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

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.

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