The Beer Lover’s Tour

DINE and Destinations - - TORONTO -

The best kind of class is the one taught through beer. In a small group we learn about beer, brew­ing, her­itage, ar­chi­tec­ture and the de­vel­op­ment of Toronto. We tour Steam Whis­tle Brew­ery, Fort York, Six Pints Beer Academy, Mill Street Brew­ery, Am­s­ter­dam Brew­ery, the Gran­ite Brew­ery, and var­i­ous neigh­bour­hoods in be­tween. The en­tire time we learn about our city, be­cause it’s not merely a tour—it’s an ex­pe­ri­ence. Eye open­ing, we’ll never look at a build­ing the same way again. Our am­bas­sador for craft brew­ing pro­vides us the op­por­tu­nity for mem­o­rable ex­pe­ri­ences we oth­er­wise might not have had—and in a safe, fun en­vi­ron­ment. It’s about Gemütlichkeit, be­ing happy to­gether. Some­thing un­usu­ally fun and beau­ti­ful hap­pens: the con­ver­sa­tions and the in­sights flow. What a great way to spend the day—with friends or as a com­pany event. Our host is an amaz­ing sto­ry­teller, and we cling to his ev­ery word, even after our 20-plus tast­ings and a smor­gas­bord of pair­ings.


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