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Brew is back with a new style for 2021

Thursday July 15, 2021 (Louisville, Ky) – Join the Friends of the Louisville Zoo for Back to Brew 2021, a modified version of Brew at the Zoo and Wine Too!, an annual fundraiser benefiting the Louisville Zoo.  The event format may look and feel different this year to accommodate continually evolving COVID-19 guidelines; however, the adventure and opportunities for everyone to have fun with friends and other Zoo-loving adults while supporting wildlife conservation will be as memorable as ever!

Zoo fans, beer and wine lovers can attend this exclusive event on Saturday, August 28 from 5 – 9:30 p.m.  Attendees will enjoy tastings from craft breweries and wineries, accompanied by local restaurant samples and live music.  New for 2021 are catered heavy appetizers and specialty pours throughout the night, which will provide the traditional VIP event perks and more to ALL ticket purchasers.

Each ticket includes access to all event areas throughout the Zoo, food samples and catered appetizers, a Back to Brew swag bag, non-alcoholic beverages and up to 40 oz of beer and wine tastings with the option to purchase beverage tickets on-site for additional pours.  Back to Brew tickets are $125 (plus processing fees) and includes a raffle ticket valid for the chance to win one of three amazing prizes: an animal encounter or one of two family 4-packs that include parking and carousel passes.* All guests must be age 21 or older.

Funds raised from Back to Brew will benefit Friends of the Louisville Zoo and their mission to support animal care and special projects for the Zoo.

To purchase tickets or inquire about sponsorship opportunities, please visit LouisvilleZoo.org/brew.

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