The third annual “Brew at the Zoo,” presented by Dixie Grill & Bar, returns to the Palm Beach Zoo& Conservation Society on Saturday, April 11, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. With more than 25 craft breweries, including the local favorites, live music and delicious food, the event is Palm Beach County’s most unique craft beer festival! Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets early, since tickets must be purchased in advance and the event is predicted to sell out. “Brew at the Zoo” guests must be 21 years old to enter, with a government-issued photo ID. Email email@example.com for additional information.
VIP Admission costs $65, and includes the following:
• Early admission at 5:30 p.m.
• Limited edition t-shirt
• Exclusive premium beer samples
• Buffet meal in the air-conditioned Tropics Café with live music by Andre Michaud
• All elements of a General Admission ticket
General Admission is $35, and includes the following:
• Admission beginning at 6 p.m. until the festival closes at 9:30 p.m.
• Collectible sampling mug
• Unlimited samples from 25 brewers, estimated 60+ different brews (Please drink responsibly)
• Much of the Zoo will be open (note; some animals may be sleeping or choose to stay in the shadows)
• Up-close animal encounters throughout the evening
• A variety of food to purchase from local restaurants and/or food trucks (cash or credit)
• Live music by The Goodnicks in the Interactive Fountain Plaza and Bobby G in the Mayan Plaza
Designated Driver Admission is $15, and includes the following:
• Admission to the Zoo beginning at 6 p.m. (5:30 p.m. when accompanying a VIP ticket holder)
• Free water and soft drinks at the Tropics Café Snack Bar
• A pledge to arrive sober and not consume any beer during the event.
All attendees will be required to wear a wristband specific to their admission level. All ticket purchases are final, with no refunds.
“The popularity of ’Brew At The Zoo’ allows us to put a special focus on South Florida brews,” said Ron Brooks, events manager for the Zoo. “We’re proud to promote sustainability, and the reduced impact on the environment that comes from consuming local products.”
“Local breweries don’t drive trucks cross-country to deliver their product,” Brooks continued. “They come from nearby, which leads to a lower carbon footprint.”