MIAMI’S NEXT UPCOMING BREWERY
From John Falco’s Lincolns Beard Brew to oven fired pizza, Strange beast Brewpub in West Kendall is an interesting mix for foodies and beer lovers alike.
John Falco’s Strange Beast is a hybridized version of your classic Miami pizza place being that it functions first as a brewpub and it’s secondary notion is pizzeria. Lincoln’s Beard Brewing Company, will open Strange Beast, a brewpub and pizzeria concept, at the begnning of 2019.
The interior layout for the Miami brewpub starts at the cooler where the brew is stored. Fanning out from that, the bar and the seating wraps around leading you to the gas fired pizza oven that faces the exposed brewing area.
John Falco’s Strange Beast employs a number of interesting architectural movements through out that tie all of the previous projects together including the exposed brewing equipment next to the interior mezzanine with the rustic decor exposing the brew process.
“I want to celebrate the uniqueness of each individual neighborhood while staying fresh with our designs,” Falco says. “Stale, cookie-cutter concepts are dropping like flies, as they should. We have an amazing and growing culture in Miami and it should be celebrated with an aesthetic that is thought out and representative of each, individual area. Our customers deserve it.”
Strange Beast Bewpub
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