Wynwood Brewery

Located in the heart of Miami’s most artistic neighborhood, Wynwood Brewery has become an unmissable stop on the local brewery trail. This industrial-chic taproom crafts a rotating selection of bold and vibrant beers to match Wynwood’s larger-than-life murals. Fan favorites like the Wynwood IPA and La Rubia blonde ale take on unique infusions that pay homage to Miami’s diverse Latinx communities, with ingredients like guava, mamey, and café cubano. To truly drink like a local, pair your pints with Vicky Bakery’s famed croquetas and Media Noche sandwiches on the dog-friendly outdoor patio.

Charter Bus Parking: Limited street parking available, with paid lots at NW 24th St and NW 25th St.

J. Wakefield Brewing

This Wynwood gem takes its inspiration from both European tradition and Florida’s eccentric culture. At the lively taproom, sample cult-favorite sours that showcase locally-grown citrus and tropical fruits. Or indulge in decadent stouts aged in rum barrels that perfectly capture the Magic City’s sugary, Caribbean-influenced flavors. While the ever-rotating taps delight adventurous beer geeks, J. Wakefield also brews tried-and-true classics to satisfy those craving a crisp pilsner on a blistering Miami day. Nab a picnic table early—this place draws flocks of sun-seekers looking to kick back in the shaded gardens.

Charter Bus Parking: Paid lot adjacent to brewery, or limited street spots on side streets

Concrete Beach Brewery

This Miami institution takes its name from the area’s sandy beaches, but the beers pay tribute to the city’s urban culture. Sip on neighborhood-inspired brews like the Wynwood IPA, Latina, or Rick’s Valley WhyPA while surrounded by vibrant artwork inside and out. Arrive hungry and order from the stellar lineup of local food trucks that rotate daily. While you’re there, load up that cooler with some crowlers (canned 32oz beers to go!) to enjoy later by the pool. Just leave the driving to Miami Party Bus Company!

Charter Bus Parking: Paid lot next door with ample oversized vehicle spaces

Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Company

Beer not cutting it? This brewpub in downtown Miami may convince you to rethink your allegiance to wine or spirits. Don’t leave without sampling the wildly creative barrel-aged offerings like the Marshall Zhukov, a thick Russian Imperial Stout finished in Makers Mark barrels. More of a hop head? The flagship Lincoln’s Renaissance IPA nails that citrusy, piney vibe that works perfectly for an afternoon chillaxing under the misters. Of course, the laidback tap room also whips up crisp, crushable ales like the Chico’s Mexican Lager to ensure no fan goes thirsty.

Charter Bus Parking: Complimentary lot behind brewpub, accessible from NE 18th St

Brickell Brewpub

Despite its business district setting, this Brickell staple captures the tropical, beach town flavors that characterize Miami’s signature brews. Sure, you’ll find meticulously crafted classics like the Brickeller IPA and Miami Brown Ale, but the real stars are the Key lime and mango wheat beers that scream Florida. Head outside to the breezy patio, order up a seafood platter and some amber waves of grain, and try to remember—you’re in the middle of downtown, not on a sun-soaked beach in Key West. The illusion is that convincing.

Charter Bus Parking: Paid garage located underneath brewpub

MIA Beer Company

What started as a humble homebrew operation has evolved into a beloved Miami brewery where time-honored recipes meets bold, tropical experimentation. Park yourself under the palm trees on the shaded patio with a flight of core styles like the MIA Brewmosa, an orange-infused cream ale, and Mega Mix, a tart and tropical Berliner weisse. For serious beer nerds, MIA pushes boundaries on parallel pilot batches—creative infusions like guava, dragonfruit, passion fruit, and coconut. However, non-beer drinkers shouldn’t feel left out. MIA also crafts cocktail culture with their lineup of retro seltzers and house wines.

Charter Bus Parking: Spacious brewery lot with ample oversized vehicle parking

Tripping Animals Brewery

Sure, you can find the usual IPAs and radlers at this Doral brewery. But no other Miami beer maker captures the city’s funky, eccentric vibe quite like the trailblazing Tripping Animals. Owners Ignacio and Daniel draw inspiration from unconventional sources to push the boundaries of craft brewing. Beers can range from originals like the Lucky Tart (brewed with Lucky Charms!) to new classics like the Starfruit Smoothie Ale—a fruit-forward sour that feels just right on a sizzling Miami afternoon. Beyond the experimental taps, Tripping Animals doubles as an immersive art space where you can enjoy live music, DJ sets, and murals from local artists while sipping your latest fermented find.

Charter Bus Parking: Private lot with oversized spots available

Take A Bus to Visit Any Brewery!

Whether you’re a Miami lifer or just visiting the 305 for a beer-cation, Miami Party Bus Company has your transportation needs covered. Book one of our spacious charter buses or minibuses to design the ultimate South Florida brewery tour. Your professional driver will safely shuttle your crew between all the hoppy hotspots while you soak up that Florida sun and local culture—no parking stress or drunk driving required! Give us a call today at 305-428-2592 to reserve your favorite ride.