First Tapping & Tasting of Liquid Art Fest Tropical Milkshake IPA at Craft Beer Market

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Ontario’s beer and art scenes are diverse and largely celebrated. So, it comes as no surprise that Collective Arts are enjoying great success!

On May 7th at Craft Beer Market on Adelaide, Collective Arts celebrated Toronto’s beautiful Spring and Summer weather with the new Liquid Art Fest Tropical Milkshake IPA: a tropical, full-bodied milkshake IPA with vanilla, mango and passionfruit flavours paired with Simcoe and Citra hops. With its opacity and orange colour due to the Vermont ale yeast, lactose and fruit puree, it almost looks like a tropical milkshake!

After time to sip and mingle, guests were shown to a dining area where Brewmaster Ryan Morrow guided guests through a beer tasting where attendees tried three beers, all perfect for cooling down or partying it up in the hot weather, accompanied by yummy yet hearty bites paired with the beers to bring out their true flavour.

Guests were sent home with collectible beer mats featuring the work of emerging artists, information about the new beers, and some beverages to enjoy at home. Have some art you want featured on a can of your favourite beer? Every six months, Collective Arts has a Call for Art (to which you can submit your art here). The submissions are curated by a team of experts to bring to you another beautiful, varied series. Their series 9 of artwork features art from 46 emerging artists, and their series 10, launching soon, is sure to impress yet again.

If you missed this event, have no fear! Collective Arts will be showcasing their Liquid Art IPA again at their art, music and beer festival on June 15 and 16 in Hamilton. Here, you’ll be the first in Canada to try beers from some of many 52 Brewers from Europe, Asia and the US while listening to live music by Juno-award winning artists like The Beaches, Charly Bliss, Mt. Joy and more! The art doesn’t stop there – there will be street art by German Art Collective The Weird and UK-based artist Loch-Ness. Also at the festival: Food trucks, beer yoga from Lululemon, Banksy exhibit, screen print shop, tattoo pop-up and barber shop! Check out their website for more information: http://liquidartbrewfest.com/

About Collective Arts: Founded by Matt Johnston and Bob Russell, Collective Arts is an Ontario-based craft beer brewer that combines great, local beer with the talent of emerging artists, musicians and filmmakers. They believe that creativity fosters creativity, and that creativity yields delicious pints.

Come discover the new outstanding Kimpton Saint George hotel for your next event!

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Starters

Kimpton St. George is a beautiful new hotel that will open this summer in midtown Toronto, with quick access to more than two dozen distinct neighborhoods.  If you walk east, you’ll be in the upscale Yorkville, with its upscale retailers and restaurants, and if you west, you can discover multiple independent shops, restaurants, bars and discrete music venues as well as world-class museums in the Annex.

 

Main-features

If you need a productive meeting with a relaxing atmosphere or if you want an intimate and personalized event, Kimpton Saint George event space is the place for you! This new venue has the latest technologies and multimedia capabilities.

With elegant and contrasting looks, you can move from their pre-functional space to their bright Peregrine room which can accommodate up to 100 people in theatre style seating.

 

Sides

The Fortunate Box is a hip gastropub located in the Kimpton Saint George Hotel, offering you a refreshing and familiar experience paired with a great selection of local craft beers and cocktails.

 

Dessert – The icing

The Kimpton Global Business Program offers you small to mid-size business easy access to our hotels everywhere, with special rates and exclusive offers. Click here for more information.

Website:  http://www.kimptonsaintgeorge.com/

Hours:  

Monday – Friday:

6:00 a.m. – Late

Saturday & Sunday

8:00 a.m. – Late

Address: 280, Bloor Ouest Street Toronto, ON, Canada 

(416) 968-0010

Contact: (416) 968-0010

 

Schmooze Finalé, Join Us After Work ONE LAST TIME!

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As most of you may know, Maison Mercer is closing its doors due to the Nobu development in the near future.  Due to popular demand and people asking when the next Schmooze is, Maison Mercer is hosting this popular patio event ONE LAST TIME!

After a hard day’s work, spending a summer evening with friends and colleagues is the best way to relax.  SCHMOOZE offers a spectacular view of the horizon, offering refreshing beverages on the terrace, relax after work while enjoying the barbecue.

 

Cover is free, however, there will be an optional donation at the door with all proceeds going to The Canadian Cancer Society.

Music by Spence Diamonds

Presented by STOLI

 

When: Friday June 22,  2018 – 5pm-11pm

Where: Maison Mercer, 15 Mercer St.

Site web: www.maisonmercer.com

Let’s celebrate to the winners of the 5 to watch in Sports Marketing

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George Brown College is excited to announce the 2018 5 to Watch winners! Congratulations to the top talent in the sports business industry. Let join this year’s 5 To Watch – Canada’s Sports Business Awards. Don’t miss a chance to attend one of the best sports business events in Canada.

Join this celebration of Canadian excellence on June 21st at George Brown College’s Waterfront campus. Don’t miss a chance to support the 2018 sports business awards winners, network with the who’s who of the Canadian sports business industry, and simply enjoy a night to remember.
The 5 to Watch Awards are presented annually to five Canadian sports business professionals who have achieved remarkable career success prior to their 40th birthdays. This ground-breaking event has become a “must-attend” within the Canadian sports marketing industry and sets the standard for identifying the next generation of industry captains.
Over 400 sports business professionals every year join together to network and celebrate the winners. All proceeds from the awards show benefit student awards and bursaries at George Brown’s Centre for Business.

Learn more information of 5 To Watch: http://5towatch.ca/login.aspx?company=GBC

You’re invited! Managing for Growth: Increasing Shareholder Value Through Focused Accountability

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Hogg, Shain & Scheck, one of our clients, a professional services firm providing audit, tax, and advisory services, is excited to announce that Hogg, Shain & Scheck will be hosting a seminar as part of the Managing for Growth series.

The seminar is on Thursday, June 21, 2018 at the Westin Prince Toronto by Neville Joffe. He will break down how to increase shareholder value through focused accountability of your business.

Neville Joffe is the creator of the AME Learning System, a resource providing an innovative instructional approach that helps accelerate the teaching and learning of foundational finance and accounting. Neville has trained with many of the world’s leading companies including Hallmark Cards, Campbell’s Sound, Molson, and many more reputable companies.

Seminar key takeaways

  • How to incentivise employees to drive the right behaviours
  • Ideas to establish a culture of accountability, resulting in an improvement to profit margins, sustainable cash flow and ROI
  • How profit margins affect your net income and financial stability
  • Will discounts harm or help your operations
  • Does faster inventory turnover and collections of accounts receivable help or hinder your business
  • Are your targets realistic

For more information on how to purchase tickets, please click here https://www.hss-ca.com/events/

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