Your Roadmap to Craft Beer in Toronto

There’s probably nothing more frustrating than being out in the city, suddenly struck with a powerful thirst and you find yourself surrounded by nothing but franchise bars pouring macro-lagers.

It’s these rage-inducing times–when servers offer up Blue when you ask for something local–that led me to create this, a Roadmap to Craft Beer in Toronto.

It’s just a custom Google map (so you may find it easier to navigate through Google as opposed to in this embedded map), but I endeavoured to include the finest bars offering up craft beer in the city, as well as local breweries, and Toronto-area LCBOs so that you’ll always be able to find the closest craft beer.

May you never be forced to drink a Stella again!

This should probably be an iphone app or something (if it isn’t already) but I don’t have the technical know-how or patience for that (I drink a lot). If you’re an app developer, please feel free to steal this idea so that I may a) use it and then b) sue you.

Got a great beer bar that I missed? Let me know about it in the comments section.

5 Comments

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5 responses to “Your Roadmap to Craft Beer in Toronto

  1. Mark Nassis

    You Forgot THE CEILI COTTAGE At 1301 Queen Street East, Toronto, Ontario,

    (416)-406-1301

    http://www.ceilicottage.com/

  2. I’m bad with maps but I’m pretty sure you missed Bryden’s near Bloor and Jane. Awesome idea!

  3. Ben

    Both good calls. Added! Cheers Mark and Phoebe.

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  5. Jared

    I noticed a couple that were missing as well:
    The Wren @ 1382 Danforth – 12 taps with rotating Ontario Craft
    Get Well @ 1181 Dundas St W. – Nanobrewery!

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