Barely six months ago, the Palm Beach Zoo held its annual Brew at the Zoo event, which featured beers from all across the nation. The response was so great that it's gone and set up another one, only this time with a focus on hyperlocal offerings.
September 26, from 6 to 9 p.m., zoogoers will be able to check out beers from a range of local talent, starting at $35 per person.
"There is now enough great beer brewed in Florida that we can have all 25 breweries be in-state," said Ron Brooks, Palm Beach Zoo's events manager. "Most of [the breweries] are within 50 miles of the zoo, and none
That means a plethora of brews from areas of South Florida, the Keys, and into Tampa and Orlando. Find beers from Barley Mow Brewing Co., Devour Brewing Co., Green Bench Brewing Co., Cigar City Brewing, Due South Brewing Co., Accomplice
For those who haven't
Now it's time to do it all over again.
In addition to the $35
It's a pretty kick-ass beer fest that's a far cry from being tents encircling a field. The ability to meander the luscious vegetation ripe with intriguing flora and fauna make it a must-attend for a cool night out.
For tickets as well as a full list of participating breweries, visit palmbeachzoo.org/brew2.
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