Despite a terrible temperature last year, the Organizing Committee had attracted 20,000 visitors. Hopefully now some 15 000, double exhibitors agri-food and brewing with the theme “Science and beer.
Although alcohol is reserved to the livers of 18 years and more, the Festibière describes itself as a family pastoral activity. And in any event, it is not a party, but a sensory experience where discoveries and quality take precedence over quantity. “Drink less, drink better,” this is the philosophy advocated by the team, including the biérologue Mario of Eer, follower of tasting and gastronomy which will provide even tips fans to appreciate the products.
“There is no better place in the world to learn about beer in Ottawa, said the next.” “It is not surprising that Gatineau will allow, for the second year, one of the most beautiful festivals of the bière… and share a few mouthfuls of good taste and good time with our friends from the right bank!
Activities and entertainment
Beyond the gustatory pane, the Festibière hosts buskers, speakers and artists here. Workshops on the beer you will also be offered.
In show, you will hear EKO and Medicine Chest Friday from 19 h, Nicolas Pellerin and the great Hurleurs (2 pm), Dan Livingstone (18 h) and JW Jones (9 pm) Saturday, and Francis Faubert to 14 h Sunday. Of échassières will join an innkeeper-publican, a police officer a Carter-ro-ro and comedian to distract the crowd walking.
Buy your tickets from now to www.festibieredegatineau.ca at a cost of $ 20 for the weekend, $ 10 for a day and $ 5 tasting glass. At the door, the cost will be $ 24, $ 12 and $ 7.