Brewery with Latin vibe set to open in Wynwood

Veza Sur Brewing, supported by beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, opens Saturday

TRD MIAMI /
Aug.August 13, 2017 03:10 PM

Cheers! Anheuser-Busch InBev is supporting the startup of a Wynwood brewery.

UPDATED, Aug. 14, 3:18 p.m. The maker of Busch beer is supporting the startup of a new brewery in Wynwood this week.

Veza Sur Brewing is set to open Saturday in a 10,000-square-foot space at 55 Northwest 25 Street.

Veza Sur Brewing is the first South Florida brewery that beer giant Anheuser-Busch InBev has funded as part of a national push to create or acquire craft-style beer brands.

Veza Sur’s Wynwood location is several blocks away from Concrete Beach Brewing, which is backed by Boston Beer Company.

A trio is opening Veza Sur: Chris and Jeremy Cox of 10 Barrel Brewing Co. in Oregon, and Berny Silberwasser of Bogota Beer Company.

A taproom will account for half of their Wynwood space, which will feature a 40-foot bar and customer views of the on-site brewery in operation.

Asbjorn Gerlach, owner Kross Brewery in Chile, is the brewmaster at Veza Sur, which will brew on a 15-barrel system and will serve 18 types of beer. [Miami.com] Mike Seemuth

The initial version of this article misidentified Veza Sur’s opening date. 


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios

Join The Real Deal at its sixth annual Miami Showcase & Forum this week

La Social’s original location at 7601 Biscayne Boulevard (Credit: Google Maps)

The Weekly Dish: La Social to open in downtown Miami, Salt & Straw is going to Wynwood 25 & more

Tony Cho, Andres Nava and Valerio Morabito with 2143 Northwest First Avenue

Developer Valerio Morabito enters Wynwood market with $9M acquisition

A rendering of Arlo Wynwood

Quadrum Global plans Arlo hotel in Wynwood

From left: Jon Paul Perez, Alex Karakhanian, Tony Arellano and Devlin Marinoff over the site (Credit: Google Maps)

Related Group, Alex Karakhanian and partners drop $32M on Wynwood site

From left: Tony Arellano, Devlin Marinoff and 2729 Northwest Third Avenue

Miculitzki family lists property near Wynwood Walls for $18M

Daily Digest Miami

Target could be coming to North Beach, Related and Atlantic Pacific head to Miami board: Daily digest

Rendering of the Moxy Hotel, Pierre Charalambides and David Grutman (Credit: Kobi Karp)

Wynwood is getting its own Moxy hotel

arrow_forward_ios