Wynwood Brewing Co. has announced the second release in its Shipwreck series.
It’s a Belgian golden strong ale named San Francisco based on the Miami, Fla.-based brewery’s Father Francisco beer that was then aged in bourbon barrels for six months before being bottled. The artwork for the bottle was exclusively done for the brewery by renowned Miami street artist Claudio Picasso. only 400 bottles were produced for the release.
The debut release was El Infante, a wheat wine aged in French oak petite Sirah barrels that was released in August during the brewery’s first anniversary celebration.
“Wynwood Brewing Company’s exclusive Shipwreck Series are named after famous Spanish galleons shipwrecked off the Florida coast,” said a press release. “The ‘San Francisco’ is one of the most beautiful ship wrecks from the 1730’s because of its location in less than 6 feet of water off Long Key Florida.”
San Francisco will be released in 22-ounce bottles ($20) and on draft starting at 6 p.m. on Nov. 5 at the brewery. There are only 400 bottles with a limit of two bottles per person.
Founded in August of 2013, Wynwood Brewing Company was the city of Miami’s first production microbrewery and is located in the middle of the Wynwood Art District. In April, the brewery initiated an expansion which allowed it to triple production and can now be found at more than 200 locations throughout the state of Florida.