I'm heading to Miami in a few weeks for a brief family vacation and seek the collective wisdom of BA for beer recommendations. I'll have the wife and toddler in tow, so I have to minimize the amount of time I spend on beer, and prioritization is essential. We're staying in South Beach, so that's the relevant location for this call for assistance. Bars: If you were a fan of boozy, adjunct-heavy, and barrel-aged imperial stouts and could only hit one bar close to South Beach, what would be your pick? Don't get me wrong, I love DIPAs and sours/wilds too, and I won't mind some variety, but heavy stouts are, by far, my #1, and I know South Florida has a reputation for knocking these out of the park. Breweries: If you could only stop by one brewery for bottles/cans near(ish) South Beach, which would you choose? I won't have the luxury of time to line up for super limited releases, so if bottles/cans aren't likely to last until after the kiddo's bedtime, that's not going to be a priority for me. Definitely important to have a taproom for some pours while I'm there. Trading: I'm not much of a trader and tend to only do it on travel (like this trip). I'm planning to arrive with some Aslin stouts (e.g., Bale, Dreams) and (maybe) IPAs, and I can snag some Veil while passing through Richmond this weekend. I'm hoping to score some limited, South Florida stouty goodness to bring back with me. I have a general awareness of some of the bigger names (Angry Chair, J. Wakefield, Funky Buddha, Cycle) but I genuinely have no clue on the trade value, scarcity, availability, etc. of individual brews from any of them. What would you suggest are my best prospects? Bottle Shops: If I were to snag a few bottles to bring home, what's the best bottle shop near South Beach? And do the barrel-aged Funky Buddha brews (e.g., Last Buffalo) tend to sit on shelves, or are they pretty limited? Thanks and cheers!