Beer & Wine

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Stop by Bfor the tastiest international and domestic craft beers along with a premium selection of the best and brightest brews gaining fame in the local Florida beer scene.

Need a drinking buddy? Our FREE monthly beer tasting event is a great way to chill out and connect. Note: we proudly offer gluten free beer on our menu as well.

B3’s wine list changes monthly, following the international cycling season, so sit back and savor pours from around the world, as your palate pedals its way from earthy California to elegant Italy and Paris.

Monthly Features

Wines: French Wines: One of our favorite months of the year is July. For several reasons including the 4th of July and our favorite race the Tour de France! We’ll have live coverage all month long on our big screen TV as well as replays throughout the day. Come by enjoy the racing, enjoy the scenery and enjoy some fantastic French wines.

Bonpas Luberon Blanc, France – 50% Grenache Blanc, 30% Vermentino, Bourboulenc 10%, and 10%Clairette. Expressive of fresh summer fruits (apricot, peach) with exotic mango notes. It then opens up to flavours of citrus fruit and white flowers (acacia, hawthorn).

Domaine des Avaux Cotes du Rhone Villages, France – 70% Grenache, 20% Syrah, 5% Mourvèdre, and 5% Carignan. This wine is fragrant and inviting on the nose displaying dark plum and blueberry characters with subtle spice and roasted almond notes. It is ripe, rounded and supple on the palate showing lovely fruit richness.

Château Lassègue St. Émilion Grand Cru 2013, France – 65% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon. Bold beautiful and bright in color. Robust, complex and well balanced. Aromas of strawberries and raspberries and subtle woody notes.


B3 Cafe Orlando Beer Tasting Beers: Sixpoint Brewery!

About Sixpoint Brewery (from their website) – Sixpoint was founded in 2004 (we like to say it was born at the dawn of civilization, though that’s a story for another time…) in the rough and tumble neighborhood of Red Hook, BKLYN. It was essentially a cult brewery — draft-only, mysterious, cryptic… In 2010 we released our canned creations, and have been tweaking, improving, and releasing new formulations ever since. Then in May of 2017, we took our biggest step forward to date, releasing all of our ales raw and unfiltered, and simultaneously incorporating new and incredible raw materials obtained over years of sourcing.

Sweet Action (Blond Wheat) – If you traced from 2004, you’d see that SWEET ACTION is a representation of Sixpoint’s palates at any given point in time… it’s a vibe more so than it was ever one distinct formulation. This version, a juicy, blonde wheat ale, is the latest iteration in that story.

5.0 ABV% 40 IBUs

Crisp (Pilsner) – At Sixpoint they go straight to the source for the prime German Hops — the Tettnanger and Hallertau hops in THE CRISP are sourced 100% directly from farmers in Tettnang, Germany. This way they personally select what goes into their beers. Look, legit pilz should have an aroma that leaps from the glass, and the bright, floral aroma of THE CRISP absolutely blasts your nostrils. Follow that up with a crisp, clean finish, and you’ll be sinking this thing by the liter. 5.4% ABV 44 IBUs

Lo-RES (Session IPA) – Mandarina Bavaria hops provide a huge citrusy blast, while a pale, dry body finishes super clean and easy. LO-RES is juice forward and clean, for when you want that dose of Resin, but don’t want the same… pixelation.  4.3% ABV 43 IBUs

Bengali (IPA) Bengali is that go-to IPA you want by the pint. Big tropical hop character up front, super clean, with a dryness on the back end that leaves you wanting more. Key Ingredients Flaked oats provide a silky texture, while Mandarina Bavaria and Amarillo hops give the beer a huge slash of citrus aroma, without lingering bitterness. 6.6% ABV 66 IBUs Strong Ale,” this beer is rich and robust with an ABV of 9.4%. The package features a label picturing the Jazz master himself, and comes in a 750 ml bottle with a traditional cork and wire finish, or 12 oz. 4-packs.

Look for rotating cans and drafts from Sixpoint Brewery all month long.