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The Art of the Brewhaha taking place Nov. 11

GUELPH - The Art of the Brewhaha is a night for beer lovers, featuring craft beers from across the region, officials state.

The participating breweries include: Wellington Brewery, Royal City Brewery, Shawn and Ed Brewing Co., Four Fathers Brewing Co., Brothers Brewing Co., Beau’s Brewing, Black Oak Brewing Co. and Elora Brewing Co.

Heartwood Farm and Cidery and Windswept Orchard Cider will also be participating.

Taste Detours is organizing food for the event, which includes Caribbean cuisine and Taste of Craft cheese and chocolate pairings with beer.

Tickets for the Nov. 11 event are $22 in advance and $31  at the door. Door tickets may only be purchased in cash.

This is a pay-as-you-go sampling event, with four samples included in the admission price.

Guests can purchase food sample vouchers for $1.50.

Designated drivers can buy admission tickets and will receive $5 vouchers for Coco Latte to purchase non-alcoholic beverages (DDs will not be served alcohol).

Art of the Brewhaha will take place at Old Quebec Street Shoppes. Parking is available in the attached parking garage.

Art of the Brewhaha is a fundraiser for Ed Video Media Arts Centre.

November 10, 2017


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