We like beer,
you like beer. . .
we all want to
And thus… Head for the Hills, the Georgetown Craft Beer Festival, was born…
Well, actually, there was a little more to it than that. Want to learn more about the awesomeness that led to the creation of this cool event? Keep scrolling!
Tickets are on sale here.
We sell out every year. To avoid disappointment, buy your ticket now.
Because we know you love beer! And 100% of proceeds go to local charities supported by the four service clubs. Our main feature charity this year is Food4Kids North Halton, a group that provides food for youth at risk of malnutrition.
Canada’s sweet 150
& Head for the hills
Canadians like beer, eh?
In January 2017, Head for the Hills received the Arts Alive Canada 150 award for the best New Cultural Event in Halton Hills. This award recognizes a group or event that is contributing significantly to the cultural landscape of our community.
What better way to celebrate our nation’s big b-day than by raising a glass with friends against the beautiful backdrop of our rural town? Let’s celebrate what Canada is known for: good scenery, good beer, and a good time!
GOOD BEER. GOOD FUN. GOOD DEED.
Best of all is the difference well make. In 2015, we donated $5,000 to Food4Kids. In 2016, we donated $15,000 to Food4Kids. In 2017, the sky is the limit!
We tripled our donation amount last year and want to keep the momentum going. Head for the Hills is an entirely volunteer-run event and 100% of proceeds are donated to Food4Kids as well as a variety of other local charities already supported by the four service clubs of Georgetown. There really isn’t a better reason to come drink good beer with friends.
There are plenty of opportunities to support this cause throughout the event. By purchasing tickets, tokens, swag, and game passes, you are helping us make a greater contribution to this small community than ever before. Our goal this year: have fun, stay dry, and keep that donation number growing!