Will I see any animals?
Yes! Keep in mind, though, that Zoo animals aren’t party animals, and will head to bed at a reasonable time! Be sure you make it to the event before 8 p.m., before animals head indoors for bed.
What does “beer sampling” mean?
We will be pouring 5-ounce samples of beer at bars around the Zoo, while supplies last. As always, you should always drink responsibly, and never drink and drive!
Will food be served?
A selection of café menu items and themed concessions locations will be open to purchase food during the event.
Will there be anything offered besides beer?
We get it! Not everyone likes beer. We’ll offer a limited selection of wine at the event.
Will the rides or attractions be open?
Our carousel and Zoo train will be open until 8 p.m.
When should I buy tickets? Will they sell out?
Tickets are on sale online as of April 26. Brew at the Zoo is a hot ticket! Secure your tickets today – this year’s smaller capacity means they’ll go faster than ever!
Will there be a designated driver ticket?
Brew at the Zoo will not offer a designated driver ticket, but we appreciate designated drivers for being responsible and remind everyone never to drink and drive.
Can I bring my baby/child, or anyone under the age of 21?
Brew at the Zoo may only be attended by ticketholders 21 or older. Fulton County Sheriff’s Deputies will be checking IDs at the gate. Visit our events webpages to see our full calendar of events appropriate for the entire family!
What should I wear?
Dress comfortably and wear your walking shoes!
Will the event be cancelled if there is unfavorable weather in the area?
Brew at the Zoo is a rain or shine event! Please note that event tickets are non-refundable.
Where should I park?
Paid parking is available in the Cherokee Ave parking lot and Grant Park Gateway on Boulevard. Event tickets do not include parking validation. Most guests prefer to carpool or use a rideshare option like LYFT. Remember, you should never drink and drive.