If you’re a lover of all things beer, the Mississauga Creative Craft Beer Festival is something that you don’t want to miss.
Hosted by CreativeHub1352, it will take place next month and the suds will be endless.
The first of its kind, it will be hosted in the Small Arms Inspection building and will be pouring pints over three sessions from Friday, June 17 to Saturday, June 18.
The event has already announced the first twelve brew houses that will be serving up some suds, including Thornbury Craft Co., Brock St. Brewing Co., and Barnstormer Brewing & Distilling. So it’s sure to be a good one!
“The first ever Creative Craft Beer Festival is just around the corner, and we couldn’t be more excited!” remarks Becky Seath, event organizer. “Organized by a team of dedicated volunteers and community partners, we’re delighted to showcase smaller boutique breweries right beside the brands we all know and love.”
Not only will you be able to wander around the building while learning and sampling all kinds of brews, but there will also be mouthwatering food vendors, where you can grab a bite to eat.
On top of that, there will be large games and live music to help keep the night going.
Tickets start at $32.84 and will include a souvenir sampling glass and two tokens for either some 4oz sample sizes of beer or some food. You can purchase them on the company’s website.
Additional tokens for food and beverages will be available for purchase at the event.
You must be 19 to enter and bring a valid ID with you to be let into the building.
If you’re a lover of beer, you can also check out Tipsy Theory’s latest guide to the best local breweries that you need to try in Ontario this year.