‘Night at the Brewseum’ lets you drink and play games at Great Explorations Children's Museum

“Play like a kid, drink like a local.”

click to enlarge GREAT EXPLORATIONS CHILDREN'S MUSUEM / FACEBOOK
GREAT EXPLORATIONS CHILDREN'S MUSUEM / FACEBOOK


For one night only, St. Petersburg’s Great Explorations Children's Museum will team up with local breweries throughout the Tampa Bay area and transform its space into a boozy, but competitive, adult playground. January 31 marks this year’s annual “Night at the Brewseum” fundraising party.

If games like Nerf gun blackjack, tic-tac-toe beer pong, and slingshots aren’t your thing, you can grab your craft brews, enjoy the live music and explore the museum’s interactive exhibits. 

The winning team who conquers these boozy games gets a goodie bag filled with merchandise and coupons from local Tampa Bay businesses—as well as bragging rights. 

Local breweries participating in 2020’s Night at the Brewseum event are 3 Daughters Brewing, 81Bay Brewing Co., Estrella Galicia/Maeloc, Big Storm Brewing Co., Cage Brewing, Dissent Craft Brewing Co., Dunedin Brewery, Green Bench Brewing Co., If I Brewed the World, and Flying Boat Brewing Co. 

Tickets are $45 now, but will increase to $55 on January 24—grab them at greatex.org/brewseum. Proceeds from this event will help Great Explorations Children's Museum expand programming and outreach efforts throughout the greater Tampa Bay area. 

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Kyla Fields

Kyla Fields is the Managing Editor of Creative Loafing Tampa Bay who started their journey at CL as summer 2019 intern. They are the proud owner of a charming, sausage-shaped, four-year-old rescue mutt named Piña.
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