Big Hill Bottles & Bites – Not Your Average Food Festival




Who here thinks they are a foodie?

Who here just likes to eat and drink?

Turns out, both types can get what they want, at the upcoming ‘Big Hill Bottles & Bites’ event on Saturday, March 9th, 2019!

Cochrane and area food and beverage enthusiasts will want to fill their Instagram feeds with high-quality offerings from over 15 independent and local vendors, at this ‘not so average food festival’, committed to using locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible.

Organized by local not-for-profit the Cochrane Culinary & Producers Collective, this event is designed to highlight and bring awareness to local independent food producers, as well as connect restaurants and chefs with local food sources. This event, “was born from an idea to encourage collaboration between food artisans, to create connections with producers and to educate consumers about the blossoming culinary scene in Cochrane and area,” says event producer Callandra Caufield.

Food & Craft beverage partners include:

– Fence & Post
– Krang Spirits
– Vinestone Wine Co.
– The Boot Cochrane
– My Greek Plate
– Mehtab East Indian Cuisine
– SUNNY SIDE UP Cochrane
– Rocky View Brewing Company
– The Gentry Espresso & Wine Bar
– Half Hitch Brewing Company
– Cochrane Coffee Traders
– The Avenue Cakery & Bakeshoppe
– Parthena Extra Virgin Olive Oil
– Fallentimber Meadery
– Spirits West Wine and Liquor Merchants

Producers Include:

– Summit Hill Farm
– Expedition Jerky
– Hive and Harvest
– Solstice Berry Farm
– Real Treat Kitchen
– SG Bespoke Chocolates
– WineGlass Ranch

Early bird tickets for this 18+ event are $100 per person until February 25th.

Tickets after the 25th of February will be $120 per person.

Note: There will be no additional costs above the ticket price and each guest will enjoy the equivalent of a three course meal with beverage pairings.


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Samantha Nickerson

Samantha is the Founder of and is also the Lead Content Creator. She is a community inspired individual who is always looking for better ways to serve and connect the community, whether it be through the sharing of stories or organizing local events.

Samantha also designs websites & is a digital marketer.

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Written by Samantha Nickerson