The 2017 Georgetown Craft Beer Festival was held on September 16! Stay tuned for information on the 2018 date.
Head For The Hills. And help the community.
Organized by four Georgetown service clubs (Rotary, Lions, Kiwanis & Kinsmen), the Georgetown Craft Beer Festival is an exciting new event combining the interest and excitement of the craft beer movement with a genuine desire to help charities throughout the region.
Say farewell to summer in a gorgeous country setting – at the peak of the fall colours – sharing and comparing over 25 craft beers and ciders from across Ontario. There will be music, food trucks, local crafts, and passionate brewers eager to share their knowledge of beer. Proceeds from the day go to Food4Kids, a local charity bringing meals to at-risk youth. It’s a beer tasting experience sure to leave a great taste in everyone’s mouth.
Tickets are now available! Advanced tickets are $29 - increases to $35 at the door of the event (if any are available)! Advance purchases can be made through the website.
ALL ABOARD! The bus is back in action. Head for the Hills has a shuttle bus service To and From the event, picking up at various hubs around town. This FREE program is brought to you by the following local transport pros:
Buses will start running to and from the Festival at 11:00am and will run approximately every 35-40 minutes. The last bust back leaves the Trafalgar Sports Park at 6:30pm. Here are the pick-up points around town:
Acton Go Station (S. end of lot)
Limehouse Public School
Glen Williams Public School
Moldmasters Arena (rear lot)
The Gellert Centre
Georgetown South Plaza (behind Tim Hortons)
To purchase your tickets in advance, and learn more please visit their website .