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10 Toronto brew spots for a hoppy National Drink Beer Day

Tuesday , March 29th , 2016

National Drink Beer Day marks the beginning of the end of prohibition, and the day in U.S. history when, in 1933, the Cullen-Harrison Act came into effect, allowing people to legally buy, drink and make low-alcohol beer.

Today, beer enthusiasts in both the U.S. and Canada celebrate National Drink Beer Day by enjoying brews in their favourite drinking establishments. Whether you’re a lover of light lagers or a connoisseur of cask-conditioned ales, you, too, can participate in the festivities with the following guide to a hoppy National Drink Beer Day! 


This modern brasserie offers guests a selection of more than 150 brews from 30 countries, delicious European fare, and attentive and knowledgeable beer…


With two locations in downtown Toronto, this bar features 36 ever-changing taps and a rotating selection of cask ales, and is hopping with hip craft beer…


Located on Bloor Street West, this beer bar serves Ontario craft brews exclusively, alongside a menu of house-made comfort food classics.


Local craft brews from 42 taps coupled with honest food and original music make this St. Lawrence Market area restaurant an obvious choice for National…


This Belgian-style bistro offers guests a selection of sessionable brews, as well as hard-to-find bottles to sip on from a well-stocked and robust beer…


With more than 230 bottles and 25 taps, this popular Danforth Avenue beer cafĂ© has been a proponent of craft brews and fine imports for more than 30…


Fifty flowing taps and a bottle list that reads like a map of the world makes this downtown Toronto beer bar a prime destination for National Drink Beer…


This waterside restaurant has a good selection of domestic, premium and imported beer, and a patio with a view for your drinking pleasure.


Located in Mirvish Village, this popular drinking establishment offers an intimate and relaxing environment to enjoy its selection of craft beer, cask…


Located in the Manulife Centre, this diner meets bistro is a perfect spot for brunch, lunch and dinner, and a pint or few to ring in National Drink Beer…

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