|FIU's North campus was host to "Biscayne Brewers Bash," which displayed 40 different microbrews from Florida brewers.|
This past Sunday, members of B.R.E.W. FIU
hosted their first annual Biscayne Brewers Bash
in the pavilion of the Kovens Conference Center overlooking beautiful Biscayne Bay. The event hosted 15 local brewers serving over 40 different micro-brews. There was also a booth for beer bread and beer butter. The main idea was to bring together Florida brewers and focus on Florida beer.
"A lot of Florida homebrewers only know about each other through Facebook, so our aim was to bring them together and to pull the community together through this event," said Matthew Weintraub, a homebrew-workshop teaching assistant and one of the founders of B.R.E.W. FIU.
|Beverage management professor Barry Gump serves IPA, Sweet Stout, Pale Ale, Pilsner and even root beer to thirsty students.|
|Caramelized onion beer butter gets slabbed on "Buddhist style roll" made with polenta and "Spent Grain" baguettes|
|Boynton Beach's Due South Brewing Co. serves up a rich malty caramel cream ale.|
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