Brew at the Zoo in Photos: Fast Pours, Long Lines, Mexican Sombreros

All photos by Zachary Fagenson
Beer snobs, you are not alone.
If you are what you drink, then most of South Florida's beer snobs are fruits or just plain bitter.

Hoppy, pungent IPAs and light, easy-drinking pilsners infused with berries or citrus garnered the longest lines at the Miami New Times' Brew at the Zoo on Saturday night at ZooMiami.

Shock Top's citrus and raspberry ales got a lot of love.
As cocktail hour gave way to night, the field of beer went shoulder-to-shoulder, and only the most aggressive line hoppers managed to keep their buzzes going. However fast pouring kept lines moving. Shot-size tasting cups gave event staff an extra hour before anyone started stumbling.

AJ Guerra, of 2 Live Brews, knew how to hire booze models just like the big boys.
From early on it was South Florida's home brewers that got the most attention.

Location Info


Zoo Miami

12400 SW 152nd St., Miami, FL

Category: General

Sponsor Content

My Voice Nation Help

This is obviously a april fool's joke, why would you give this attention seeker any more?

Now Trending

From the Vault