Precinct Brewing Co.
Precinct Brewing Co. is Miami’s secret brewery and restaurant, hidden in plain sight behind its graffiti-covered façade, a block from the highway on Christine Ave.
Brought to Miami by the team behind Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, Bine Bar & Dining, Mr Hizolas, Nightjar, Nightcap and Nobby’s Backyard Café, Precinct is a repurposed industrial workshop that is now a modern breezy accessible brewery, striving to create great beer to bring people together “in celebration of provenance and community”.
Brew-loving visitors are welcomed through the cartooned mural into a contemporary space, complete with grand open-air ceilings, blended with polished concrete and a full working brewery onsite. Long repurposed church pews and rustic timber tables offer ample communal seating and the festoon lighting and regular live acoustic music provide an atmosphere that encourages folks to “beer” together.
Precinct’s master brewers are just as passionate about creating first-class craft beer, as the team were about building a cool place to enjoy it. As they say, “the digs are nice but it’s the beer that we’re here for”! The team strive to connect their ingredients with the land they were grown on and the people that plant, pick and pour the brew. With more than a dozen beers on tap, a bunch of beers on the brew, and a seltzer, a cider and ginger beer on offer, you’re bound to find your beverage of choice here. Choose any four broths for a tasting paddle! Precinct Lager and Hazy Pale Ale are just two trusty favourites in for the long haul, that keep the locals coming back.
Of course, frothy friends need to eat, so Precinct offers a seasonal menu of simple, delicious food to be paired with the perfect pint. Complementing the philosophy behind the beer, the menu is all about locally sourced ingredients that are skilfully prepared and served with warm hospitality. Choose from share plates or appetizers, gourmet pizzas or heartier meals, with dietary requirements, kids and wine lovers also catered for.
The brewery hosts tours, acoustic Fridays and Sundays, comedy nights and tipsy trivia. Precinct encourages you to book a table, park your bike, pick up a growler and watch out for their limited releases.
By Michaela Lyons
17 Christine Ave