I went this weekend. Hours are, indeed, 11 - 5 on Saturdays, though I was told they plan to expand (probably to a Thursday through Sunday schedule) very soon. This weekend, for example, they were open both days for a special Masters promotion. The tasting room/pub is quite roomy with lots of communal seating, as well as seating at the bar, and has a couple of large TVs that would be great for big sporting events (like the Masters). All 20 taps were up and running, and the bottle shop is now fully licensed and selling takeaway. Didn't see any growlers though; appears to be cans only at the bottle shop. One thing that detracts from interest a little bit is that many, if not most, of the beers are already available at the LCBO. Nevertheless, the more interesting offerings (IMO) are: Omnipollo Zodiak and Prodomus, Mikkeller Vidal Kolsch; Hopsteiner Ora et Labora; Hopsteiner Helles Bock. Amongst the Ontario offerings are Pint Pursuits, Naughty Otter, Lost Craft, Ace Hill, Cowbell and overflow for Muddy York (Porter). I am speaking of the taps -- the bottle shop can only sell beers that are BBW collaborations (which are the interesting ones in any event), not the contract-brewed Ontario stuff. Staff were very friendly and helpful. It certainly helps to go by car. Has to be the best pub east of the Don and north of the Danforth by a wide margin, does it not?