In­die Ale House

2876 Dun­das West, 416-760-9691, in­dieale­house.com

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In­die’s earned a city-wide rep as one of the cool kids in the lo­cal craft scene for its big-flavoured, Amer­i­can-in­spired brews and creative in­gre­di­ents, but the invit­ing brew pub is gen­er­ally packed with lo­cals. It’s not un­com­mon to spot par­ents joy­ously clink­ing pints while young ’uns are dis­tracted by a plate of fries and an iDe­vice. The spa­cious room has a warm Cana­di­ana vibe, a mel­low clime for throw­ing back a flight of In­die’s sea­son­als like Dead Spad­ina Mon­key (sour ale aged on rasp­ber­ries), Couch Surfer IPA and col­labs like the Camp Out S’more Stout with Saw­dust City. So hop on your bike or trek out to the Junc­tion. In­die’s worth mul­ti­ple vis­its. Years in op­er­a­tion Al­most two Spe­cialty In­ven­tive in-house brews. Hit the beer store for beer to go. Food Pure beer food – pizza, burg­ers, mac ’n’ cheese and snacks like smoked chicken wings and Parme­san and sage pop­corn; check out the Wed­nes­day BBQ menu. Pa­tio No Hours Brew pub Mon­day 5 pm to mid­night, Tues­day to Thurs­day noon to 1 am, Fri­day and Satur­day noon to 2 am, Sun­day noon to 10 pm; beer store Mon­day 5 pm to 11 am, Tues­day to Satur­day noon to 11 pm, Sun­day noon to 9 pm.

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