POSTPONED

In light of the developing state of the Coronavirus, the Pueblo Zoo has decided it is in the best interest of the public safety to postpone our Brew at the Zoo event. We are currently working on setting a new date in late summer or early fall. All tickets purchased will be honored at the new date and time.

 
General Admission Tickets: $35
Designated Driver Tickets: $20 (limited quantity)

A beer tasting event: we showcase regional craft breweries and a diverse range of exotic ferments including spirits, meads, cider, & wine.

An educational experience: each participant gets to visit the zoo and animals while learning & tasting local brews.

A community shindig: Brew at the Zoo brings together the community for a day of beasts, bands & beer.   

A non-profit alliance: all proceeds from this event will benefit the Pueblo Zoo’s animals and education programs.

Member Tickets: Members receive $5 off each ticket! (must purchase at zoo ticket booth, limit four at discounted rate)

Ticket price includes: admission to the zoo, commemorative glass, unlimited beer tasting, outdoor games, and live music.

Limited VIP tickets: $60

VIP tickets include: 30 minute early entry (1:30pm) with VIP-only animal experiences including keeper talks and training demos, unlimited popcorn at cafe, swag bag valued at $40, plus all general admission ticket benefits. 

Limited Designated Driver (DD) VIP Tickets: $45

VIP DD tickets include: all of the VIP benefits and DD benefits, but no alcohol tasting. 

The Event

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VOLUNTEER!

Are you interested in volunteering for Brew at the Zoo?

Email Ashley at aswald@pueblozoo.org 

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Pueblo Zoo  • 3455 Nuckolls Ave.  •  Pueblo, CO 81005  

Phone: 719-561-1452  Fax: 719-561-8986

 

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