SeaWorld Orlando Celebrates Summer With Free Beer For Guests 21 and Up

SeaWorld fans (who are 21 or over) may remember a time when they could enter the park and head to a special place where they were treated to free beer. Well, that special treat has returned (again, still for those 21 and over) as SeaWorld Orlando is celebrating summer with free beer!

What’s Happening:

  • Starting today, SeaWorld Orlando has announced that they will be giving free beer for SeaWorld park guests 21 and over.  
  • The free brews will be available at the park daily from 11:30 a.m. until one hour before park close.  Guests are invited to visit Mama’s Pretzel Kitchen Patio Bar to receive one complimentary 12-ounce beer per park visit through August 12th. The park will periodically rotate beer offerings, so be sure to check the official website here for today’s beer.
  • The current selection as of press time was Tecate or Pacifico Clara Cerveza.
  • Just yesterday, SeaWorld Orlando sister park Busch Gardens Tampa Bay announced that guests 21 and older can celebrate the Tampa Bay Lightning’s back-to-back championships with two free 7-ounce beers during their visit to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay for the entire month of July.
  • The two 7-ounce pours will be available daily from 11:30 am until one hour before park close at Garden Gate Café.
  • SeaWorld Orlando Visitors may recall a time when the park was owned by Anheuser-Busch when they could visit the Hospitality House and enjoy samples of different beers for free, as well as attend “Beer School” learning all about the tasty beverages and brews. That experience closed in the late 2000’s, and is now home to Infinity Falls, and the neighboring quick service restaurant and Annual Passholder lounge.
  • Along with the free beer at SeaWorld Orlando, guests can also stick around to enjoy Electric Ocean, bringing longer park hours and allowing guests to voyage into an exotic underwater world filled with dazzling lights, electrifying dance music and a brilliant evening energy that sparks as the sun sets. It also marks the return of Ignite, a firework and fountain spectacular that brings the brilliant colors of the sea to the skies above the park.