Miami Brew Tour | Brewery Tours of Miami


We will first meet you in Coconut Grove, Miami’s oldest and dare we say coolest neighborhood. From there we will go to Funky Buddha Brewery in Oakland Park, Broward County’s first production brewery and a huge one at that! We will tour the 20,000 sq.ft facility while sipping on their funk… No pun intended!

Next stop is M.I.A. Brewing. Visiting M.I.A. is a real treat because we will be witnessing a brewery in the making! Yes, there will be beer and yes, hardhats are required!

For the last stop we will hop on the bus and head over to Wynwood Brewing, home to one of the largest street art exhibits in the world! We will tour their brand new brewery and sample their flagship beers.

Important Information

How long will the tour last?
The tour will last approximately five hours but may vary according to the tours at each brewery

How many samples will I get?
Each beer flight will include 4-5 small glasses totaling 12-15 samples per trip. Aren’t you glad you’re on our bus!?

Do I have to be 21 to buy a ticket?
Yes, we will be checking ID’s before you get on the bus

Can I rent the bus for a private party?
Definitely! The Miami Brew Bus is a great way to spend a special day! Please contact for more information

Can I bring my own alcohol on board?
If beer isn’t your thing feel free to bring your desired libation on board! Interested in purchasing growlers to go? We think that’s a fantastic idea and will store them in our cooler for you!

What is your cancellation policy?
Tours must be cancelled within 72 hours in order to receive a full refund

Will my tour be cancelled?
We require a minimum of six seats booked. In the event your tour does not meet the requirement your ticket will be refunded or you can select an alternate tour date

What is the appropriate attire to wear on tour?
Wear anything you feel comfortable in! Just remember, closed toe shoes are required!

Is it safe to visit a brewery under construction?
Absolutely! But we weren’t kidding about the hardhats…


Founded in 2010, Funky Buddha Brewery began as a brewpub, lounge, and hookah bar in Boca Raton, Florida. Initially brewing on a small, 40-gallon system, the brewpub began creating truly unique culinary-inspired beers, reaching worldwide acclaim such as 27th best brewery in the world according to RateBeer! Three short years later Buddha opened its 20,000 sq ft production brewery in the heart of South Florida, focusing on the continued use of big, bold flavors. You can find their flagships beers Hop Gun IPA and Floridian Hefeweizen on tap at the brewery year-round, and if you’re lucky enough to try a limited release you certainly won’t forget it! No Crusts Peanut Butter & Jelly Brown Ale, Blueberry Cobbler Ale, and Passionfruit Berlinerweiss are a few of our favorites. Just sayin’!


Miami’s first production brewery recently opened in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District. What used to be a warehouse and manufacturing district, Wynwood is now home to one of the largest street art exhibits in the world. Following the theme of art in beer making it was extremely important for the founders of Wynwood Brewing to be located in this exceptional neighborhood. Brewed with Miami’s hot weather in mind, their flagship beers, Pop’s porter, La Rubia Blond Ale, and Wynwood IPA, are light bodied, and crisp, ah makes us wanna go to the beach!


A very special part of our tour brings you to M.I.A. Brewing where you will be able to witness a brewery being born! M.I.A. Brewing has begun construction and estimates a January 2014 opening. Although the brewery hasn’t become operational they’ve already made a name for themselves at beer festivals and special events with their flagships Domino Pilsner, Freestyle Wheat Pale Ale, Castaway Kolsche, and the M.I.A. IPA. Yes, there will be beer and yes, hardhats are required!


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