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What to Expect at Our 2nd Annual Brew & BBQ Festival

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We’re kicking summer up a notch and adding an extra sizzle to our Special Events lineup with the 2nd Annual Brew & BBQ Festival!

Back by popular demand, it will feature over 16 local craft breweries and lip-smacking BBQ dishes made by Canada’s Wonderland’s Executive Chef Dilup Attygalla. The Brew & BBQ Festival is taking place Saturday, June 24 and Sunday, June 25, from 12pm – 10pm.

The festival will be set up in Action Zone (because we know that riding Behemoth a few times can work up an appetite), the perfect area to dig into delicious food, enjoy a cold drink and take in some live music from four guest bands over the two day festival.

Participating Breweries

The brews will be flowin’ with over 16 local craft breweries: 

  • Lake of Bays Brewing Company
  • Brock Street Brewing Company
  • Nickel Brook Brewing Co.
  • Four Fathers Brewing Co.
  • Sunnybrook Winery
  • Steam Whistle Brewing
  • Beau's Brewery
  • Lake Wilcox Brewing Co.
  • Faris Farms Ernest Cider
  • Arch Brewing
  • The Hamilton Brewery
  • Muskoka Brewery
  • Creemore Springs
  • The Flying Monkeys Brewery
  • Wellington Brewery
  • Great Lakes Brewery
  • Brasserie McAuslan
  • Brew Microbrewery
  • Big Rig Brewery

 

Menu Items

Not to worry, we’ll have plenty of napkins on hand for all these authentic BBQ dishes:
 

BBQ Pork Belly
BBQ Smoked Brisket
BBQ Ribs ‘n Wings
BBQ Chicken
BBQ Meatloaf Stack and more!

Is your mouth watering yet?

Live Music Line-Up

We have you covered with a variety of live music entertainment over the two days:

Saturday, June 24: The Rolling Stronz and The Sheridan Band

Sunday, June 25: Stacey Renee and Mike Walmsley Band

Like last year, admission into Brew & BBQ is FREE with your Park Admission! We recommend you do come hungry and thirsty ready to try some tasty BBQ items and brews.

But please drink and ride responsibly!

Visit our website to purchase your Season Pass or General Admission ticket to Canada’s Wonderland for Brew & BBQ!

 

*Must be 19 years of age or older with valid ID to consume and purchase alcohol. 

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