Attending the Canadian American Beer Festival is a great way to enjoy a sensory experience and sample some of the best craft beers in the country. But what about smoking and cannabis? Is there a designated smoking area?The answer is yes! Smoking is allowed outside, only in designated areas. The “PoTio” will be created in an outdoor area that is normally reserved for cigarette smokers in the provincially owned Ontario Place. Children under 21 years of age will not be admitted to the festival.
Designated drivers, like everyone else, must show valid photo identification before being admitted to the festival. Food will be available for sale at local food trucks. However, food is not included in the ticket price. Smoking will not be allowed inside the exhibition center, but there will be a designated smoking area. The Toronto Craft Beer Festival is embracing the changing landscape and sees its exclusive space for smoking and vaping cannabis as a celebration of the legalization of marijuana. Abi Roach, a cannabis activist and entrepreneur, is creating PoTio with the help of a marketing company.
People attending the festival can travel freely between PAIRED and the Great American Beer Festival. The Brewers Association also promotes and protects American craft beer, American craft brewers, and the beer enthusiast community. Many beer lovers line up well in advance to attend the festival, and there will most likely be a queue at the entrance to the Great American Beer Festival. One of the best perks of being a member of the American Home Brewers Association is using your membership card to get discounts at breweries, breweries, and beer bars across the country through offers for AHA members. All guests at the Great American Beer Festival are expected to drink responsibly and to ensure they have a safe and responsible mode of transportation before leaving the facility. Official Great American Beer Festival merchandise will be available in Hall D, where you'll find all kinds of souvenirs. The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) and its producer, the Brewers Association, are following local, state and federal guidelines and will follow the guidelines in effect at the time of the event. So if you're planning on attending this year's Canadian American Beer Festival, you can rest assured that there will be a designated smoking area for those who wish to partake in cannabis or tobacco products.