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One of Baltimore's biggest festivals, Brew at the Zoo, is back at the Maryland Zoo, tickets on sale

Kaleah Mcilwain

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The most important fundraiser of the year, Brew at The Zoo, to support the Maryland Zoo is back in full swing this year and tickets are on sale.

Standard sampling tickets are discounted for a limited time only for those 21 years old and over. Guests who purchase their tickets by noon on Feb. 1 will receive the $5-$15 discount. After the sale period ends guests will have until May 28 at 8 a.m. to purchase regular priced tickets at $55. Tickets will also be available for purchase on the day of the event for $65.

Other tickets available for purchase are the super sipper VIP tickets, $75, and non-sampling tickets, $30, for those under 21 and designated drivers.

Brew at the Zoo is one of Baltimore's biggest beer festivals and will be held on Memorial Day weekend, Saturday May 28 and Sunday May 29 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Guests can expect admission to the Zoo from open to close, unlimited beer sampling of over 80 brews, a souvenir tasting cup, live music each day, and access to food and artisan vendors. Those with VIP tickets will be able to enter the event space an hour earlier and will receive a 16-ounce souvenir cup instead of a five-ounce cup.

Last year, Brew at the Zoo was cancelled due to the pandemic and the Zoo in lieu of the festival held a fundraiser, Brew Thru at the Zoo. Guests were allowed to visit the Zoo and receive a Brew Thru package—a glass, t-shirt, tote bag, and six-pack of beer—but guests were not allowed to exit their vehicle at any time.

The Maryland Zoo recently announced more than 50 events that they have planned for this year for guests of all ages.

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