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Issue 186

September 2018

Toronto Beer Week Edition

Beer Of The Month | Tap Feature | Good Tap | Trivia Night VI | Toronto Beer Week | Featured Shows


Beer Of The Month

Upside IPA

58 IBU, 6.8%

An unfiltered India Pale Ale exploding with grapefruit, peach, and tropical hop flavours. Upside uses Vermont ale yeast and has an intricately crafted malt profile which includes oats and flaked wheat, giving the beer a hazy appearance and a rounded, smooth mouthfeel. Bursting with fresh citrus flavours, this IPA is on the up and up!


Tap Feature

Halcyon Barrel House

Friday September 14, from 5 PM

Halcyon Barrel House, in Vankleek Hill, specializes in producing small batches of wild and sour ales, using European-style brewing traditions of mixed fermentation and aging in wood barrels, as well as bottle and keg conditioning. They will be bringing a whole lot of eastern funk down the 401 for the opening of Toronto Beer Week including Echo Chamber Dry Hopped Sour, Gravity Well Flanders Red, Seven Years Bad Luck Brett DIPA, Shifting Sands Sour Raspberry Ale, and Infinity Mirror Brett IPA.



A Buck-A-Beer For The Better: The Good Tap

She's Stout Of Your League

25 IBU, 5.0%

The Good Tap is a rotating tap featuring fresh flavourful brews curated by the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies. In collaboration with Amsterdam Brewery, the Ladies are offering She’s Stout Of Your League, an oatmeal vanilla stout during the month of September.

In case you’ve run out of reasons to drink great beer… Donations of $1 for every pint and $0.50 from every half pint will go directly to the Ladies charity of choice, the Canadian Women’s Foundation.


Trivia Night VI

Toronto Beer Week Edition

Wednesday September 19 at 8 PM

From the time that humans discovered the enlivening effect of fermented grain they have been having intense but generally inconsequential conversations about all manner of things. We will give beer and the culture it has inspired its props in our special Toronto Beer Week trivia night.


Toronto Beer Week

Ladies Saturday Night Beer Social

Saturday September 15 at 8 PM

The Society Of Beer Drinking Ladies are presenting a tap feature of brews made by women, some conversation inspired by female beer professionals, and testosterone-free socializing.

Collective Arts Beer Dinner

Thursday September 20, available between 5 and 10 PM, $40

Our chef, Randy, is teaming up with Collective Arts Brewing and presenting four-course dinner with four matching brews (5 ounce servings):

Porter & Onion Soup with brie crostini - Stranger Than Fiction Porter

Confit Duck Spring Rolls and Asian vegetable slaw - Guava Gose

Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon with garlic confit fingerling potatoes, roast corn & red pepper sucotash - Way Before Hash Tags IPA with Spruce Tips

Cayenne & Chocolate Mousse with macerated peaches - Passionfruit & Peach Dry-Hop Sour

No advance tickets, just drop in any time between 5 and 10 on Thursday September 20 and enjoy.

Best Of Toronto Beer Week Festival

Friday/Saturday September 21/22, from 5 PM to midnight

C’est What’s 31st annual Fall Festival Of Canadian Craft Breweries will feature the best beers showcased during Toronto Beer Week. There will be four dozen beers to try each night and, as has been the custom for the past three decades, admission is free with most beer samples available for a loonie. Check our Untappd menu in the days leading up to festival for the full lineup.


Featured Show

Craig Robertson

Saturday September 29 at 8:30 PM, $15 at the door (includes CD) 

Craig Robertson is a Toronto-based singer/songwriter/musician who has been performing for over 30 years in the vein of Canadian songwriters Matthew Good and Ron Sexsmith.

Craig's latest album Everything Will Pass is "reminiscent of the melancholic vibe of artists such as Nick Drake or Elliott Smith, but with a little more lightness to it, and an outlook towards classic sounds such as Neil Young-inspired folk rock" - Indie Music Album Reviews.




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