Admission includes access to the event, a “Head for the Hills” Georgetown Craft Beer Festival stein, and 4 tokens to buy 4 samples (4 oz. each) of delicious craft beverages. The chance to have fun with your buddies is included, too… and THAT is priceless!
We are shocked that you want to buy more than 16 ounces of beer over a 7 hour event, but hey, you can buy tokens to sample more beer. Our price is 2 for $5, tax included. Bring a DD and you can try as many as you like!
Yes, right at the Trafalgar Sports park, but parking is limited and fills up quickly. There is no parking on the street near the festival, this is dangerous and you will be ticketed and towed. THAT’s a buzz kill. Our friendly neighbours from the Town have also offered the Robert C. Austin Operations Centre and Town Hall parking lots for overflow, but spots aren’t guaranteed.
Don’t want to take a chance with the parking dance? Take our FREE shuttle buses, running all day around town. If that doesn’t work for you, consider other alternatives like drop-offs, cabs or ubers, and carpooling.
Amazing craft beer, cider, spirits, and wine made by Ontario’s craft beverage artists… yes, it’s an art!
Heck no… we want you to have a good time! But in all seriousness, the event is 19+++, so no one under the age of 19 is allowed entry. No babes in arms or babies in strollers are permitted entry.
Accessibility animals are permitted, however pets are not allowed… no matter HOW cute they are! Sorry folks, although we’re outdoors, the event has to comply with permits and no pets will be permitted entry.
Not unless we get to keep ’em! In all seriousness, no personal lawn chairs or wagons etc. are allowed. Blankets (if you wish to hang out on the grass) are permitted.
Food is not included in your entrance fee. However, there will be GREAT food for sale from a wide variety of gourmet food trucks. These top-notch eats are designed to pair well with craft drinks. (No quail, escargot or caviar will be offered).
The delicious kind, like… smoked meat sandwiches, pulled pork, pizza, burgers, poutine and MORE!
Heck yes. One thing we’ve learned after years: tents ROCK, rain or shine. Trust us….we’ve got you covered.
Four Georgetown service clubs…the Kinsmen, Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary clubs have combined to raise funds for the Georgetown community. Learn more about our mission on the “Our Story” page of our website. Raise a glass, drink some beer, do some good!
Heck yeah! You can take the GO Bus to Georgetown or Acton and hop on one of our free local shuttle buses to go straight to the event.
Yes, provided that the event is not sold out. However, the price is higher at the door (rather than the early bird prices) due to your inability to commit. But hey, it all goes to charity, so we promise you won’t be ticked about it. Play it safe, buy yours here.
Yes, we are in a field and wild ATMs are hard to find. We accept Canadian currency and US dollars at par (we’re not stupid!). We also accept debit, VISA and Mastercard at the door and at the swag tent, where you can buy neat souvenirs of your great beer adventure in the country.
Straight to the lawyer’s office. Seriously though, Downtown Georgetown, the Glen Williams Mill (with 20+ artists) and the Toronto Premium Outlet Mall are all less than 15 minutes away.
Why yes, there are! Check out your group ticket options here. Feel free to get creative with your group! In previous years there were office parties and even Bachelorettes! Our policy: the more the merrier.
You betcha! Hey, everyone… we want to make it easy to come and hard to leave. If you have feedback about our accessibility or if you or someone you’re attending with has an accessibility need and would like to learn more about accommodation options, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oh yes. After the Great Porta Potty Deficiency of 2015, we will never make that mistake again! This year there will be more washrooms than you care to count. However, we WILL miss watching people dance in the line to hold it….
We have a no refunds policy. HOWEVER, remember, there is no such thing as bad weather… only bad DRESSERS! We go on rain or shine…..so bring your sunglasses and bring your ponchos. You never know what’s up next!
We support hundreds of community groups via the four service clubs who participate in this event. Exactly 100% of the profits will be donated to local charities. Our feature charities are Food4Kids North Halton, a group that provides nutritious food for schoolchildren across Halton to take home over the weekend, and Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CASHH), a group that provides support and services for cancer patients and their families. Our goal is to make sure our cheques to charity keep growing each year for the causes that need us most in our community.
Well, it’s not because we turn into pumpkins when it gets dark. We want to make sure things keep going off without a hitch. Follow-up this blast of a daytime festival with an after-party at your house (or even better…your neighbour’s house…) OR one of our fabulous local institutions nearby. Who knows, maybe one day we can grow the festival. Until then, we’re going to leave you wantin’ MORE!
All the attendees will be dressed in casual chic and smokin’ hot! However, smoking via your lips is not allowed within the perimeter fencing. You may smoke outside the park entrance and you can re-enter the festival anytime, provided you are wearing a cute stamp on your hand featuring a duck, a moose, a monster face or something not offensive that we haven’t designed yet.
With 6,000 people drinking craft beer, you better believe we’ve got a few folks on standby! There is security at the door and throughout the event. Sharp objects aren’t permitted, but sharp wits are!
This is not a question, but here’s the policy. All guests of “Head for the Hills” Georgetown Craft Beer Festival are expected to drink responsibly and ensure that they have a safe, responsible means of transportation before leaving the park. Any guest who is found intoxicated before entering the event, may be denied entry to the park. Any guest found intoxicated within the event and causing a disturbance, as determined by the management, will be asked to leave the park without refund and may be subject to further consequences. (You can read this as “We have a police presence and we’re not afraid to use ‘em, so behave yourself!”)