T.O.’s craft beer craze is boom­ing, with brew­pubs and spots where you can sip lo­cally and in­ter­na­tion­ally all over city. Here’s a list of the best spots in the city– in al­pha­bet­i­cal or­der.

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AM­S­TER­DAM BREW­HOUSE 245 Queens Quay West, South Build­ing, 416-504-1020,


Breathe easy, Toronto. The city’s first craft brew­ery has of­fi­cially opened the gates of its mas­sive new Queen’s Quay Brew­house. With in­door and out­door seat­ing for 800, Am­s­ter­dam’s an­tic­i­pated new brew­ing and din­ing fa­cil­ity is the largest spot for sam­pling On­tario craft. And after 27 years, Am­s­ter­dam’s still got the goods – the in­de­pen­dently owned and op­er­ated brew­ery just took home six medals at the 2013 On­tario Brew­ing Awards, in­clud­ing Beer of the Year for their Spring Bock.

Olena Sergi­ienko serves it up at Am­s­ter­dam Brew­house.

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