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|November 2014 Events|
Small craft breweries from across Canada, together with mouth-watering BBQ fare, in one of Toronto�s most historic settings - THIS EVENT IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT
2012 Participating Breweries
(more to come!)
Granville Island Brewing (Vancouver)
Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery (Barrie)
F&M Brewery / Stonehammer (Guelph)
Great Lakes Brewery (Toronto)
Hop City (Brampton)
Kensington Brewing Company (Toronto)
Steam Whistle Brewing (Toronto)
Keep6 Imports (Toronto)
Amsterdam Brewery (Toronto)
Black Oak Brewing Company (Toronto)
Creemore Springs Brewery Limited (Creemore)
Hockley Valley Brewing Company (Orangeville)
Big Rock Brewery (Calgary)
Festival 2012 - SOLD OUT
Hart House Courtyard
THIS EVENT IS RAIN OR SHINE
$39.55 ($35 + $4.55 HST) adult
$33.90 ($30 + $3.90 HST) student (valid student ID required at door)
Admission restricted to 19+ (no children or infants)
Group Rates (4 or more people)
$33.90 ($30 + $3.90 HST) adult
$28.25 ($25 + $3.25 HST) student (valid student ID required at door)
- group rates available by phone & in person
Ticket price includes:
- 8 beer samples
- BBQ fare by Hart House Executive Chef Marco Tucci
(Additional beer sample tickets may be purchased on site)
This August, Hart House once again presents the ultimate Summer event.
The 5th annual Hart House Craft Beer Festival features small craft breweries from across Canada, together with mouth-watering BBQ fare, in one of Toronto�s most historic settings.
A diverse selection of beers, food by Hart House Executive Chef Marco Tucci, and CIUT DJs spinning Summery beats, has attracted sell out crowds since the event�s beginnings.
The Hart House Craft Beer Festival is an opportunity for craft brewers to introduce their product to 650 curious and seasoned Toronto beer drinkers.
"Hart House holds a bash to celebrate the lazy, crazy, hazy days of Summer."
"The massive open-air barbecue in the Hart House quad cranked out enough roast pork sandwiches and barbecue chicken to feed a small army. The sold-out event drew several hundred people, all eager to sample the latest Ontario craft brews."
- Norman Wilner, NOW
"Hart House Craft Beer Festival & BBQ hits the spot...It appealed not only to connoisseurs--or seasoned tipplers--of the malted barley brew, but also to locavores and those who want to know more, and care, about what goes into the food and drink they consume."
- Diana Kuprel, www.news.utoronto.ca
�It�s why festivals like Hart House are so important: They introduce people to the concept and hopefully as a result of having fun drinking and dancing and carrying on, they acquire a taste for craft beer.�
- St. John�s Wort
�There�s something about an event at Hart House that just gives it an automatic air of sophistication.�
- Taste T.O.
Photos by The Untold City, 2010
TAPS: The Beer Magazine at the 2009 Hart House Craft Beer Festival
Hart House Craft Beer Festival 2012 website