Brew at the Zoo: Map to Tomorrow's Sudsy Event

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Put your best drinkin' suit on, because tomorrow is the third annual Brew at the Zoo at Zoo Miami. The event features an array of hop-laden beverages ranging from mass-produced brands like Dos Equis and Budweiser to craft offerings from CerveTech and Florida Beer Company.

In addition to all the beer you can drink, alt-metal outfit Alien Ant Farm is performing, along with the Spazmatics and King Louie and the Bushmen.

If you scored a now-sold out VIP pass, you'll be able to enjoy all of it starting at 6 p.m. General admission tickets are going fast but are still available for $30 at newtimesbrewatthezoo.com or $40 at the door.

The serious beer connoisseur is probably going to want to have a game plan before he or she arrives at Zoo Miami tomorrow. That's why we're kind enough to post the official map of Brew at the Zoo so you know how far away the Samuel Adam's tent is from the Misfit Home Brewers.

Download the full-size PDF of the Brew at the Zoo 2012 map here.

Remember to drink and party responsibly. We want to hear all about it Monday morning.

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