Craft beer

Sprung beer festival to feature spring and summer brews

 
 
This year’s Sprung beer festival is Saturday, March 8, in Coconut Grove.
This year’s Sprung beer festival is Saturday, March 8, in Coconut Grove.
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How big has craft beer gotten in South Florida? So big that organizers of the fall Grovetoberfest have added a spring event — Sprung — to quench thirsts for seasonal summer brews.

You can sample beers from Florida breweries like Cigar City, Schnebly’s Miami Brewing Co., Wynwood Brewing, Funky Budda and the soon-to-open M.I.A. Brewing. The fest also will feature spring and summer releases from regional and national craft breweries including New Belgium, Green Flash, Brooklyn, Sierra Nevada and Harpoon.

What: Sprung craft beer festival

Where: Peacock Park, 2820 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove

When: 4-7 p.m. Saturday (earlier for VIP ticket-holders)

Cost: $40-$90

More info: 305-461-2700, igotsprung.com

EVAN S. BENN

ebenn@MiamiHerald.com


ebenn@MiamiHerald.com

How big has craft beer gotten in South Florida? So big that organizers of the fall Grovetoberfest added a spring event — Sprung — to quench thirsts for seasonal summer brews.

Sample beers from Florida breweries like Cigar City, Schnebly’s Miami Brewing Co., Wynwood Brewing, Funky Budda and the soon-to-open M.I.A. Brewing. The fest also will feature spring and summer releases from regional and national craft breweries including New Belgium, Green Flash, Brooklyn, Sierra Nevada and Harpoon.

What: Sprung craft beer festival

Where: Peacock Park, 2820 McFarlane Rd., Coconut Grove

When: 4-7 p.m. Saturday (earlier for VIP ticket-holders)

Cost: $40-$90

More info: 305-461-2700, igotsprung.com

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