General or VIP Admission to Brickell Rum Festival at Brickell Irish Pub Miami on September 21 (Half Off)

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Puerto Rican rums and on-tap brews wash down snacks at festival with live music and cigar-rolling

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Expires Sep 21st, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Doors open at 5:00pm. VIP area open from 5pm-9pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for one unlimited tasting pass with complimentary rum tasting from 6-9pm (a $40 value)
  • $25 for one Ultra VIP unlimited tasting pass with complimentary rum tasting and an entree from 5-9pm(a $50 value)

On Saturday, September 21, Brickell Irish Pub hosts the Brickell Rum Festival, where partygoers enter to enjoy music, cigar-rolling, and unlimited tasting of more than 15 rum brands. VIP attendees also receive an entree (up to $14) to pair with their rum. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to avoid lines.

Brickell Irish Pub

Since its debut as the _Miami New Times_’s Best New Bar of 2010, Brickell Irish Pub has been dishing up hearty Black Angus burgers with porter-beer mustard and aged white cheese washed down with beer, whiskey, and cocktails, frequently to the tunes of live bands. Sports such as football, basketball, and thumb wrestling light up 20 HDTVs and a vast projection screen, and poker nights, sports nights with pool and darts, and other events keep crowds lively. The kitchen, meanwhile, infuses the air with the heady scent of glazed korean barbecue ribs, irish crab cakes, and chicken marinated in dijon mustard and topped with pecan-wood-smoked bacon and whole-grain avocado mustard.

The decor follows suit, traipsing along in the Irish trail that the beer and bites carve. Barrels of Guinness and Jameson lean against green walls in the mood-lit bar, and intricately carved dark woods and overstuffed booths lend the space a spirit soaked in heritage. Every year, Brickell lends its party-ready attitude to a rollicking St. Patrick's Day street festival, whose crowd toasts inside and in the streets.

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