"A group of songwriters in a circle taking turns singing their songs."
Don't tell on us if we bend the very (not) strict rules and play along with each other here and there! This tour is all about self-expression and letting every personality shine through; fun, chill, and open. So get those feelings ready!
Manantler Craft Brewing Co.'s always got good things goin' on, in the fridge, on tap, and on stage!
Abel Renton [ The Micronite Filters ]
Pat Maloney returns to Manantler for a Sunday Matinee show
A true red and white travelling songwriter, Pat Maloney has performed a thousand times in the last few years all over Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States. He's a casual strummer who sings in a rich baritone, stomping away and whistling like no other. Three full length albums deep, Pat's catalogue is diverse in character & feel. A committed genre hopper, his music is inclusive and free of pretension. The one thing his songs have in common is that they all tell stories. Real stories, with real heart and a healthy sense of humour.
Our first ever Pop Up Shop: My Fit Little Foodie
Sunday March 25th immediately following beer Yoga
MENU: Berry Smoothie Bowl with Toppers & Sauce (16oz) - $7
African Peanut Curry Stew (24oz) - $8
Split Pea Soup (24oz) - $8
Pumpkin Spice Granola (16oz) - $7
Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites (8pc) - $10
* Soups & stews made for take homes *
One of our favourites Cale Crowe is back in the brewery!
They call him a one-man band. A triumph.
Coming to the world from the hills of Alderville First Nation in Ontario, Canada, Cale Crowe was fuelled by music since he could tie his shoes and has been taking audiences on a turbulent journey since he first picked up a guitar at 13.
Singer-songwriter but actually, just a waitress. Robyn Ottolini comes from a small town in Ontario where she busts tables and gladly writes songs about it. So far Robyn has tackled the Boots and Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase, Diamonds in the Rough Showcase at the CCMAs, Aurora Magna Hoedown and hopes to continue playing her stories. Raised on country music and good beer, Robyn is sure to connect with many people from all other.
Love yoga? Love beer?
Start your St. Patricks Day celebrations early with Debbie Smith and Ann O'Brien with an 11:30am Beer Yoga class in collaboration with Manantler Brewery!!
$25 plus hst includes a 1 hour yoga class, one pint of beer for during yoga and a sampler flight of 3 craft beers post yoga class. Prize for best dressed St. Patty's day themed yoga attire!
Doors open at 10:45am
Bring: yoga mat, towel, water.
Wear: GREEN! or your best St. Patty's day themed attire that you can do yoga in.
Quiet Earth make their Manantler Debut!
Quiet Earth is a beer-induced headache hailing from Toronto, ON. The sludge medal band currently consists of two members: Ian Steadman (bass & drums) and Mark Tremblay (guitar & vocals).
ITS BA JOHNSON!
yeppers its another stellar night in the burbs with your hosts BA Johnston and Toronto's Mad Ones. Expect a night of song and sweat in Bowmanvilles finest craft brewery housed in an abandoned factory of some kind
5$ show is early doors 8 done by 11
Craft beer and live music at that great little basement brewery in Bowmanville. Daniel Greer will be swapping sets back and forth with Personhood, expect lots of original material for this one, and whatever happens once the beers get flowing!
Kylie Fox and the Hound make their Manantler debut!
Kylie Fox and the Hound are gaining traction as an upcoming folk-rock trio. Canadian singer songwriter Kylie Fox combines sincere poetry with distinctive melodies and she has become widely recognized as a storyteller foremost, telling her tales with unvarnished honesty and wit. She brings a freshness to a classic genre with a voice that paints her lyrics with the sentiment as if she is recounting a story for the first time. She is joined by The Hound, Stephen Bennett and Justin Trueman.
Rory Taillon returns to Manantler
Rory Taillon is an independent musician currently working out of Ottawa Ontario. As a full time musician Rory has toured extensively throughout Ontario and Canada's east coast with his first two releases "Closure" and "it's not black & white" playing at venues and festivals, and performing on radio and television.