Specialty coffee festival comes to Toronto

Calling all java-jolting lovers! Toronto’s biggest specialty coffee festival, Beanstock, is happening Sat., May 26 and Sun., May 27 (8 a.m.to 6 p.m.) at 245 Queens Quay West, Harbourfront Centre. At $25 a person (children under 12 free #babyccino), your ticket includes a reusable Beanstock mug, a wooden token to trade with the roaster of your choice for a sample bag of coffee, a discount to the coffee subscription service The Roasters Pack, and access to educational sessions throughout the festival grounds. Oh, and unlimited coffee! You’re also free to spend as long as you like in the SCA (Speciality Coffee Association) education centre on the second floor or check out the National Barista Championships – think ‘Barista Olympics.’

“Toronto is considered one of the quickest growing cities for coffee culture in North America and is gaining a global reputation for producing incredible coffee and cafe experiences,” explains Grant Gamble, festival co-founder. “Beanstock is our chance to show off our specialty coffee craft and connect with people who not only love a great cup of coffee, but also care where it comes from.”

Limited tickets are available at beanstockfestival.coffee


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