Riverside Market’s Julian Siegel teamed with his wife Lisa, Adam Fine from Native Brewing, and restaurant mogul Tim Petrillo to open this space in Downtown Ft. Lauderdale. Here you’ll find an old stable converted into a brewery, with a 1,000-square-foot house inside that doubles as the taproom. Cop a squat in the living room and enjoy some game-changing Buffalo cauliflower with your housemade brews.
Beers to try: Be careful ordering the Honey Love Cream Ale, which tastes just a smidge more alcoholic than a cream soda and cleverly hides its 9.5% ABV. The Barry Marshallow wins our award for best sour name of the summer, a marshmallow blackberry fruited Belinner Weiss that can make the whole world—or at least all of Ft. Lauderdale—sing.