Cocktail Recipe: Fizzy Plum
The CA spin on a frothy cocktail classic. Heads up: this drink requires a lot of shaking. FIZZY PLUM 1.5 oz Plum & Blackt...View Details
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We’re coming to the sunshine state! Beginning November 10, 2018, we’re partnering with Cavalier Distributing for distribution in Florida. Ten members of the team will be traveling throughout the state, kicking off our Florida expansion with a week’s worth of events featuring art installations, live music, and tap takeovers. We’re bringing a range of core beers including Life in the Clouds IPA, Stranger than Fiction Porter, Jam Up the Mash Dry Hopped Sour and a selection of rotating small batch brews.
We have partnered with four Miami-based artists to produce limited-edition beer cans as a way to celebrate our official launch. Collective Arts’ beer will be available year-round in retail stores including Whole Foods and Total Wine, and bars and restaurants throughout Miami, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, and Jacksonville.
“Craft beer drinkers love to experiment with new and innovative beers. We’re committed to providing them with a one-of-a-kind beer experience through the creative collision of our beers, art and music,” says Matt Johnston, co-founder and CEO of Collective Arts Brewing. “With our event at Art Basel 2018 and the progressive art community in Miami, along with the thriving craft beer scene in Florida, we think it’s an exciting spot for us to dive in and integrate our beers.”
Brewmaster Ryan Morrow will be collaborating with Florida-based breweries Tampa Bay Brewing Company, Green Bench, and Civil Society while in town for the launch. After our launch week, keep your eyes peeled for us as we will be collaborating with CAKE Creative Agency to be the craft beer supplier at Art Basel in Miami Beach running December 6 – 9, 2018.
Have a pint with us at one of our events!
November 12th, 5PM: Boxelder Craft Beer Market
November 12th, 7PM: Fat Tap, Fort Lauderdale
November 13th, 5PM: Lokal
November 15th, 5PM: Kush Wynwood
November 15th, 5PM: Ricky’s South Beach
November 16th, 5PM: Union Beer Store
November 16th, 10PM: Gramps
November 12th, 6PM: Hawthorne Bottle Shop
November 12th, 6PM: Willards Taphouse
November 13th, 4PM: Buttermilk Provisions
November 13th, 6PM: The Independent Tampa Bay
November 15th, 6PM: Mermaid Tavern
November 16th, 6:30PM: Urban Brew and BBQ
November 16th, 9:30PM: The Independent, St. Petes
November 12th, 7PM: Player 1
November 13th, 6PM: Traditionals
November 15th, 8PM: Lil Indie’s
November 16th, 5PM: The Imperial
November 16th, 9PM: Redlight, Redlight
SURGE, born in Los Angeles and raised in Miami, is a Postgraffisim artist, and has taken his bold, unmistakable style straight from his sketchbooks to the sun-stained streets of South Florida and beyond.Surge has worked with Brands like NIKE, Jameson Whiskey, the NBA, the Miami Dolphins, Microsoft, and Bloomingdales to name a few. It is the ability to be daring and free with his art that is ultimately closest to Surge’s heart.
Born and raised in South Florida, Nathan Delinois (Nate Dee) has numerous influences including his Haitian background and the use of color Haitian art, as well as in street art. The design quality of the Art Nouveau movement and the drama of Greek art from the Hellenistic.These elements can be seen in his work. Additionally, he takes some influences from the pop surrealists.
Diana Contreras (b. Peru, 1981) has established herself as an influential Miami artist. From painting murals in the Urban Art scene to exhibiting canvas pieces in galleries, her work has been seen in exhibitions and private collections in several parts of the world including Street Art Dubai Gallery in Dubai.
Jay Bellicchi (REMOTE) a Boston transplant, has taken his place in the Miami art scene as
a dynamic artist influenced by his history in graffiti and graphic design. His father was a successful artist and graphic designer who inspired him at a young age. In the 1980’s Jay was further influenced by hip-hop music and the elements surrounding it. It was within the hip-hop culture that he discovered the element of graffiti art and was given the name by which he is still known today, REMOTE.