Toronto’s Festival of Beer brings Spring Sessions back on May 21st and 22nd. That’s right, a true May 2-4 weekend experience. Anyone who knows what TFOB is, has undoubtedly attended one of the massive summer events they have been organizing for…well…forever.
Spring sessions is still a baby with only this being its third year (second at Sherbourne Commons) however it is by far the best beer event of the year.
The number one draw to Spring Sessions is the beer. Beer is the star of the show. Organizers have brought together some of the best brewers around who in turn bring their A+++ game to the taps.
The location is perfect with a waterfront view, the crowd is super chill, having awaken from their beerfest-less winter, and the spring weather brings it all together in one perfect weekend out.
Oh, and there is delicious food to help. Oysters, poutine, corn, meat pies, BBQ (from Pit master Ted Reader himself) and more.
Big Rig Brewery’s tap selection is as diverse as it is delicious like Midnight Kissed my Cow, a double chocolate milk stout and Granville Island Brewery loves to show off the talent of the west coast with any one of their ales.
What makes beer festivals so inspiring is how even the little guys enjoy success while introducing us to their beers. All or Nothing Brew House will be showcasing their Hopfenweisse and Henderson Brewing, set to open this May will be showcasing their Henderson’s Best.
And of course Brickworks Ciderhouse will also be sampling out their classic Batch 1904 and Queen Street 501.
This is only a small sample of the beers that will be on hand to help celebrate this May 24 ” Cottage in the City” weekend. And as more come aboard tickets will be sure to sell up fast. Click over to the Toronto’s Festival of Beer website and stay tuned for more announcements on beers, food and entertainment.