Toronto’s Festival of Beer Announces Canada 150 Pavilion & Club TFOB Package
On June 29, 2017 At 11:00 am
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TORONTO, ON – Toronto’s Festival of Beer has announced details of a special section at this year’s event that will put the spotlight on Canadian breweries from coast to coast, as well as a new VIP package that offers a lot of perks to those willing to splurge.
The Canada 150 Pavilion will feature beer from 25 different breweries split into four regions:
Big Rock Brewing
Central City Brewing
Pump House Brewery
PEI Brewing Company
Boxing Rock Brewery
Creemore Springs Brewing
Big Rig Brewing
Great Lakes Brewery
Junction Craft Brewery
Bobcaygeon Brewing Company
Napanee Beer Co.
Blood Brothers Brewing
Dieu Du Ciel!
Le Trou Du Diable
Les Trois Mousquetaires
Several breweries will be making their debut in Ontario, and some will be offering new and exclusive beers. And in addition to the beer, the pavilion will also feature food by Matty’s Seafood (representing East & Quebec) and Old School (representing West & Ontario).
Also on offer this year is the new Club TFOB admission package, which offers a premium festival experience including:
- Early & express admission to the Festival.
- Access to the exclusive Club TFOB Lounge, where perks include shaded seating area, air conditioned washrooms, private bar, welcome cocktail, complimentary oyster bar, four food tickets, two tickets for full-sized beer servings, and more.
- 10 sampling tokens to use at any beer or food vendor at the Festival.
- Access to a Club TFOB Viewing Station that offers a premium view for concert performances on the Bandshell Stage throughout the weekend.
Club TFOB tickets cost $195 each and are available now. For more details and to order Club TFOB tickets, see the full announcement on the TFOB wesbite.
Toronto’s Festival of Beer 2017 takes place on July 28th to 30th at Bandshell Park in Exhibition Place, and will feature more than 400 different beers, food vendors, live entertainment, and more. For more information, see the TFOB website.