Biscayne Bay Brewing Company is excited to welcome guests in to experience brunch at the brewery with a curated list of craft beer pairings for each dish. Brunch is prepared by Chef and Taproom Manager, Alex Parra, each week from 12pm to 3pm on Sunday and Saturday.
They suggest the following pairings:
Berry’d Treasure French Toast ($12) with Saison
Challah Bread Custard topped with macerated berries, Nutella-infused leche condensada sauce, cinnamon sugar & bourbon bacon infused maple syrup is complemented by this pale and wheat pilsner with a nice balance between body and bite.
Biscayne Bay Eggs Benedict ($10) with Double Nine IPA
With an intense malty foundation and three different hops, the Douple Nine IPA pairs perfectly with a Butter Toasted English muffin topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, herbed hollandaise, and micro greens.
Swine Waffles ($12) with La Colada
Highlight the bacony goodness of these bacon infused waffles topped with candied bacon and a bourbon bacon maple syrup with a pint of our English style porter anchored by notes of cold brewed Cuban coffee.
Kraken Brunch Sandwich ($12) with Pale Ale Shandy
Cure your hangover with scrambled eggs, coffee rubbed bacon, roasted ham, Havarti & American cheese inside butter toasted Artisan sourdough bread washed down with a Pale Ale Shandy.
One of our favorite Miami spots when we’re in the mood for tacos is Taquiza. Featuring house-nixtamalized cornand hand pressed tortillas, Taquiza has been credited by places like the Miami New Times for leading a nationwide taco revolution.
Taquiza was opened by EatingHouse and Broken Shaker alumni, Steve Santana in 2014 and is tucked snugly underneath the HI Miami Beach Hostel at 1506 Collins Avenue. Their menu is anchored by adeep appreciation for blue masa, sourced responsibly from Masienda, thatcomprises their freshly made corn tortillas.
According to TastingTable.com, Santanaleft his web-developer career behind when he met Jeremiah Bullfrog at a dinner at Cobaya. He began helping Bullfrog out in gastroPod, which got him a foot in the door of the Broken Shaker’s kitchen. From there, he went straight to thekitchen of local rebel Giorgio Rapicavoli’s Eating House, where he helmed the lunch shift solo.”
Biscayne Bay Brewing Company isproud to be part of their rotating selection of locally crafted beers that accompany items like the chilaquiles, totopos and guac, lengua (beef tonguetacos), huitlacoche, and barbacoa.
We’re recommending a a taco trio of carnitas, chapulines (that’s grasshoppers for our English speakers), and camaron washed down with a cold Biscayne Bay Brew. Just ask what they’ve got on tap and you can’t go wrong.
Taquiza is open daily forbreakfast, lunch, and dinner from 8am to 12am and extra late on Friday and Saturday until 2am. For more information, visit taquizamiami.com.