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Jun 4, 2024
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Must Try Breweries in Toronto

Five different places to visit in order to stay refreshed and cool while still enjoying the gorgeous weather. Guilt-free and vibrant, enjoy your summer a little more with a cold one from one of the following places all located in downtown Toronto. Grab a friend, or a few and go today, tonight or tomorrow for a revitalizing experience.

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Left Field Brewery


Opening in 2013, this brewery is known for their base-ball inspired drinks, with a variety of hard seltzers, dark ales, IPAs, and lagers. Do not be fooled, as soon as hockey season hits there is a leafs inspired beer. Now, originally you could only find them in Leslieville however, they now have a second location in Liberty Village as well.

- 36 Wangstaff Dr, Toronto, On M4L 3W9
- 647-346-5001
- 11:00 am - 9:00 pm

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Steam Whistle Kitchen


This brewery is quite spacious with their seating being able to accommodate 100 people. They encourage you to come relax and indulge in a Steam Whistle pilsner or a delicious meal from their seasonal menu. The menu provides hand-crafted meals by Chef Calvin Lee and the food and beverages bring forth a contemporary yet canadian-based selection. Encouraging people to pick from their offerings of in-house beers, seltzers, Ontario wines, and they also have a bar rail. Enjoy while sitting on a beautiful patio overlooking the CN Tower.


- 255 Bremner Blvd Bay 6, Toronto, On M5V 3M9
- 416-362-2337
- 11:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Bellwoods Brewery


Known as a brewpub, this brewery just renovated their bar and dining hall. Offering people to order beer online and come pick up as well. Their exquisite selection on a variety of cold beers and large food menu will have you coming back for seconds. The brewery is right by Trinity Bellwoods park and can accommodate up to 100 people. Sit at a picnic table on the patio and enjoy the beautiful street and all its liveliness.


- 124 Ossington Avenue, Toronto, On M6J 2Z5
- Monday - Saturday 5:00pm - 11:00pm
- Sunday 5:00pm - 10:00pm


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Mill Street Brewery


This is Toronto’s first commercial mirco-brewry to open, located in the distillery district and known for the twenty-two handcrafted beers and ales they supply to the public. They have their own retail store as well where they sell a variety of beer and merchandise. They offer tours of the grounds to provide that fun lively experience along with that cold beer.


- 21 Tank House Lane, Toronto, On M5A 2C4
- 416-681-0888
- 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

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Radical Road Brewing Co


Located in south riverdale and running on wheels, this brewery is known for their services in supporting people with their corporate events and wedding parties. Presenting the perfect craft beer options and a muskoka setting you are bound to feel relaxed and just like you are sitting lake-side. Pull up a muskoka chair today and sit under the hawaiian themed patio.


- 1177 Queen Street East, Toronto, On M4M 1L5
- 647-797-8815
- 4:00 pm - 12:00 am

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Amsterdam Brewery

This brewery has locations in Leaside or try their main one right by the water. Brewing beer since 2012 with 65,000 square feet of space to enjoy and explore. Sit by the water, try one of the beers on tap and take a tour or go back for seconds and purchase from their retail store or online. They offer their favourite lager, IPA and crisp beer online. Whether you want to go out or stay home, this brewery adds flexibility to your evening.

- 245 Queens Quay West, Toronto, On M5J 2K9 OR 87 Laird Drive, Toronto, On M4G 3T7
- 416-504-1040
- 11:00 am - 9:00 pm


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