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Where we visit.
Amsterdam Brewery first opened their doors in 1986, bringing fresh, local and original brews to the City of Toronto. The Brewhouse on Queens Quay brings handcrafted food and craft beer together on the waterfront. The production facility and taproom is open 364 days a year in the Leaside neighbourhood. Whether you’re looking for a small batch Adventure Brew, hops forward Boneshaker IPA or versatile 3 Speed Lager, Amsterdam Brewery has the Dam Good Beer you’re looking for.
Eastbound Brewing Co.
Nestled into a space once occupied by a theatre in the 1930s, Eastbound Brewing Company has set up a brewery and kitchen where everything can be seen. After all, great beer and food has nothing to hide, and its part of the thinking here. At Eastbound Brewing Company, you’re immersed in a true craft beer experience from the moment you walk through the door.
Junction Craft Brewing
Inspired by the rich history of West Toronto’s railway district, known as the Junction, Junction Craft Brewing has been brewing balanced, flavourful versions of diverse beer styles since they opened their doors in 2011.
Junction Craft Brewing is committed to brewing high-quality, hand-crafted beers and is best known for its signature Conductor’s Craft Ale. Much like how the railways of yesteryear and today joined communities together, the good folks at Junction Craft Brewing continue the tradition of bringing people together over great locally made craft beer! Junction Craft Brewing will soon have a new home in the historic Symes Road Incinerator, a beautiful Art Deco building built by the City of Toronto in 1934.
Steam Whistle Brewing
Steam Whistle Brewing has become recognized across Canada for doing one thing, really really well. Their benchmark (and only!) brew is a wonderfully crisp Czech-style Pilsner brewed according to traditional brewing standards in the restored historic John Street Round House. Steam Whistle Brewing celebrates the glory days when the iconic steam whistle would blow, signaling the end of a hard, honest day of work–much like the work behind every bottle of Steam Whistle Pilsner.
Left Field Brewery
Inspired by the sport they love, Left Field Brewery continues to knock it out of the ballpark with great beer that is about great taste and good times. With brews like the Eephus Oatmeal Brown Ale, Maris* Pale Ale and Laser Show Vermont Style IIPA, it’s clear to see how full-flavoured beers are what make Left Field a must-try.
Muddy York Brewing Co.
Muddy York Brewing Co. gets its name from a disparaging term used to describe the early settlement then known as York, which became the thriving metropolis of Toronto. Rainy days wreaked havoc on the city, turning its unpaved streets into impassable muddy roadways. It was a time of hard work and new beginnings, where folks took pride in their craft and built things to last.
We here at Muddy York Brewing Co. feel much the same way about our beer. We take a ‘less is more’ approach to brewing. All of our beers are handcrafted, remarkably drinkable and well balanced. We take pride in the details because it’s the details that make good beers great.
We look forward to seeing you here at our brewery. We’ll save you a seat at the bar.
Rorshach Brewing Co.
As a small brewery and tasting room, at Rorschach we intend to experiment with different brewing styles, unique ingredients and innovative techniques, but we will always have a heavy focus on the specific styles of beer that we enjoy to brew and drink. We believe these to be hop-forward beers that emphasize hop aroma and flavour over hop bitterness, as well as saison and mixed-fermentation farmhouse style beers that are dry, effervescent and intriguingly complex. We hold balance and drinkability to be the goals that we strive for in the beers that we create.
Saulter Street Brewery
The second you step into this restored once-upon-a-time stables, you know you’re in a special place. Having opened its big red door in 2016, Saulter Street Brewery specializes in a crisp, wonderfully amber pilsner that is as unique as the Riverdale neighbourhood where its tucked away behind a row of houses. Their beer swung them into the hands of thousands of cirque-goers as the official beer of a recent Toronto Cirque du Soleil performance. Cheers to that!