More Breweries Open Their Doors, Brew at the Zoo Tickets on Sale

Civil Society Brewing in West Palm Beach(Photo by Lynn Kalber)

Just when we think we’ve got a handle on all the breweries in town, another one opens its doors! Say hello to these new spots:


Civil Society Brewing Co.

With two locations, this family-owned company names its brewing tanks after family and loved ones. They insist, “Drink our beer at our brewery, at the beach or in your own backyard. We don’t care where you’re drinking, just what you’re drinking.”

425 Kanuga Drive in West Palm Beach; 561/444-3538; civilsocietybrewing.com

1200 Town Center Drive, Jupiter; 561/855-6680; civilsocietybrewing.com

American Icon Brewery

Offering brunch, lunch and dinner menus, this brewery stands out with its food component. The new Fort Lauderdale location, which opened this month, joins the original Vero Beach venue. The website lists dozens of charitable causes the brewery has supported since opening in 2017.

911 NE Fourth Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954/500-4266; americaniconbrewery.com

1133 19th Place, Vero Beach; 772/266-5507; americaniconbrewery.com

Buy tickets now for April Brew at the Zoo

Speaking of brews, the Palm Beach Zoo is once again hosting Brew at the Zoo on April 6, from 6 to 10 p.m. This means visiting more than 60 different beers, along with food trucks (food not included in admission), live music and more. You need to buy a ticket before attending—they are not sold at the door. It will probably sell out, as it has in past years.

Tickets are $50 per person for general admission, $80 for VIP, or $10 for designated drivers (meaning no beer for those folks). The tickets include admission to the zoo itself. Go here to purchase.


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