Nine day celebration of craft beer in Ontario

Ontario Craft Beer Week is a province-wide festival that celebrates the independent, locally-based craft beer industry in Ontario and exposes consumers to the premium quality and culture of Ontario craft beer.

Organized by Ontario Craft Brewers®, Ontario Craft Beer Week first launched in June 2010, with 25 craft brewers and their licensee partners hosting 110 events across the province. OCB Week 2016 will feature 70+ craft brewers producing hundreds of events in communities throughout Ontario.

OCB Week events are hosted at breweries, pubs, restaurants and event venues across Ontario in cities such as Toronto, Guelph, London, Ottawa and communities from Cambridge to Vankleek Hill and from Thunder Bay to Niagara. With special events ranging from intimate to festival, OCB Week is designed to expose consumers to the craft beer experience through tasting events, brewery tours, meet the brewmaster, cask, cooking demonstrations, food pairings, beer dinners, music nights, brewery collaborations and one-offs, exciting online contests and much more.

2016 Committee: OCB Week is an initiative of the Ontario Craft Brewers, the association of small, local, independently-owned craft breweries in Ontario.

OCB Week is organized by a working committee of experienced craft brewery associates, the OCB Week committee is comprised of a talented and committed group of representatives from several OCB member breweries.

OCB funding provided by the Government of Ontario.

For more information on the Ontario Craft Beer Week, please email:

To host an OCB Week event: you must work with an OCB member brewery/breweries to arrange the event. The brewery rep will submit event details to

OCB Week events and promotions should ONLY include LOCAL, INDEPENDENT craft breweries in Ontario.