SQUAMISH, BC June 13, 2016 – Craft beer drinkers will once again rally for the second annual Squamish Beer Festival, taking place at the O’Siyam Pavilion in Downtown Squamish on July 9, 2016 from 2:00pm-8:00pm.
A half-day celebration of craft beer culture in the heart of the Sea to Sky Corridor, the Squamish Beer Festival will be pouring under the towering Stawamus Chief with music, local food truck vendors and over 120 craft beers to sample.
“We’re proud to return with a bigger and better festival this year,” says Jean-Philippe Tondreau, event producer for the Squamish Beer Festival. “Squamish is one of the most beautiful settings for this celebration and we have cultivated a huge following both locally and regionally. We hope to see everyone back again for 2016 alongside some new faces.”
On top of the roughly 120 craft beers and ciders on tap, the Squamish Beer Festival will showcase some of the best food truck vendors in the Sea to Sky, dj’s spinning, and lawn games to enjoy when a break is needed from the many different beers that will be onsite that day.
Tickets cost $40 and are available at the following link squamishbeerfestival.com or in person at Howe Sound Brewing Company or Scotties Liquor Store in Squamish
Shuttle service will be available from Vancouver to Squamish, departing from Olympic Village Skytrain Station at 1:00pm and leaving the festival grounds at 8:00pm (approximate driving time is one hour). Tickets for the shuttle cost $20 round-trip and space is limited. Early purchase of shuttle tickets is recommended, available here.
A bike valet service will be available.
About the Squamish Beer Festival
Located in beautiful Squamish, B.C., the Squamish Beer Festival is an annual celebration of craft beer  and food culture in the heart of the Sea to Sky Corridor. 
The Squamish Beer Festival is strictly a 19+ event. Photo ID is required and no minors are allowed on site. 
For further information contact:
Kelly Farrell, Event Manager

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