The 4th Annual Cape Breton Beer Fest will take place Saturday, November 30th, 2019 at the Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion (The Big Fiddle). There will be ONE Showing. from 7:00pm-9:30pm. VIP Ticket Holders may enter at 6:00pm to get an early start on sampling. Taps will be shut off at 9:30pm, you have until 10:00pm to finish you conversations and samples.
General Admission is $65+tax
VIP Tickets: $75+tax
Tickets are available on our website, at Breton Brewing Co.
Tickets purchased online will be sent to the email provided. iPhone users may add their tickets to their apple wallet.
*VIP holders will receive a special edition CBBF Glass along with entrance 1 hour before scheduled event time (6:00pm) to meet the vendors and sample their products first.
There will be non-alcoholic beverages provided by Cape Breton Beverages available along with designated driver tickets for $20+tax each.
There will also be tasting options from a local Premium Apple Cider vendor, local Wine Products and a local Spirit Companies. Visit the website link above for more information!
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