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Brew at the Zoo

When: Sat., May 11, 6-10 p.m. 2013
Phone: 707) 441-4263
Price: $30, $25 zoo members, $15 designated drivers
Brew at the Zoo is back for its seventh year with another great evening of music, dancing, food, and the opportunity to sample more than a dozen classic brews from the North Coast and beyond. Funds raised at this 21 & over only event go towards the new Watershed Heroes project, scheduled to break ground this summer, which will bring otter, salmon, and bald eagles to the zoo in 2014. $25 Zoo Members (Limit 2; additional tickets at non-member price) $30 Non-members $15 Designated Driver (DD tickets are available at the Zoo Ticket Booth in advance or at the door) Become a Zoo member today and receive discounts to other Zoo events! Ticket Includes: Live music by Asha Nan and Mojo Brown Souvenir tasting glass Beer tasting from: Alaskan Brewing Co. Mad River Brewing Co. Anchor Brewing Co. Redwood Curtain Brewing Co. Anderson Valley Brewing Co. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. Deschutes Brewery Six Rivers Brewery Eel River Brewing Co. The Local Beer Bar Lagunitas Brewing Co. and more... Lost Coast Brewery Pub grub, snacks, Brew at the Zoo T-shirts, sweatshirts and more will be available for purchase. The Redwood Coast Chapter of the American Association of Zookeepers will also be on hand selling raffle tickets for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hand-feed the Red pandas. This is a 21 & over only event. (valid I.D. required for entry) Tickets are non-refundable. For information on taxis, bus service and designated driver tickets, click here. All proceeds from this event benefit the Sequoia Park Zoo Foundation.



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