Edmonton International BeerFest

March 21-23 2024

Edmonton Convention Centre

Celebrating the appreciation of beer from around the world.

Every year, beer lovers from around the world gather and toast to tradition, the future, and all things that are beer at the Edmonton International BeerFest. The Event Features; Hundreds of beers from around the world, eight bands, roving entertainment (stilt walkers, magicians, street performers), two stages with live entertainment, BeerSchool and so much more.

The Edmonton International BeerFest has In-person training in the Cicerone Certification Program.  Master Cicerones Neil Witte will be onsite for a full day of education in the Cicerone Certification Program.

Cheers to Beers at the Edmonton International BeerFest the home for beer lovers from all over the world.

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