Five more breweries have been added to the growing lineup of the 2022 Windsor Craft Beer Festival taking place in Willistead Park.

The October 14-15 festival has been meticulously picking breweries and beers from across Ontario that we really feel Windsorites need to try and would love. Tickets to the festival are $29 in advance and includes $10 towards food and drink. Once the gates open each day, tickets will then be $50 cash at the gate.

We originally announced the first 8 breweries, then we announced 5 more. Now, here are yet another 5 breweries that you’ll be able to try at the Windsor Craft Beer Festival.




This Toronto brewery was founded in 2015 by Dustin and Brayden Jones and specializes in IPAs and sours. We can’t wait to announce what’s coming down the 401 for the Windsor Craft Beer Festival.




A Sarnia, Ontario, brewery with local connections (the owner is from LaSalle!), they’ll be making their very first trek to the Windsor Craft Beer Festival and bringing two of their staples (a cream ale and a chocolate peanut butter porter) and two seasonals (an Oktoberfest and a Pumpkin Spice ale).




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Their motto states “made with struggle and love”, but Godspeed beers are anything but a struggle to drink. This Toronto brewery focuses on traditional European recipes.




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This Chatham, Ontario, brewery is making a return to the festival with a wide variety of their seasonals. From a traditional English ale to raspberry wheat, we’re happy to welcome them back!




Gorgeous branding isn’t the only thing that’s great about this Hamilton, Ontario, brewery. Their beers are spectacular, too!