Gedge wrote:I had to wait about 20 minutes. And hey, John Tory was there!
$3.75 per 355ml can. Bit steep.
Napalm Frog wrote:Yup, managed to get through all three during my Canada Day evening. Although nothing is experimental or progressive, everything is beautifully true to style. A note, the IPA is much more British influenced, so although has a nice amount of dankness, it is pretty malt forward. I've come across disappointed opinions on both the Dortmunder and IPA, but there's technically nothing wrong with them. Just lacking that excitement of the latest fads I guess.
EDIT: This one comment on Untappd made me giggle: "There aren't enough English style IPAs in toronto so leave it a French Canadian to make a great one in this Protestant town. Bienvenue"
alsiem wrote:... I thought 2 of the 3 beers were good to great but you probably already have favorites at breweries that are comparable. Regardless, I'm sure this place will succeed due to Bim's track record and I'm excited to see future styles they put out.
I still have no idea what to eat in this area. Yes Indian food perhaps, I find it hit-and-miss. Maybe not the (new) Via Mercanti, they do a gorgeous job of baking a super bland pizza, every time. Descendant isn't terribly far and worth the stop by. I wish you could bring in outside food at more bars, the ones with decent food excepted of course.
nickw wrote:[Lake Inez, right around the corner on Gerrard. Great food (though not what one would call inexpensive, worth everything I've spent there before), and one of the best beer lists at a food-first place anywhere in Toronto: http://www.lakeinezto.com/drink.html
Craig wrote:Make the hike up to the Danforth and go to the Wren. Lake Inez is their sister restaurant I believe, but I've never been.
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