LauderAle, Fort Lauderdale’s newest brewery, opened its doors to the public and it almost ran out of beer, as it runsÂ on a one-barrel system. Owners Kyle Jones and Joey FarrellÂ plan is to produce about 500 gallons of beer per month, including their Lake Silvia Saison,Â Port EvergladesÂ Porter and George English Ale. LauderAle carries six beers on tap and also sells beer from other Florida breweries. Beer is served in 16-ounce pints, 13.5-ounce tulip glasses and as flights for tasting.Â Customers can expect to pay $5 to $8 for the brews. The 3,200-square-foot rustic facility, just east of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, looks like a warehouse from the outside.
Saturday, April 14, 8-11pm – Opium Night Club Hardrock, 5729 Seminole Way, Hollywood Drops of Hope held the inaugural event which helped raise money for resources and tools to better the lives of pediatric cancer patients and their families. While cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children in the U.S., there […]
Thursday, December 1, 6:30pm-8:30pm – Fasano Residences + Hotel Miami Beach, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Fasano Residences & Hotel Miami Beach hosted a cocktail reception and custom curated art installation by artist Fabien Cappello, in partnership with Wallpaper* and creative agency DOTS. Fabien Cappello is an award winning furniture and product designer, based between Mexico City and London. […]
Sunday, March 10, 1pm-sundown, Shore Club, 1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach A lot went down in 2009. You probably remember where you were when Michael Jackson died, Tiger Woods had his secret life exposed and, of course, Taylor Swift got Kanyeâ€™d at the VMAs. Whatever happened during the week, on Sundays, Miami hit the pool. […]