Check it out


See who’s coming to this year’s Georgetown Craft Beer Festival. The list will grow as more and more legendary breweries hop on board. Stay tuned!

pommies cider co
old flame brewing co
ironwood cider
shawn and ed brewing co
collingwood brewery2
orange snail brewers
exchange brewery
redline brewhouse
high park brewery
anderson craft ales

Food Trucks

Attention foodies. We’re going after the best gourmet food trucks in the business to get you that perfect bite to go with your beer. Take a peek at some of the good eats you get to enjoy this year.

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meltdown cheesery
mustache burger
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What? Beer, food and MORE? Heck yeah. We’ve got you covered for entertainment with a line-up of local bands and fun games to keep the day as enjoyable and lively as possible.

Music Bands

Mountain Lion Trappers

Mountain Lion Trappers will command the stage from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM to tie a bow on this year’s Beer Festival experience. This sextet will have the park rocking with their covers that range from the 1950’s to present day. A great closing guaranteed!

Southern Belle

Southern Belle is an up and coming “New Country/Rock” band that prides itself on gracing the bigger stages throughout Southern Ontario. Southern Belle covers everything from artist like The Dixie Chicks and Lady Antebellum to Brian Adams and Bon Jovi. They will be bringing great New Country Rock songs to dance floor (or in our case, field) to keep things moving!

The Tradition Band

The Tradition is local to Halton Hills and performs a range of music from olden times, delving into Country, Folk, Bluegrass, and Old-time. Their songs plant roots in story telling, ranging from times of trouble to the joys of life. Recently Tradition has performed at several venues and festivals around Southern Ontario, and released an EP titled The Ewing Street Session in March 2018.

Giant Beer Pong

Well, we know one thing for sure… and that is that GIANT BEER PONG is coming back! After a smash hit at the 2015 Festival, we can’t deny the good people of the world a chance to throw a soccer ball over and over again at their opponents.

Giant Jenga

We have a theme, apparently. We like to play the GIANT version of games at Head for the Hills! Stay tuned for pics of Giant Jenga, a game to guarantee laughs and minimal splinters, we hope.

Interested in new opportunities for your brand? The Georgetown Craft Beer Festival drew 3,000 people in 2015 and 5,000 in 2016. Voted the favourite beer festival in Ontario, Head for the Hills is a down to earth, concentrated way to reach your target market.

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Why become a Sponsor?

It’s a great time of year to toast the last blast of summer, and we’ve got the crowds, beer, and gourmet food to prove it.

Get grass roots access to the folks you’re fixin’ to reach in a down-to-earth, intimate country setting.

Sponsorships cater to specific marketing and brand-building needs at a “country, not city” price point.

You can put your logo and message on just about anything, if you ask nicely. Heck, we even have digital properties, fancy that!

Interested in becoming a Sponsor of the 2017 Georgetown Craft Beer Festival: a staple late-summer event serving over 5,000 people in your target area?