SeaWorld is once again hosting its annual Craft Beer Festival with access to more than 100 crafts brews! The festival is modified to allow guests to safely visit the park with limited capacity, “they can roam SeaWorld’s expansive grounds, sample an unbeatable mix of domestic and local Florida favorites, and savor more than 20 food items expertly paired to preferred brews.” The parks capacity will be kept low to help guest maintain social distancing. This will be combined with SeaWorld’s other safety measures that have been put in place since reopening. Craft Beer Festival will take place Saturdays and Sundays through September 20.
SeaWorld has said this popular festival will feature food and beverage locations that are appropriately spaced throughout the park to encourage physical distancing, modified food and beverage serving procedures, expanded areas of seating, and the ability to offer touchless transactions at all festival locations. Guests can experience all that the Craft Beer Festival has to offer, and save money, by purchasing a Craft Beer Festival Tasting Lanyard valid at 18 stations located throughout the park. For more details including a full list of participating breweries visit Seaworld.com/orlando/events/craft-beer-festival/.
“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 SeaWorld Orlando Park President Kyle Miller. “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 with existing tickets, Fun Cards, or Annual Passes must make a reservation online for the day they want to visit. Guests are encouraged to make reservations early as reservations are required and limited to manage capacity. Reservations can be made atSeaWorld.com/orlando/tickets/
SeaWorld is also gearing up for their holiday season with the return of SeaWorld Spooktacular and SeaWorld Orlando’s Christmas Celebration. Both events are set to continue later this year with added safety measures.