Brew lovers, the countdown to the city’s highly-anticipated craft beer summer festival is on.
Taking place at Ontario Place West Island from June 22 to 24, the Toronto Craft Beer Festival is an experience worth making space for, in both your calendar and your stomach.
Spread over three days, the event is showcasing the city’s best independent craft brewers all in one place; Big Rock Brewery, Ace Hill, Anderson Craft Ales, Left Field Brewery, MacLean’s, Red Thread Brewing Co., Side Launch, Waterloo Brewing, Thornbury Village, and Northern Maverick Brewing Co., among so many others.
Last year, one day of the festival completely sold out, that’s why organizers have added an extra day to this year’s brew fest, so you can day drink without guilt for even longer.
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With pale ales, dark ales, Saison, lighter lagers, IPAs, and cider flowing strong, your biggest decision will be choosing what you want to drink first.
You don’t need to rush around trying to fit too many brews in on one day, just come back the next day and do it all again. Easy.
Besides, you’ll be looking for a reason to spend more time in the sunshine, and an ice cold beer will undoubtedly cool you down.
And let’s not forget about those food trucks… Mustache Burger, Sausage Party!, Ontario Corn Roasters, Rebozo’s Mexican Food, Food Dudes, and The Colossal Onion, will be there.
General admission tickets to the event cost $25 and come with five sampling tokens. VIP passes give you sampling tickets and a ton of exclusive perks.
Get your tickets now via Toronto Craft Beer Festival.
When: June 22 to 24
- Friday; 2:30 to 10 pm
- Saturday; 12 to 10 pm
- Sunday; 12 to 7 pm
Where: Ontario Place West Island – 955 Lakeshore Boulevard West
Price: $25 General Admission | $40 VIP – Tickets available online
Daily Hive is a proud media sponsor of Toronto Craft Beer Festival 2018