Saturday, April 13, 2013

Come Celebrate Church-Key Brewing Company's 4th Annual Spring Revival May 4th

Campbellford, ON


Craft brewery Church-Key Brewing Company will welcome the return of warm weather on Saturday May 4th with their annual Spring Revival festival, held onsite at the church-turned-brewery just outside of Campbellford. The event which runs from 11am to 7 pm features live music all day, a variety of award-winning and new craft beers on tap, as well as food and activities to entertain.

The festivities kick off at 11 am with opening ceremonies featuring Trenton’s 8th Wing Pipe and Drum, and a cask-tapping of Church-Key’s newest beer, a bold, hoppy IPA. Local favourite The Muddy Hack will headline the variety of bands, with live music throughout the day. Ramblin’ Pit will be setting up their portable smokehouse onsite, serving up pulled pork and brisket on a fresh Dooher’s bun.

A variety of Church-Key’s craft beers will be available on tap for the day, including Northumberland Ale, West Coast Pale Ale, and their signature red, as well as some newly brewed styles for release this spring. The festival will further its green initiatives this year by serving in a souvenir Spring Revival glass, which will reduce waste.

Throughout the day, planned activities include a team-based trivia tournament called “Reach for the Tap,” in which teams of four will compete for prizes. Teams can pre-register by emailing info@churchkeybrewing.com, or may also sign up on the spot. Church-Key’s founder and owner John Graham will also be attempting to beat the World Record for “Most Beer Bottles Uncapped in One Minute,”(currently 110).

In its 11th year, Spring Revival is Church-Key’s signature fundraising event for 2013. Funds raised will benefit the local music program Blues in the School, which pairs working musicians with school-aged children to encourage and develop their musical talent. Additional information about Blues in the School can be found at:

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