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A new ice age in Florida

Drinkhouse Fire & Ice Bar in South Beach offers a 40-minute "experience" starting at $15 to $20. (Kelly Conway)

Once, Florida depended on ice cut and shipped from frozen lakes thousands of miles to the north. Today, the stout brick buildings where Floridians first made ice in the 1920s are being rehabilitated as eateries and distilleries. Meanwhile, in the current restaurant scene, ice itself has become something more than just frozen water ...  

ALSO IN THIS ARTICLE: Andrew Amron – aka the “Ice Doctor” of Gainesville, the St. Augustine Distillery.

 

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