Libations

 

Every single drink served at the Lillooet Harvest Festival has been curated by the H&G Society to reflect a taste of Lillooet and our region. Whether it be a 100% Lillooet estate grown wine, or a 100 Mile House brew, our festival strives to give you the best this place has to offer. 

 
 

LOCAL WINE

Fort Berens Winery

This award-winning estate winery is also the host of the Harvest Festival. Enjoy a glass of wine while walking around the sunny grounds, or sample inside their air-conditioned tasting room.

 

Craft Beer

Jackson's Social Club and Brew House

A new arrival to the festival this year will be making the trip from 100 Mile House with their masterfully-crafted, ales, lagers, and Belgian blondes. 

 

ORGANIC DISTILLERY

Pemberton Distillery

A festival favourite, owners Tyler and Lorien Schramm, prepare a unique cocktail with spirits made from ripe Lillooet fruits picked at Riley Creek Farm.

 

 

Culinary

 

FOOD TRUCK

Smoke Shack 99

Honest chow. Hailing from Whistler, B.C., the Smoke Shack dishes out farm-to-table goodness, and the Lillooet Harvest festival is fortunate they'll be joining us as part of their provincial circuit.

 

The kitchen at fort berens

Chef Jean-Sebastien

The Kitchen has been an inspiration for Lillooet area ranchers and market gardeners. Chef JS finds a way to showcase Lillooet terroir into every dish.

 

 

Farms

 
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J.A.R Farm

Alex Reynolds

J.A.R. Enterprises is a thriving local food hub catering to the Lillooet community and visitors passing through the area.  Innovative and sustainable growing practices allows J.A.R. to tap into niche markets and maintain a small ecological footprint.

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harvesters of organic hops

Hop Farmer Sam

HOOH does one thing really well: harvest organic hops. You'll find organic hops from Lillooet in every beer served at the festival. Keep an eye out for other hop-inspired drinks and food at the festival.

 

FARMA C

Christoph

One man, two fields... of melons, tomatoes, squash, and anything else 'heirloom' that he can convince to grow under the intense Lillooet summer sunshine. Make sure you say hi to Farma C at the festival and ask him to show you his melons... 

texas creek ranch

The 'TCRers'

This 165-acre ranch grows some of the finest hay in the region. With their experimental 5 acre vineyard, they are quickly learning that the ranch also supports rare and unique table and wine grape varietals.

A growing list of farms will be contributing their fresh and local foods, including: