Monday, November 4, 2019

The Best Tap Rooms in Toronto

The best tap rooms in Toronto are great places to try the newest and most exciting experiments from local craft brewers. They usually come with their own bottle shops, and often don't serve food but typically play host to lots of fun pop-ups.

Here are the best tap rooms in Toronto.

9 - Henderson Brewing

Sterling Road has this tap room complete with pinball machines and its own Rube Goldberg machine, where they come out with a new beer on the 15th of every month. Towering, steaming tanks are fully visible from the seating area.
11 - People's Pint

Collabs are constantly underway at this Junction Triangle tap room where there are a few food options, but you're also welcome to bring in your own food or order from surrounding restaurants.
4 - Black Lab Brewing

Bringing your pup to this Leslieville brewery is encouraged, where a wide range of beers from porters to pale ales can be downed in a dog-friendly environment.
6 - Junction Craft Brewing

Situated in the former Symes Destructor in the Stockyards District, high ceilings and tons of draft options plus regular local food offerings are what you'll find at this spacious tap room.
3 - Blood Brothers

Tucked away on industrial Geary Avenue, this illuminati-themed tap room is where to go for sours and strong beers as well as a selection of small bites like Scotch eggs produced in a dedicated kitchen.
10 - High Park Brewery

Head to Runnymede and St. Clair West to find this spacious tap room that's perfect for events, where beers are inspired by the local surroundings, including a cherry blossom beer.
8 - Kensington Brewing Company

Kensington Market has its very own brewery, tap room and bottle shop in the form of this tight tap room where you can see all the brewing equipment behind glass. Their signatures include a Market Pilsner and a Watermelon Wheat beer.
7 - Bellwoods Brewery (Hafis)

Bellwoods has this outpost near Lawrence and Keele with an expanded barrel-aging program and a focus on farmhouse and wild ales. It often ends up being less crowded than the Ossington brewery.
5 - Muddy York Brewing Co.

There's a steampunk vibe to this East York brewery serving beers in 12-ounce pints and five-ounce samples, such as porters, stouts, pale ales and sours.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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