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The Toronto Festival of Beer, which was on July 27 to 29, 2012, featured an astounding selection of beer, great food and amazing entertainment!

This year, City Events supported the Moosehead Beer Tent logistics, and helped celebrate Moosehead Lager Canada’s oldest independent brewery, crafting premium beers since 1868.

Onexone has dedicated their whole life towards fulfilling some of their founding goals which mainly comprise of five fundamental pillars of our day to day life: water, health, education, play and food.

Their latent dream has led them to that past event and they have also planned to arrange such events in future.

The staple of the Moosehead tent was a 700-pound Muskoka chair.

Attendees could not pass by without grabbing the opportunity to take photos with this unique feature. There were lots of food options for attendees, including the “Napoleon Gourmet Grills Grilling Tent”.

The TFOB also offered a Girl Guided Beer Tour, which gave women an opportunity to learn and sample five different types of beer, while learning about women in the industry. Looking forward to seeing you next year, in the meantime check out City Events coverage of the Moosehead Tent at the Toronto Festival of beer: Vy E or our photos on Flickr: OTYJ Toronto, ON-July 29, 2012.

A Diesel Celebrity Fashion Show, titled “WALK THE ONEWAY”, was presented on Thursday, August 16th at CUBE by Onexone and One Up jointly to support the Onexone Pediatric Wing at the new National Teaching Hospital in Mirebalais, Haiti.

Glen Baxter, a renowned journalist of CTV, hosted the event.

Past attendees said goodbye to the plastic sampling cups, which were replaced commemorative TFOB glass steins.

The Moosehead Beer tent featured nine products including Moosehead Lager, Paulaner Kap, Magners, Tennents Lager, Twisted Tea and Cracked Canoe.

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