This Sunday, September 29, BrOktoberfest is back. The shindig is organized by Brock Shepherd, founder of Kensington Brewing Company, and hosted by everyone’s favourite drinking buddy, Kevin Brauch. There’ll be less traditional German fare in favour of Canadian craft beers, sausages by Cuban pop-up Completo and life-sized Jenga. In addition, BrOktoberfest will be your first opportunity to try KBCo’s new beer, Tilt, a sessionable beer that seamlessly attaches tropical flavours to the hops to make a balanced and unique brew.
It all sounds too good to be true, so I sent Brock a few questions to help me wrap my head around the concept of the event – and, of course, to get all the insider info on Tilt.