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Brew at the Zoo: You can drink with the animals

Friday night beer and beasts come together again at the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Garden’s annual summertime Brew at the Zoo festival featuring 35 breweries, three local bands, and snacks served among the elephants, gorillas and reptiles. The party begins at 7 p.m., and a mix of local and regional...

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