While our festival attendance usually dwindles with the cold weather, there is one annual event that the Boozehounds look forward to every year: the Gourmet Food & Wine Expo. Taking place until Sunday at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), this event is one I make sure not to miss. Tickets start at $30
On July 27th we started on an adventure that included: 1500 km, 16 breweries, 6 vineyards, 4 distilleries. 3 states, 1 province. 3 hotels, 2 Air Bnbs. 0 fights, 0 flat tires, 0 tickets. And somehow only 1 spilled pint! (My apologies to Shawna for wearing the pint.) We alternated which one of us
If you look carefully at the ad for the Craft Beer Passport in 2015, right around the 45 second mark, you’ll see Shawna, the other 50% of Toronto Booze Hound as she plays with a stuffed shark. Check it out here. Today though, we are announcing the launch event for the Craft Beer Passport 2016!
As a bit of a gift for being in their official video (which you can enjoy by clicking here), the fine folks at the Craft Beer Passport gifted us each with a passport of our own. We haven’t finished it yet, but I thought I would talk about my experiences with it thus far. In
They have 120 taps. That’s enough taps that if you had a small sample from each one you’d probably be REALLY drunk. It’s enough taps to require a complex keg technology called a ‘Flux Capacitor’ to keep it all working and organized. It is a bonkers amount of taps. Lets get back to the beginning