On Saturday, April 28 from 7 to 10 p.m (gates open at 6 p.m. for VIP ticket holders), brew, munchies and tunes will be available for your sampling enjoyment, along with live entertainment, delicious eats, and (our personal favorite) hot girls in leiderhosen (well, maybe a few if we're lucky).
More than 50 brews have been announced, with plenty more to come. Drink and eat while enjoying tunes from Alien Ant Farm, In keeping with our "zoo" theme, please allow us to list all the living thing-related beers available at Brew at the Zoo:
- Famosa (logo is a rooster)
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- Zoo Brew
- Land Shark
- Chang (woo hoo! elephants on the label)
- Wild Blue Lager (blue bulldog)
- Kirin Ichiban (is a dragon a?)
- Florida Swamp Ape Beer
This year, Brew at the Zoo is pleased as
punch beer to welcome Alien Ant Farm, along with the Spazmatics and the Bushmen.
General admission tickets for Brew at the Zoo are only $30 in advance, $40 at the door. VIP tickets, which includes an extra hour of beer tasting (starting at 6 p.m.), front row stage access all night, and food and drink at the VIP lounge, are $70 in advance. Visit newtimesbrewatthezoo.com to purchase tickets.
Like the guy in the Sham Wow! commercial says, "act now", because VIP tickets are damn well nearly sold out and general admission tickets are going fast. Buy your tickets now or you'll be left home to watch the Joe Piscopo marathon while your friends are drinking and rockin' out to some seriously good music!
Want more zoo after your brew? Present your Brew at the Zoo ticket and get into Zoo Miami for FREE from April 30 thru May 4 or get 50 percent off admission to Zoo Miami through September 30th, 2012. You also have the option of redeeming your tickets for up to a $30 credit on the Annual Pass. None of these offers are valid with other discounts or coupons.
Watch the Spazmatics cover Devo's "Whip It":
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