Halifax preparing to celebrate NS brews

August 12, 2017 by  

Halifax is a city that loves its craft beers and ciders, and a series of workshops has been planned for the city that will give aficionados of these beverages a more in-depth understanding of the drinks they love.

The four sessions will start off with one that will be dedicated to a discuss of the province’s craft cider industry, which will be led by representatives of Planter’s Ridge and Chain Yard Cider. The other sessions will cover Boxing Rock’s Autumn Beers, and the series will draw to a close with a presentation about unpasteurized and unfiltered beer, which will be led by the alesmith and founder of Big Spruce Brewing company. The leader of the second session will be announced before the schedule is set to begin.

Everyone over the age of 19 is welcome to participate in these events, which will be held in The Port, which is located at 5485 Clyde Street in Halifax. A printer can supply personalized tasting glasses and other promotional drinkware for an event like this.

Anyone who would like to take this opportunity to learn more about the province’s growing brewing and cider industry can purchase their tickets and find out more information by visiting the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission’s website. It will start on October 4, and the ticket price has been set at $60 each.