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Monday, March 6, 2017

Funky Buddha Brewery co-hosts brunch at WOB Downtown this Saturday

Posted By on Mon, Mar 6, 2017 at 3:37 PM

  • Photo via World of Beer/Facebook
Beer-pairing dinners have been around a while, but World of Beer Downtown is pioneering the beer-paired brunch this weekend for just $25 per person.

For the price of admission, you'll get five courses paired with five brews from Funky Buddha Brewery in Fort Lauderdale.

Funky Buddha is famous for their food-forward beers, like Sweet Potato Casserole brown ale, Strawberry Shortcake lager and Maple Bacon Coffee Porter, which is released every January to a sell-out crowd at the brewery down south.

The brunch this weekend will feature five specialty brunch dishes not normally on the menu for WOB's mid-morning meal, paired with these beers.
  • Floridian Hefeweisen paired with cheesy Florentine quiche
  • Butta Cup Imperial Brown Ale with peanut butter-stuffed pancakes
  • Hop Stimulator Double IPA with DIP-infused sausage
  • Pineapple Beach Blonde Ale with fruit parfait
  • I'm So Excited. I'm So Scared. Imperial Coffee Porter with bacon-infused, espresso-dusted cinnamon rolls.
Cacao-infused Nib Smuggler and the famous Sweet Potato Casserole brown will also be on tap for the event.

World Of Beer – Downtown
431 E. Central Blvd.

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