Brew at the Zoo returns June 3 with family-friendly atmosphere and all-inclusive ticket
Wilmington, Del.: The Brandywine Zoo’s unique brew-fest style, Brew at the Zoo, returns Friday eve, June 3, 5:30-8:30p.m. after a hiatus of two years. This year the zoo will play host to a gaggle of local breweries and restaurants. This is a fundraiser for the Delaware Zoological Society, the non-profit that supports the Brandywine Zoo. The Zoo will benefit from ticket purchases, a 50/50 raffle, as well as supporters’ participation in an online auction.
New this year, and by popular request, supervised children are welcome to attend and enjoy animal encounters and activities. All ages will enjoy visiting the animals and listening to live music by popular reggae band, Spokey Speaky.
Ticket holders are invited to enjoy the beer and wine bars located throughout the zoo, as well as stations for soft drinks, hard seltzers, water, coffee, and ice-cream. Restaurants will offer culinary creations at pop-ups throughout the zoo. See a full list of participating vendors on the website.
Tickets are all-inclusive of food and beverages. An alcohol-free ticket option is available too. Note, one must be 21 years old to be served alcohol in Delaware.
Brew at the Zoo Admission:
Zoo Member – $45
Non-Member – $50
Zoo Member Alcohol-free Adult ticket – $25
Non-Member Alcohol-free Adult ticket – $30
Zoo Member Youth (5-17) – $15
Non-Member Youth (5-17) – $20
Under 5-years-old – Free admission
Purchase tickets on the website or in advance at Zootique in the Brandywine Zoo. This event will likely sell out. Questions or phone orders, call (302) 571-7788 extension 228.
Free parking will be available along the Brandywine River. Brandywine Zoo, 1001 North Park Drive, Wilmington, Del. 19802. Sorry no pets at this event.
Become a Delaware Zoological Member and save money on admission to events, like Brew, and get free general admission throughout the year, plus admission discount to many zoos in the U.S. Join as a household membership and get four free passes to the Delaware Children’s Museum as a bonus.
The Brandywine Zoo is managed by the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation with the support of the Delaware Zoological Society. The Brandywine Zoo is an Accredited member of the Association of Zoos & Aquariums and is one of 240 accredited zoos and aquariums worldwide that meet the highest standards in animal care and welfare and provide fun safe educational experiences.