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Kiwanis AleFest back after two-year hiatus

After a two year hiatus, the enormously popular Kiwanis AleFest event in downtown Prince George will return on January 27-28, 2023.

This January, Kiwanis AleFest will host over a dozen craft breweries, plus local cideries and wineries, and several local restaurants at the Two Rivers Gallery in downtown Prince George. With more than 50 different craft beverages to sample, an inspired selection of complimentary local food, silent auction, 50/50 draws, music, and art, this year’s AleFest weekend is sure to impress.

If you’re not able to snag a ticket to one of the tasting sessions, you can still participate in the Kiwanis AleFest Crawl. This free to attend event will feature several exclusive cask ales at select downtown establishments, as well as an incredible prize package to be won.

“We are so excited to bring this event back to downtown Prince George after two long years,” said Kiwanis AleFest Chair, Bailee Toll said. “We are looking forward to seeing everyone there to sample and enjoy the craft beer and food that our northern region has to offer.”

The Kiwanis Club of Prince George is also looking for volunteers to donate their time and help out at this
fun event. You can sign up to be a volunteer at

Tickets will go on sale December 3 at 10 a.m. PST. To buy tickets, or for more information on the
Kiwanis AleFest weekend, visit the website at:

Kiwanis AleFest: Started in 2015, the event has had tremendous support from the community and has grown steadily each year. Hosted in the heart of the city, all events occur in downtown Prince George. Every year, the funds raised from Kiwanis Ale Fest goes to sponsor a community room at the Ronald McDonald House BC, local charities, and to build a fund for a future Kiwanis legacy capital project for kids in the community.

● Kiwanis AleFest event returns after two-year covid pause, on January 27-28, 2023
● Tickets go on sale December 3, 10 a.m. PST (must be 19+ to attend)
● The festival features three Tasting Sessions held at the Two Rivers Gallery, and an all weekend Cask Beer Crawl at select downtown establishments.



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