Best new brewpubs in Toronto

Lately, Toronto has seen a surge in new brewpubs. Whether it’s breweries with an amazing food menu or a pub focusing on local craft brews, they all have one thing in common: an amazing beer selection and delicious eats! Here are the best new brewpubs in Toronto.[Photo of King Taps by Libby Roach]

Godspeed Brewery

242 Coxwell Ave, Toronto, ON M4L 3B2

Godspeed Brewery opened a little over a month ago and the people of Toronto have taken notice. Instead of going the German route, Godspeed decided to let Japan inspire them. Served izakaya-style, Godspeed offers sharing plates and Japanese influenced dishes that pair nicely with the expertly crafted beer.

Rorschach Brewing Co.

1001 Eastern Ave, Toronto, ON M4L 1A8

A casual spot in the East End, Rorschach Brewing is known for its crisp beers and massive space. The 100-seat patio saw Torontonian flock to the new spot during the summer months, but the delicious food and craft beer kept them coming back. The menu is a mix of cultures including Polish, German, Jamaican and Japanese.

Eastbound Brewing Co.

700 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1G9

Eastbound Brewing Co. brews its beer on site, and offers a great selection on tap that includes other local breweries, too. The brewpub menu includes small plates, sandwiches and steak. There are also nightly features that change daily. On weekends, Eastbound Brewing Co. opens for brunch, offering items like crab and cod eggs Benedict.

The Pint

277 Front St W, Toronto, ON M5V 2X4

Located on Front Street, The Pint opened its doors this past summer. The combination of location and affordable pricing has made them a popular spot for locals and tourists alike. Originally from Vancouver, The Pint offers daily specials on its local craft beers and offers a $15 brunch on the weekend!

Northern Maverick Brewing Co.

115 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5V 2R1

Newly opened, Northern Maverick is a massive brewpub located in the King West neighbourhood. All of the beers are brewed on site at the multi-level brewery and ‘mega-restaurant.” The food menu is paired perfectly with beer selections, and that includes the oyster bar!

King Taps

100 King St W, Toronto, ON M5X 1E1

Now open in the Financial District, King Taps is a two-storey brewpub that has the 9 to 5 crowd excited! Offering more than 50 beers on tap, King Taps focuses on local craft brews from Bellwoods, Collective Arts, Rainhard and more. There is a collaboration menu where local breweries come together to create the ultimate beer. The food menu includes items like pizza, tacos and small plates.

Otto's Bierhalle

1087 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1H3

Set up like a traditional German beer hall, Otto’s Bierhalle has been drawing in the crowds since it opened earlier this year. It offers German street food like Berlin doners and traditional cuisine like sausages and schnitzel. Otto’s Bierhalle is also home to local and international craft beer. The selection includes Beau’s, Ottakringer, Black Bellows, Left Fields and more.

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