If you’re in San Diego and you can’t wait for Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom to come out (whoo hoo — next week!), then get your dino fix on at The Bronto Brew Meadery for four free nights of sauropod fun.
All four previous Jurassic movies will be presented in the meadery on their large screen, and you can buy mead beverages as you sit by a nest of Brontosaurus eggs, or under the skeletons of a T-Rex family.
The meadery has an appealing dinosaur setting, encourages gaming and the gathering of geeks, and serves unique mead beverages. Mead is a honey wine, and they hand brew it on the premises, in both small and large batches (from 7 to 150 gallons).
It’s all mead, all the time — but each one tastes different. Some are sweet and some are dry, some are hoppy and others fruity. They experiment with new mead flavors regularly. Their current tap list includes great dinosaur-themed names like Cretaceous Bloom, Hoposaurus, Velociberry, Citrodon, and Pure Bronto. You can also order a “Pterodactyl Flight” of 4 tastes.
I’ll be taking a behind the scenes tour tomorrow and get a lot of details for a proper review, with lots of pictures of their dino decor to help celebrate Dinosaur Month at RunPee.com. I’ve been there before — anything with dinosaurs interests me — but never for a review tour. So this should be fun.
Here’s the details of Bronto Brew Meadery’s Jurassic Park movie showings:
- Friday, June 15, from 7:30-10pm — Jurassic Park 1
- Saturday, June 16, from 7:30- 10pm — Jurassic Park 2: The Lost World
- Friday, June 22, 7:30-10pm — Jurassic Park 3
- Saturday, June 23, 7:30-10pm — Jurassic World 1
Hours of Operation
Friday: 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Saturday: 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM
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