The fourth annual New Times Brew at the Zoo is creeping up on us as stealthily as a tiger.
This 21-and over event, which allows you to sample over 100 beers on Saturday, May 4, from 7 to 11 p.m. at Zoo Miami, promises to be more fun than a barrel of monkeys.
Now, more than ever, the craft beer scene is exploding in Miami, which means you'll be able to try out local brews from home and small breweries like Misfit Home Brewers, B.R.E.W. FIU, Most Wanted, Schnebly/Miami Brewing Company, and more. These beers are inspired by the local scene and are filled with tropical fruit and rich coffee notes. In fact, you might say that they're as colorful as a peacock.
More beers are being announced daily. In fact, Miami New Times staff are as busy as bees, working day and night to curate the best selection of brews for your drinking enjoyment.
Tickets for Brew at the Zoo are $35 for General Admission, $75 for VIP (which get you an extra hour of tasting at 6 p.m., access to the VIP tented area, unlimited premium beer & spirit samples, and catered food).
But, we've got a weekend FLASH sale going on!
From now until Sunday, April 14, at 11:59 p.m., take $10 off your choice of general admission or VIP tickets.
To purchase tickets, visit newtimesbrewatthezoo.com and enter promo code SOCIAL2013. You don't need the memory of an elephant to remember that, now do ya?
Tickets are going fast and there won't be another daily deal, so this might just be your last chance to get Brew at the Zoo tickets at a discount. And not taking advantage of this offer would be a dog-gone shame.
By the way, if you're a home brewer who wants to participate in our all-new Homebrew Alley, contact Anthony
Gordon at email@example.com or at 305-571-7579 for more information.
Look at how much fun last year's Brew at the Zoo was:
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