Hosted by NS Geocaching
Join us for an Ahoy Matey MM4 Flash mob, where attendees should dress up as a sailor, privateer, or least in a nautical theme. The event is in front of the Bluenose II on the public wharf during the week that Halifax is host to many Tall Ships over on the waterfront.
After the Flash mob, join us for a 60-minute, all-ages tour with samples for those 19+ (15-35 people). Sample the best of Halifax’s small batch brews, while interacting with informative staff, who are also up and coming musical artists.
Alexander Keith’s Brewery
1496 Lower Water Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Children 10 – 18 are $12.95 at the door.
- Children under 10 are free.
If we have not met our minimum number of 15 participants by July 24th, you will receive a refund. Space is limited – register today!
Animators in period costume and character bring 1863 Halifax to life in song and story as they lead guests through Alexander Keith’s beautifully detailed brew house and taproom.
Highlights of Mr. Keith’s life, Halifax history and our unique brewing process are just a few things you can look forward to learning about as you move through our beautiful venue. Your final destination is The Stags Head historic pub in what used to be the aging cavern of Mr. Keith’s original brewery. Incredible beers and a “Real Nova Scotian Good Time” – experience an award winning, one-of-a-kind event unlike any other in the world!
One of the oldest breweries in Canada, in a massive ironstone and granite building. A “jewel in the crown” of historical Halifax, Mr. Keith’s brewery was originally built in 1820. In 2000 the site was re-opened to the public as a premiere tourism destination.
For more details, visit: http://keiths.ca/#/