Searching for a choice Father's Day gift? Look no further! Tickets to Because Beer (July 14-15, 2017 at Pier 4 Park, Hamilton, ON) are now available online via Ticketfly as well as in person thru The Ship, DrDisc Hamilton, and MERIT Brewing Company.
Raise a glass to the season with 38 great craft breweries and cideries offering hundreds of craft beers & ciders, tuck into something tasty at any of a dozen food trucks, and soak up killer live music from Sloan Music, Said The Whale, Fast Romantics, Born in the Eighties (as Weezer), Diamond DJ Collective and Basement Revolver! Sweet VIP add-ons for insider tours are also available via becausebeer.ca/tickets.
Featured craft breweries and craft cideries include Amsterdam Brewery, Anderson Craft Ales, Beau's All Natural Brewing Co., BIG RIG Brewery, Black Oak Brewing, Clifford Brewing Co., Collective Arts Brewing, Elora Brewing Company, Fairweather Brewing Company, Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery, Forked River Brewing Company, Grand River Brewing, Great Lakes Brewery, The Hamilton Brewery, Ironwood Hard Cider, Lake of Bays Brewing Company, Longslice Brewery, Lost Craft, McAuslan Brewing, Merit Brewing Co., Muskoka Brewery, The Napanee Beer Company, Niagara Oast House Brewers, Nickel Brook Brewing Co., Pint Pursuits Brewing Co., Railway City Brewing Company, Rainhard Brewing Co., Revel Cider Co., Royal City Brewing Company, Sawdust City Brewery, The Second Wedge Brewing Co., Shawn & Ed Brewing Company, Side Launch Brewing Company, Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, Steel Town Cider Co., Wellington Brewery, West Avenue Cider at Somerset Orchards & Whitewater Brewing Company.
A full weekend of superb craft beer & cider, delicious food and great music in a gorgeous waterfront park — what's not to like?
Summer doesn't get any better than this!
In its 20th year, this great evening event hosted by the Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant has become legend as the official opening of summer in Brantford, with live music, local restaurants, wineries, breweries and of course great art.
This year the Glenhyrst Art Gallery will transform into a Speakeasy, the great social crucible of the 20s. Mobsters, who rocketed to wealth and power on the back of prohibition, could mingle with movie stars, alcoholic writers and the wealthy establishment. Who will show up to our Speakeasy? You'll need your ticket and secret password to find out!