30 Days of Ontario Beer – Day 7 – Great Craft Beer for Cheap


Craft beer is made carefully, from quality ingredients, on a small scale. All of those factors mean that it costs much more to produce a pint of your local brewery's pale ale than one of the macrobewery's fizzy, international lager. That said, there are times when a bar wants to clear inventory or say thanks… 

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30 Days of Ontario Beer – Day 5 – Oast House


One of the most significant openings in Niagara last year took place in a historic red barn on Niagara Stone Road. But instead of having anything to do with Riesling, Chardonnay, Caberent Franc or Pinot Noir, Oast House is all about a different kind of fermented beverage—craft beer.

30 Days of Ontario Beer – Day 4 – Craft Beer Library


Let's start by clearing-up something for those in the audience who are under 25: drinking beer is not a hobby. On the other hand, making beer, collecting beer, and appreciating beer, those are hobbies. As is often the case, one of the first questions asked by newcomers to a particular past time is: "what are… 

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30 Days of Ontario Beer – Day 2 – Monthly Spotlight


The Monthly Spotlight features a list of reastaurants to eat at, bottles to drink, events to hit, and cool things to just sit back and take in. With 30 Days of Ontario Beer starting tomorrow we decided to dedicate this month's spotlight entirely to craft beer. Read More For the entire month of June we're celebrating Ontario Craft… 

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