For the third year in a row, SeaWorld Orlando is hosting their Craft Beer Festival. The event is sure to have lovers of craft beer from all over flocking to celebrate their favorite brews. Don’t miss out on this high-spirited event scheduled to take place on select weekends from August 14 – September 20, 2020.
An Appetizing Experience
SeaWorld’s Craft Beer Festival will serve up more than 100 craft brews that offer a wide range of domestic, international, and local favorites. To participate, guests can purchase a Craft Beer Festival lanyard in the park or online for an additional fee. Each lanyard contains a certain number of “punches”. Each punch is good for a sample of beer or one of more than 20 expertly paired food items available at kiosks throughout the park, such as brisket loaded potato skins, gyro sliders, and colossal onion rings.
Bubbling With Excitement
Since this is the third year SeaWorld is hosting Craft Beer Festival, it’s likely that it will be bigger and better than ever. Last year’s event saw a huge increase in terms of beer samples, food items, and the overall scale of the event. A few of the beers on last year’s menu included Blue Moon Mango Wheat, Funky Buddha Floridian, and Pumpkin Head Ale.
Have a Blast Beyond the Brew
Also included with park admission is all of SeaWorld’s signature rides and attractions including a variety of roller coasters, shows, and sea animal experiences. Guest favorites include the sprawling Kraken, Manta, and Mako coasters, the Dolphin Days show, Orca Encounter at Shamu Stadium, and Stingray Lagoon, where guests are able to touch stingrays.
Bring Your Party to Rosen
After a long day at SeaWorld’s Craft Beer Festival, retreat to the luxurious, clean, and affordable rooms at the Rosen Inn at Pointe Orlando. Conveniently located less than three miles away from SeaWorld, our hotel offers the perfect place to wind down after a long day of festivities.
We’ve also implemented a series of new standards to ensure a safer environment during your stay. New safety features include clear protective borders between you and our front desk staff, cleaning common areas and touch points more frequently, floor markers to help everyone maintain proper social distancing in common areas, use of hospital-grade disinfectants in rooms, as well as more hand sanitizer