest taps. Four-beer flights for $9.
ADDENDUM: while I was still here on the visit during which I made the current review, the female half of the pair working behind the bar argued with me over a mistake she had made (poured the wrong sample for my second flight and when it was called to her attention, she argued her point--thought she’d heard Cuddle, the session IPA, not Tuttle, the nitro stout--instead of offering to make it right). Once I insisted she fix the mistake, she behaved petulantly. In spite of this, I’m only reducing the service score by one point because the male half of the pair continued to be friendly and helpful.
Dark place when you first walk in but the air conditioning felt good after a short walk from Concrete Beach. Big communal table in the middle with smaller tables on the sides. A few table games. The beers weren’t too good but they had a nice guest tap list.
Quite typical although dark taproom in the hipsterish Wynwood, not far from J Wakefield. Seemed to be quite popular. Service ok/normal. Some of their beers are quite nice, decent selection available. Flights were available too.
Drove by twice before I found the door in the graffitied wall. It was very early on a week day, so no one was there yet. Staff was entertaining and knowledgeable. Beer was excellent and the prices were reasonable. What more could you want?
Art (131) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | January 19, 2016
Stopped on a day trip in Miami. Hole in the wall sort of place as most breweries are. Decent selection of beers both their own and others. Got a reasonably priced flight of 4 beers, $8. Lots of people hanging out playing board games. Wish there were some Windows. No food that I could tell. There is an awesome Star Wars mural outside that is worth the visit anyway.
A nice taproom that is comfortable, a but dark and spacious. Service was fantastic, with a history and explanations of all beers. They are passionate. Unfortunately I was not a big fan of the beer, most was average with a few good ones and a few bad ones. Lots of ticks but lacking quality.