Alberta Small Brewers Invited to the Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival
The 2017 Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival showcases some of Ontario’s best craft brewers. They also opened the doors to members of the Alberta Small Brewers Association paving the path to a more unite Canadian Craft Beer Industry.
By Shira Kogut on Jan. 12, 2017
What is the Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival?
On Saturday Feb.11, 2017 in Toronto, the Ontario Small Brewers Association will be hosting The Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival. According to organizers the festival is intended to:
“re-kindle and keep alive the spirit of traditional brewing: independent ownership, smaller batches, artisanal styles, quality ingredients, all-natural and undiluted.”
Video: The Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Fest 2017
Saturday, February 11, 2017
255 Bremner Blvd
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3M9
Fair warning the festival is outdoors, but it is supposed to be a fabulous gathering and a who’s who in the Ontario Craft Beer Industry and we are excited that this year they are including Alberta Small Brewers in the fun.
See the list of brewers and more details about the festival here.
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