Craft beer bars and brewpubs in Toronto

The craft beer revolution is booming. Never before have we had access to such a diverse selection of well-crafted, creative brews. You'll find countless places to grab a drink within the downtown core alone; check out these spots for a craft beer you can really enjoy. Cheers!

The Bar Hop Inc

1
391 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1K1

Head over to Bar Hop for a cozy atmosphere with amazing service and craft beer. Offering dozens of well-crafted beers, an incredible menu and $5 Ontario craft pints on Sundays, it's one of the best spots in town. Enjoy a fresh pint from Beau's All Natural Brewing Co., Evil Twin or another brewery on tap.

Esplanade Bier Market

2
58 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON M5E 1A6

Bier Market on The Esplanade offers you endless beer selections and a twist on German cuisine. Find over 150 beers from 30 different countries, and take a "trip" around the globe, sampling beers from Ireland to Japan. You won't go hungry either with dishes like veal schnitzel, duck wings and fresh oysters.

The Craft Brasserie & Grille

3
107 Atlantic Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 1Y2

Nestled in Liberty Village, this spot offers 120 craft beers on tap. Canadian beers are the majority, but other selections come from the United States, Belgium, The Netherlands or Scotland. You can also grab something from the menu to pair up your pint: short rib tacos, a three bean quinoa salad or a madras poutine.

Beer Bistro

4
18 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1C4

Nestled in Liberty Village, this spot offers 120 craft beers on tap. Canadian beers are the majority, but other selections come from the United States, Belgium, The Netherlands or Scotland. You can also grab something from the menu to pair up your pint: short rib tacos, a three bean quinoa salad or a madras poutine.

C'est What

5
67 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1B5

C'est What, located a short walking distance from Union Station, offers incredible beers and a unique environment. Why not cozy up in front of the fireplace or play pool? You can also order from a great selection of comfort food. After you've sampled the beers, make a return visit for fine whiskies from around the world.

Amsterdam Brewhouse

6
245 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON M5J 2K9

To get the freshest beer, you have to go straight to the source. At Amsterdam BrewHouse, you can watch boats sail around the lake while you enjoy a variety of freshly tapped beers. One favourite is Sweet Nuttin', a dry-hopped ale featuring Ontario-grown peaches. You can even take beer to-go.

Mill St Brew Pub - Toronto

7
21 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4

You can't get fresher beer than when it's brewed on-site. Located in the historical Distillery District, Mill Street offers many local favourites, including certified organic options. This spot is typically in full swing and always offers a great time. Have a drink and bite to eat inside, or for nicer days, grab a seat on the patio.

Wvrst

8
609 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5

Diners come for the sausage, and stay for the beer. The modern day beer hall has more than 600 beers and ciders available, plus 24 rotating taps.

Morgans On The Danforth

9
1282 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4J 1M6

Alongside its amazing food, Morgans has a wide selection of local craft beer on tap. The restaurant also helps you pair the right beer with the right meal.

For those who love meat, charcuterie boards are the perfect combination of cured and thoughtfully prepared meats. From salami and prosciutto to pates and terrines, these plates are devoted to meat. Whether you’re sipping on a glass of wine or aiming to try a variety of meats and accompanying condiments, these spots in Ottawa deliver stunning charcuterie plates.
There’s no denying Canadians love Caesars. Creating a good one requires attention to detail, unique garnishes, and quality ingredients. You can find standout Caesars at many Ottawa bars and restaurants and they are a great way to start your night, or, in some cases, your Sunday brunch off right!
Great deals and good times? It’s called happy hour for a reason, you know! Rare is the bar or restaurant that doesn’t offer some sort of happy hour deal involving discounted food and drink. If you’re looking to boost your mood, head out to any one of these Ottawa happy hour hotspots for a guaranteed good time.
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