One time I was in Miami and there is a beer bar there, in a residential part of town, it's Miami Beach but in a bit from the sea side.
This was one of the most interesting beer bars I've ever been in. There were different drafts but the local (Florida) craft ones were mostly if not all from a micro in or around Clearwater. Unexpectedly (to me anyway) they were of a high strength, about 8% ABV- 10% ABV or more. One was a barley wine and I think another was a Russian Stout but there were 4 or 5 in total of this group. They were very good. One pint of these and my head was spinning! There was one cask ale, medium gravity, I recall it was from Geary's in Maine. I thought it a bit odd to bring a cask beer from so far away. When I mentioned that local beers tend to suit the cask ale style someone in the bar said, I think a customer, "well with beer there's always another one to try that's sure".
In fact though despite the distance from brewing source and the heat outside the Geary's was in good shape so the bar owner knew what he was doing! I went there a couple of times two years ago on a vacation in Miami Beach and the second time I had two halves only of two beers that were 10% ABV approximately each, so unlike the first time when I had (kind of unknowingly but not really) two pints of 10% beer I could taste them better.
The owner was a nice person, he was from the North East originally I think. I've been in a number of beer bars in my time and this one was one of the most unusual. I can't remember its name but I am sure it is still there. It was a well-established little place that had a good local following.