This morning, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay announced that its annual Bier Fest will return, but with significantly less crowds.
Beginning every Saturday and Sunday from Sept. 12-Nov. 15, guests can explore 16 Bier Fest cabins spread out across Busch Gardens’ open-air festival, which will include limited-capacity, modified food and beverage serving procedures and contact-free transaction options, says the theme park.
The festival, now in its third year, will also highlight a menu of new beer-inspired dishes, like Mojo-roasted heritage pork pub chip nachos, Sam Adams OctoberFest braised short ribs and New England IPA drunken shrimp tacos, Yuengling’s Black & Tan chocolate cupcakes, and Mojo roasted heritage pork pub chip nachos and loaded mac and cheese with Budweiser cheese sauce.
Sampler Lanyards start at $32.99, and include a five-sample punch card. Pass member discounts are also available. More info can be found here.
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