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Craft Beer Festival returns to SeaWorld Orlando with limited capacity

by Brittani Tuttle

SeaWorld Orlando’s annual Craft Beer Festival is back, offering guests access more than 100 craft brews in a modified, limited capacity setting.

On Fridays-Sundays now through Sept. 20, guests can sample a variety of domestic and local Florida brews, alongside more than 20 food items paired to their preferred beverages. Capacity to the festival will be significantly limited to create more open space and maintain social distancing.

Other safety measures in place include modified food and beverage serving procedures, expanded seating areas, touchless transactions at all festival locations, and spaced out food and beverage locations.

Guests will be able to sample and save by purchasing a Craft Beer Festival Tasting Lanyard valid at 18 stations located throughout the park. You can check out the full list of participating breweries as well as other details about the event here.

“We couldn’t be happier to host our annual Craft Beer Festival, modified to reflect enhanced health and safety protocols, including limited capacity, to give guests the chance to delight their senses,” said Kyle Miller, park president of SeaWorld Orlando. “By spreading the festival booths out across the entire park, guests can safely enjoy all of the amazing beer and beer-inspired food, along with our award-winning attractions, while maintaining proper physical distancing.”

All guests will have to make a reservation online for the day they wish to visit in order to enjoy the festival, and are encouraged to make reservations early as they are limited.

To learn more about SeaWorld Orlando’s Craft Beer Festival, click here.

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2 comments

Jobe David Gilbert August 13, 2020 - 7:58 am

“We couldn’t be happiest to host our annual Craft Beer Festival, modified to reflect enhanced health and safety protocols, including limited capacity, to give guests the chance to delight their senses,” said Kyle Miller, park president of SeaWorld Orlando.

Does he mean happier and not happiest?
Is this Kyle Miller mispeaking, or a typo?

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Matt Roseboom August 13, 2020 - 8:59 am

It’s the quote the way they sent it to us.

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