Finally, A Beer Festival On May Two Four Long Weekend! / .@TOBeerFestival


It's time to plan your May Two Four Long Weekend - by staying in the city! Building on the success of its perennial sell-out summer event, Toronto's Festival of Beer is announcing the 3rd AnnualSpring Sessions of Toronto's Festival of Beer. On May 21st and May 22nd beer fans will break out their coziest cottage gear at Sherbourne Common outdoor space, at the foot of Lower Sherbourne Street. Spring Sessions will bring together more than 20 breweries, food vendors, along with all the amenities of a cottage in the city! Plus the first 500 people who purchase tickets for each day will receive a limited edition Spring Sessions snapback hat.
 
"We are thrilled to bring this incredible beer experience to the people of Toronto on the May Two Four long weekend." says Les Murray from Toronto's Festival of Beer. "Everything you'd expect at a cottage will be here in the city, topped off with an amazing array of brews!"
 
Several breweries will be sampling their beer at Spring Sessions, including: All or Nothing Brewhouse, Creemore Springs Brewery, Henderson Brewing Co., Steam Whistle Brewing, Granville Island Brewing, Beau's All Natural Brewing Company, Big Rig Brewery, Great Lakes Brewery, Brickworks Ciderhouse, Mill Street Brewery, and more.  
 
With some of Toronto's hottest restaurants preparing food on site, you will be able to pair your favourite brew with offers from: Tiny Tom Donuts, Ontario Corn Roasters, Ted's World Famous BBQ, Chimney Stax Baking Co., The Pie Commission, Smokes Poutinerie,  Oyster Boy and more.
 
Tickets for Spring Sessions of Toronto's Festival of Beer are on sale now for $30, which includes five sampling tokens and a Commemorative Festival Mug and a limited edition Spring Sessions snapback hat to the first 500 people who purchase tickets for each day. This is a 19+ event. Tickets for the festival can be purchased online at www.beerfestival.ca/spring

When: 
Saturday, May 21st: 12:00PM-7:00PM
Sunday, May 22nd: 1200PM-7:00PM
Where:
Sherbourne Common. At the foot of Lower Sherbourne Street, next to Corus Quay at George Brown College.
 
 
Finally, A Beer Festival On May Two Four Long Weekend! / .@TOBeerFestival Finally, A Beer Festival On May Two Four Long Weekend! / .@TOBeerFestival Reviewed by Tony G on April 04, 2016 Rating: 5

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