After a successful inaugural run last year, Tyler Arboretum is again partnering with Aston-based 2SP Brewing Company to bring Tyler on Tap back to Media, writes Emily Adams for Main Line Today.
Running every Friday through Aug. 23, visitors can enjoy the arboretum after hours, sipping brews, noshing on food and joining educational family-friendly activities.
Admission is free.
“This is a great way for people to see Tyler in the evenings,” says Brian Plato, arboretum special events coordinator.
Each Tyler on Tap event will be held at a different location throughout the 100-acre space to give attendees a unique experience every week. There will also be a variety of presenters leading activities and discussions ranging from stargazing to the invasive spotted lanternfly, which are perfect for adults and children alike.
There will be no shortage of local brews throughout Tyler on Tap, with a rotating lineup of craft beers each week.
This isn’t 2SP’s first foray into conservation efforts—the brewery partnered with Tyler Arboretum on several occasions last year, and has worked with the Audubon Society in the past.
The partnership furthers the brewery’s mission of local engagement and promoting environmentally-friendly practices.
Read more about Tyler on Tap here.