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We would like to thank the Miami New Times for showcasing our new Legacy Tasting Room “The Cabanas”, now open in Opa Locka serving the best Caribbean-style craft beer on tap in South Florida.
The taproom will be open Thursday through Saturday from 4 to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 7 p.m.
Miami New Times recently showcased Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery’s new Opa-Locka location. Here is a quick excerpt from the article:
In the end, Fernandez opted to keep Legacy in Opa-locka. The brewery is located across the street from the Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport and a mile from St. Thomas and Florida Memorial universities. The brewery is named after his grandfather, who left a craft brewing legacy with his grandsons.
The brewing facility is 1,600 square feet and houses a two-barrel brewing system. Fernandez considers it a nanobrewery that’s “a lot better” than what he had. He’s hoping to be open to the public before Grovetoberfest on October 15.
Read the full article here.
Miami New Times is celebrating National IPA day with it’s list of the top local Miami IPA’s.
Our very own Humble Noble was featured in the IPA Day article with the following:
At Legacy, you’ll find the Humble Noble IPA — a tropical IPA brewed with Noble hops containing aromas of citrus, fruits, and spices. On Untappd, drinkers describe it as a “solid” and “smooth” session IPA with “big, floral flavors” and light bitterness. Sits at 5.8 percent ABV.
Read the full article on the origins of the India Pale Ale on Miami New Times!
This past weekend we made it a Legacy at Sprung 2016 – the first time in Wywood, FL!
Miami New Times has all the coverage from this year’s event.
More than 300 beers were available for the sipping, and South Florida brews took the spotlight. Established Miami breweries such as Wynwood and Concrete Beach shared equal billing with newer operations like Descarga and Legacy.
The takeaway? Miami’s beer scene is alive and well and growing every day.
We were recently featured in Miami New Times’ coverage of the FIU South Florida Brewfest.
In the article our Beer Jellies get a great nod:
The brewery also makes jellies from its beers, so you can spread a little beer on your breakfast toast. The jellies also make great barbecue glazes.
See all the photos and read more about this recent beer festival on Miami New Times!
Zaslow, Joy, Romberg, and Tobin from 790 The Ticket AM had an opportunity to try out our Beer Jelly’s and a few of our Craft Beers ahead of the 18th Annual New Times Beerfest in Fort Lauderdale on October 10th!
Check out the video for their reaction to our amazing Beer Jellies which will be available at our events.
Miami New Times has all the coverage and photos on this weekend’s successful Brew at the Zoo held at Zoo Miami.
Here were the details from the event:
This past weekend, Zoo Miami got a little more interesting with Brew at the Zoo. Miami New Times’ annual celebration of suds was bigger and better than ever, with thousands of people enjoying beer from some of the world’s best breweries, good food, and world-class music.
Check out the recap on Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery on Miami New Times’ website.
Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery is proud to showcased among the top South Florida craft breweries that will be serving at this year’s Brew at the Zoo on May 9th.
Here is a preview of what is to come from the article:
Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery is a small production brewery based in Opa-locka. It features full-flavored, well-balanced Caribbean-inspired craft beer using fresh fruits. Brewmaster Ismael Fernandez, assisted by his younger brother Hector Gonzalez, will feature a host of beers this Saturday, including the Diaz Legacy, a Belgian blonde made with strawberries, bananas, and peaches; the Humble Noble, a session IPA made with pineapple; Tallulah, a Belgian wheat ale; and Doña Rosa, a summer porch pounder made with guava.
Miami New Times is offering a preview of this month’s return of the Miami Beer Festival at Marlins Park.
Here is a quick summary:
Oktoberfest doesn’t come for another nine months, but beer festivals in Miami are almost a year-round occurrence. Miami is getting the year started with the 3rd Annual Miami Beer Festival, which returns to Marlins Park on January 31.
Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery is listed among the top local breweries with our upcoming Beer Festival selections:
Legacy Caribbean Craft Brewery
Diaz Legacy, a strawberry, banana and peaches Belgian strong Don Miguel, a coconut porter Doña Rosa, a Guava wheat Humble Noble, a session IPA made with pineapple juice