On Saturday, April 28 from 7 to 10 p.m., hundreds of brews, ales, and other liquid delights will be available for your sampling enjoyment, along with live entertainment, delicious eats, and (of course) promotional beer girls.
Beer partners are still being added, but expect to find your favorite domestic and imported beers, while discovering new brews at the event.
We are also pleased to confirm that Misfit Home Brewers will be at Brew at the Zoo, fresh from their best overall brew win at the New Times Beerfest, held last week in Fort Lauderdale.
This year's live entertainment features headliners 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, front row stage access all night, and food and drink at the VIP lounge, are $70 in advance. Visit newtimesbrewatthezoo.com to purchase tickets and use our special promo code BATZ until midnight tonight for a $5 discount off either GA or VIP tickets.
But hurry! Tickets are selling at an alarming rate. Yesterday's Voice Deals ticket offer sold out before noon and there are only a few VIP tickets left. Brew at the Zoo generally sells out well before the party starts and this year is no exception.
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.
Here's Brew at the Zoo headliner, Alien Ant Farm performing Glow:
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