Tickets for the Buffalo Museum of Science’s popular Beerology fundraising event are now on sale. Join the Museum and area “Beerologists” to learn about the science of beer and have your science on tap! Event guests can sample brews, enjoy home brewing demonstrations and presentations on all things beer. The event takes place on Saturday, March 5 from 7:00 to 10:00pm at the Museum (1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo) for adults 21 and over only.

General admission includes 10 drink tickets good for one 3 oz. beer tasting each. Additional drink tickets may be purchased starting at 7pm. Tickets also include a commemorative beer glass, food sampling from local restaurants, live entertainment, and access to all of the Museum’s permanent exhibits and galleries. Lucky individuals who purchased VIP tickets before they sold out will also have access to the exclusive VIP room, featuring five of the areas best chefs including Steve Gedra of The Black Sheep, Bryan Mecozzi of Black Iron Bystro, Rick Gazzo of Hydraulic Hearth, Mike Dimmer of Marble + Rye, and Karl Wyant of Vera Pizzeria. Each will be cooking up some specialty dishes for guests to sample, all of which have been thoughtfully paired with different brews by PrePaired Beer & Food LLC.

Tickets may be purchased online at or by calling 716.896.5200 x359. Tickets purchased before January 31, 2016 are $35 for Museum members and $40 for non-members. After February 1, 2016 ticket prices will increase by $5. Designated driver tickets are also available for a reduced price for general admission only, and may only be purchased by phone (call for details).

This event has sold out every year since 2008, so tickets may not be available at the door. Tickets and event updates, including participating breweries and vendors, will be available at


Committed to inspiring curiosity through exploration, the Buffalo Museum of Science is a non-profit educational institution dedicated to providing relevant science programming and services to children, families, adults, and schools in the Buffalo Niagara region. Through exhibits and interactive science studios designed for multi-generational learning, the Museum showcases its extensive collections of over 700,000 specimens and artifacts representing all facets of the natural world with an emphasis on Western New York. Opened in 1929 in Buffalo’s Olmsted-designed Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, the Museum is currently installing eight permanent interactive science studios to transform its visitor experience by 2016. The Museum also operates Tifft Nature Preserve in South Buffalo, a 264-acre urban wetland preserve on reclaimed former industrial land. Learn more at