Head for the Hills has the brew for you!

Breweries all over Ontario are “hopping” on board for Head for the Hills: Georgetown’s first ever Craft Beer Festival. Beer and cider lovers can hop on board too, joining Head for the Hills at the Trafalgar Sports Park on Saturday September 19th from noon till 6pm. Whether you are looking for a well-known brew, like a Steam Whistle or Mill St., or want to try something off the beaten path, such as Orange Snail Brewers or Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, Head for the Hills has the brew for you.

There are 11 breweries already signed up for Georgetown’s festival and more are coming in every day! The Collingwood Brewery, Grand River Brewing, Great Lakes Brewery, Mill St. Brewery, Orange Snail Brewers, Royal City Brewing Co., Side Launch Brewing Co., Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, Steam Whistle, Stone Hammer Brewing, and Wellington Brewery are among the first brew masters to sign up for a day of fun in the countryside.

Head for the Hills is a great place to try some unique and top quality beverages, paving the way for the quickly growing craft beer and cider industries to connect with and contribute to our community. Breweries are always looking to reach out to new communities and share their craft, but often they are too busy pouring delicious beer to get to know the local businesses and restaurants! Head for the Hills is making our community a priority by hosting a VIP Pre-event where breweries and local restaurants can meet, mingle, taste, and test, building stronger relationships and making sure that Georgetown stays on top of the craft beer trend.

Join Head for the Hills, the Georgetown Craft Beer Festival this September and you can be on top too!

Visit www.headforthehills.ca to buy tickets and learn more about our new breweries as they come. You can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Raise a glass. Drink some beer. Do some good.

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