Every year Bicycle Craft Brewery throws a biergarten party. The brilliantly simple germanic concept combines “beer” & “garden”. These, obviously, popular spaces serve beer in an outdoor setting.
Bicycle is bringing the German-experience to Industrial Avenue. June 1st, from noon to 7pm, the east-end brewery is hosting the event in their backyard.
In an industry full of great stories and nice people, Bicycle co-founders Fariborz and Laura Behzadi are some of the friendliest in the local beer scene. The brewery opened in 2014, making it one of the oldest in Ottawa. Still, they work to stay engaged in the community and continue to release new brews and styles, including their popular milkshake IPA series.
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Have you marked your calendar yet?! Bicycle’s Backyard Biergarten is only 10 days away! Join us here at the brewery on Saturday June 1 from 12pm-7pm for our huge outdoor bash! New Bicycle beers, awesome local eats by @biteburgerhouse and @themomospot , DJ and live music, all with no admission! If you’d like to join the Bicycle team for the day and volunteer with us, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org – we’ll make sure you never go thirsty 👍🍻☀️🚴♂️
The good hosts will be serving up a dozen of their brews. They are also bringing in live music and have invited Bite Burger House and The Momo Spot to serve up food. The event will have live music plus a DJ and will be dog-friendly. Fittingly, the biergarten will donating to the Ottawa Humane Society to continue Bicycle’s partnership that began with Dog Day Sundays.
“We always envisioned a traditional style Biergarten that’s open to everyone, and a gathering place for the community with good food, music and great beer,” says co-founder Laura, “We’re really proud to be a part of the Ottawa community while being family (and dog!) friendly and our Biergarten is an extension of that.”
Bring the whole family, dog included, out to celebrate with Bicycle Craft Brewery!
Bicycle’s Backyard Biergarten is happening at 850 Industrial Avenue on Saturday June 1 from 12pm–7pm. Admission is free.