“Celebrate Craft … Beer!” is a charitable fundraiser featuring a curated market of local artists while celebrating the seasonal craft beer of 18 BC breweries. The funds raised will support the ongoing delivery of the Craft Council of BC’s ‘Craft, Heritage & Me’ program for under-served youth.
Craft brewers will be submitting their unique seasonal craft beer for an evening of tasting by judges and craft community enthusiasts. Jurors – Rebecca Whyman, Chad McCarthy & Ken Beattie – will select the winning beer. And the prize for the best in seasonal category will win an amazing handmade tap designed and created by a noted local craft artist.
This charitable event will be held 7:30pm November 5th @ Performance Works on Granville Island and will include live music by ‘Not You‘ – an electronic duo composed of Sanford and Future Ghost, munchies, a blind silent auction of BC experiences and a curated craft market for you to peruse while enjoying the selection of seasonal craft beer.
You will get the chance to bid in the silent auction for prizes such as ‘Beer for a Year’, ‘Beer for Half a Year’, an Edible Canada gift basket full of local delicious goodies, dance lessons with Joe Ink Dance, generous gift certificates to Burgoo Bistro, amongst many other amazing local experiences! Join local artists and artisans at the craft market and find that perfect gift in time for the festive season: Julian Duerksen, Joanna Lovett, Olympia Komianos, CraftedVan, Good Mallows and many more!
Tickets can be purchased online at Eventbrite, and include 4 tasters of beer & a 4oz tasting glass to take home.
Tax receipts issued for a portion of the ticket price.
$32 Earlybird (before September 23rd)
$37 Regular (after September 24th)
Additional tasting tokens are available for purchase during the evening for $1.25 each
Click here for a list of participating breweries and artists.
There is currently no exhibition on display. Check upcoming exhibitions to see when the next exhibition will be happening.
Friday, October 14, 2016 ― Thursday, November 17, 2016
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