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'Brew At The Zoo' Beer Festivals for May Take on Miami, California and Memphis

May 1, 2013 at 10:53 AM | by | ()

The weather is getting warmer, and May has officially arrived on the calendar. That means it’s time to head outdoors and reconnect with nature—or at least just visit the critters over at the neighborhood zoo. Sure we love to see the animals do their thing, but it’s even better with a beverage in one hand. Here’s three brew at the zoo events taking place this May.

Brew at the Zoo – Zoo Miami

It’s already time for Zoo Miami to do their brew at the zoo thing, as the animals and exhibits are waiting for you to swing by on Saturday, May 4 between 7 and 11pm. Despite its location at the zoo, it sounds like this event is one of the biggest beer festivals in the city. Plenty of brewers and breweries will be in attendance, and they’re promising more than 100 different lagers and ales to sip and sample. Unlimited samples are yours to enjoy for just $35—in advance—or $40 at the door. The fun rounds itself out with plenty of live music including an appearance by Naughty by Nature—remember them?

Brew at the Zoo - Sequoia Park Zoo

Towards the middle of the month is when the fun is set to hit the zoo in Eureka, California, as the seventh annual event gets ready to do its thing. Music, dancing, food, and of course plenty of beer is on tap, as the event is set for Saturday, May 11 between 6 and 10pm. Tickets will cost you $30 per person, and you’re welcome—and encouraged—to bring along a designated driver for just $15 per person. Alaskan Brewing Company, Six Rivers Brewery, and Eel River Brewing are just a few of the breweries scheduled to be in attendance, so we think you’ll be in good hands.

Zoo Brew – Memphis Zoo

Visit the hippos, the aquarium, penguins, and the pelicans over at the Memphis Zoo this month for their Zoo Brew event. Organizers are promising plenty of beers from here and there—as well as around the world—and they’ll also be brining in plenty of live music and tasty food. The fun is set to kick off on Friday, May 24, as things run between 7pm and 10pm. Tickets will run you $40, but you might be able to save like $5 if you decide to sign up for a zoo membership. Don’t worry if you miss this month’s events, as they’re planning to roll out the kegs at the end of the summer as well—on August 30.

[Photo: ilovememphis]

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