A Huge New Brew Hall Is Coming To South Florida That Both Sports & Non-Sports Fans Will Love
Brews & Baseball go together like PB&J.
If there are two things that go together like pb n' j, it might just be brews and baseball. Lovers of the sport and the Miami Marlins are about to get a sick new brew hall in 2020 — and it looks pretty beautiful too.
The result of a 5-year partnership between Biscayne Brewing Co. and the Miami Marlins, a 3,000 square foot boozy brew hall will pop up in the new year located on the Promenade Level of Marlin Park Stadium in Miami.
Visitors will be able to find it in the atrium area near the stadium's sections 15–16.
It will also feature a signature beer crafted in honor of the Miami team that can be found not only at the new place to hammer down brews and Marlin Park, but also scattered in retail spaces across southern Florida.
Biscayne's new space will feature a sleek and clean modern design, featuring natural wood accents. The concept images show wooden high top tables for standing as well as lower ones with chic seating accommodations.
The brewing company's ship wheel logo and greyscale shiplap style walls bring in a slightly nautical feel, seemingly perfect considering the team's mascot is a fish and the state is surrounded by swaying salty waves.
A Massive garage door wall will open up to the elements, really bringing in a beautiful indoor-outdoor flow — especially during evenings of classicly perfect Sunshine State weather.
The space isn't dedicated to just baseball fans though. While the Marlins claim it will provide a unique social experience for those attending games, it will also feature entertainment in the form of a live performance space and a large video wall.
The bar will feature a great lineup of unique beers accompanied by delicious bites available for purchase.
The Marlins also acquired some local food partners, creating the $3o5 Menu to provide affordable options for game-goers such as a $3 hot dog and $5 beer.
For more information about the new brew hall, check out Marlins Media's webpage here.