Celebrate Craft Brewing at the Whistler Village Beer Festival
September is a wonderful time to be in Whistler. Whether your here to mountain bike, sightsee, or party – Whistler has something special for you this September. Get ready to celebrate the art of the amber with lagers, ales, stouts, ciders, malts, and more!
Returning for its annual celebration of craft brewing this September is the Whistler Village Beer Festival. From September 11th - 16th, 2018, you can join the action in Whistler with a variety of different events and activities. This six-day festival features cask nights, seminars, brunches, dinners, yoga, a two-day main event at the Whistler Olympic Plaza, and much more.
The Whistler Village Beer Festival brings together craft beer enthusiasts and festival lovers for an amazing celebration under the stunning Coast Mountains. The Main Event is two full days of outdoor tastings, live music, activities, and entertainment in the Whistler Olympic Plaza. The festival is bringing in over 120 beers from 50 different breweries located throughout British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest.
However, in typical Whistler fashion, there’s also lots of other things for you to do during the festival. Start your day mountain biking and end it at a cask night, the choice is yours!
Whistler Blackcomb Foundation’s TELUS Golf Classic
On September 14th, the annual TELUS Golf Classic returns to Whistler. The TELUS Golf Classic is known as one of Whistler’s best golf tournaments and is a major fundraiser for the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation. Start with a traditional Texas scramble and enjoy on-course tastings and activities along the way. After golf there’s a delicious dinner, auctions, presentations, and live entertainment for the participants.
Whistler Farmers Market
End your week at the festival by popping by the Whistler Farmers Market on Sunday, September 16th. Pick up a piece of Whistler to bring home with you – fresh produce, local art, and baked goods! The Whistler Farmers' Market features is a great family activity and a stellar way to wind-down after the Whistler Village Beer Festival.