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The 5 Best Spots in Toronto for a Beer and a Bite

The 5 Best Spots in Toronto for a Beer and a Bite

After spending some time in Vancouver I’ve come to realize how much West Coasters love their beer! It seems every restaurant and bar serves local libations and steer away for the big brands that first put Canada on the beer...
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17th Avenue Will Get its First Restaurant Brewery in 2015

We’ve been anxiously waiting to find out what would become of the former Melrose Bar on 17th Avenue, and with demolition crews hard now at work, the word is out. Within the year, the Trolley Five Brewery and Restaurant will be the new spot to quench your thirst
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Bellwoods Brewery is Bringing You More Beer

Yes, you did read that correctly. Your favourite Ossington brewer is getting a second location – with a lot more space. With a tentative and hopeful 2015 summer opening in the works, Bellwoods 2.0 is taking over the space at 950 Dupont to put in place a production brewery and barrel room
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Good News, Montreal Beer Buffs: Lorbeer Is Here

Lorbeer, one half of the Laurier BBQ revamp, is officially complete. Lorbeer is a no-frills, authentic craft beer bar that’s all about good vibes, great eats, and a welcoming staff, the type of place that begs you to stick around for one last round. Whether you're an in-the-know hops-head or just fancy a pint after work, Lorbeer will be your craft brew haven
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6 Reasons You Should Check Out The Honda Indy

The Honda Indy is coming to town and we're giving you all the reasons you need to shift gears this weekend and settle in to some racing action. And if you don’t consider yourself a race fan, we’ve got one thing to say to you: Step behind the wheel
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Wise Bar: A Smart Decision for Beer Lovers

Bellwoods Brewery knows beer. So it’s no wonder that spending two years behind the bar there has lead to Tamara Wise opening up her own beer-happy spot on Bloor West, Wise Bar. Having just opened, Wise assures us that she’ll soon be offering up to 25 different cans and bottles, both local and from around the world, to match her mostly Ontario draught list
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