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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

The Best Brewpubs in Toronto

The best brewpubs in Toronto provide not only some of the best beer but also the best food in town, made from scratch on the premises. When you're not just thirsty but hungry too, hit up these spots for craft suds and grub.

Here are the best brewpubs in Toronto.

6 - Blood Brothers

Geary Avenue is home to this brewery that does everything from sours to strong beers and dark beers now serves a food menu of small plates like Scotch eggs.
4 - Bellwoods Brewery

Gaze down on brewing operations from the upper level of this restaurant or out on Ossington from the patio while sipping city favourites and munching bar fare like delicious fries.
3 - Burdock

This combination venue and bar in Bloordale continues to win beer fans over with their elegant styles and funky plates, and comes complete with a bottle shop and patio.
8 - Godspeed Brewery

Asian influences are incorporated into both the beer and food at this Little India brewery from one of the minds behind Montreal's Dieu du Ciel!
5 - Bandit Brewery

This brewpub in Roncesvalles Village has a star patio and phenomenal food menu that includes weekend brunch, plus a convenient bottle shop for quick pickups.
10 - Eastbound Brewing Company

The food is as good as the wide range of beers brewed in house at this Riverside bar, from Dunkelweizens to saisons, APAs and goses. Tip: don’t skip dessert.
7 - Indie Alehouse

A menu of pizzas and house brewed beer to wash it down is what you'll find at this Junction brewpub. They're known for their Couchsurfer, Instigator and 11 per cent Cockpuncher IPAs.
9 - Rorschach Brewing

This Leslieville brewpub has a rooftop patio and a globally inspired menu where live music frequently takes place. Expect everything from pomegranate dessert lagers to double dry hopped IPAs.
11 - Northern Maverick

On Bathurst just north of King, you'll find this brewpub with brunch and a gigantic summer patio. Seek out eccentric finds such as a white truffle pilsner or blueberry boysenberry gose in the bottle shop.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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