The Rotary Club of St. Marys is excited to present The Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival! The festival happens on Sunday, June 16th (Father’s Day) from 1 PM to 6 PM at the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum. (3rd Field, 410 Church St S, St. Marys)
Enjoy an afternoon of the finest craft beer, gourmet food trucks and live music that the province has to offer. Funds raised from this event will be used to help bring a community food market to St. Marys, similar to the Local Co-Op Food Market in Stratford. Vendors include 13 Ontario Craft Breweries, 1 Cidery, 1 Distillery and 7 Gourmet Food Trucks!
Participating Craft Breweries include:
Anderson Craft Ales (London)
Bitte Schon Brauhaus (New Hamburg)
Black Swan Brewing (Stratford)
Broadhead Brewing (Ottawa)
Cowbell Brewing (Blyth)
Descendents Beer (Kitchener)
East Street Cider (Goderich)
Herald Haus Brewing (Stratford)
Junction 56 Distillery (Stratford)
Little Beasts Brewing (Whitby)
Powerhouse Brewing (London)
Rusty Wrench Brewing (Strathroy)
Square Brew (Goderich)
Upper Thames Brewing (Woodstock)
Participating Food Trucks include:
BBQ Feast (Lakeside)
Field to Truck Mobile Eatery (London)
Sunset Shack (St. Marys)
My Big Fat Food Truck (London)
Fo’ Cheezy (Kitchener)
Beaver Tails (Kitchener)
Bread Heads (Kitchener)
To view the complete line-up of vendors visit the event’s website www.brewsandfood.ca. The band, Bill Shakespeare, featuring Kevin Graham, Sean Graham and Ryan Watson (all former members of the band Dress Rehearsal) will provide the live music.
Tickets must be purchased in advance! (There is no guarantee of ticket availability at the gate on the day of the festival.) Admission to the craft beer festival and live music is open to patrons 19+ years of age with paid ticket and government-issued photo ID. No ticket purchase is necessary for access to the food trucks. The festival takes place rain or shine. To purchase your tickets and learn more about the festival go to www.brewsandfood.ca. You can also follow the festival on Facebook for more updates.
VIP tickets $35, Regular admission $25.