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We enjoyed it very much. It was very interesting and even in the drizzle we had a great time with our guide.
This was great fun! Our excellent guide James led us on a walk around some of the sites in Toronto - making a link to beer and brewing at all of the stops. We also went to two bars, which we wouldn't have found by ourselves, where James talked us through the extensive beer menus, explained the different brewing methods used in the different types of beer, and made some recommendations on which to try. We were able to buy sampler size beers - which meant that we got to try more of the beers available!
Our guide Dan was great! He was very knowledgeable about beer and the process. In addition to the beer stops, we also went to St. Lawrence Market where we tried some ice wines, mustard and pastries that were delicious. We also tried some sake. Overall, it was a fantastic tour!
fantastic! it was just me and my friend on the tour with the guide (whose name was Dan, I believe) and we had a blast! the bars we went to and the beers were amazing, and I really feel like I learned a lot. Dan was very fun and informative and was easy to talk to. he made everything enjoyable and comfortable, even though it was just the three of us for 3.5 hours. he seemed to really know his stuff, and we could tell he enjoyed what he was talking about. really fun afternoon!
It was alot of fun on a very cold day and made for a fun afternoon. Plus we got 'educated' on beers and had no idea how much there was to learn. Jason was spectacular, sincere and you could tell that he really likes his job. Will do again!!!
This beer tour made for a very enjoyable afternoon! Our group ended up being very small which was aawesome. The tour guide Jason was spectacular. He was very passionate about Toronto and beer. Loved that we got some Toronto history other than just beer history. This was well worth it in terms of dollar value and I would highly recommend doing this tour to anyone that likes to have a good time.
Would highly recommend going on this tour! Learnt so much about Toronto from this tour and not to forget had some great beer! Tour guide Dave was very knowledgeable and quite funny! If I go back to Toronto again I will definitely be booking this tour again. :)
Josh and Dee
My husband and I liked the guide, our route, and the pubs very much indeed. a great introduction to the range of beers, even to a non beer drinker like me.
Both tour and tour guide were well worth it! Tour over ran too so informative and funny was a great afternoon. 3 separate parts of Toronto, micro brewers and lots to sample - lots of choice made it difficult to narrow down which beers to try but Jason was on hand to help - loved it!!
Very interesting tour. The guide was friendly and knowledgeable - and the beer was good too.
We totally enjoyed this four hourhistorical beverage tour. Our tour guide, Nick, was friendly, knowledgeable and knew his amber beverages well. We were able to sample many local...and not so local...micro brews. The pubs were unique and friendly!!
We would highly encourage all beer lovers who visit Toronto to take this tour. It will be worth every minute!!
Wow, this tour was incredible, the guide was very knowledgeable and interesting and friendly. I recommend this tour anytime.
Great tour, very interesting and fun. A good blend of walking, listening, tasting and just enjoying the Toronto atmosphere. Our guide balanced formal comments with lots of informal asides with each of us. Great value, lots of fun.
Part pub crawl, part walking tour, but a good time nonetheless. Jason knows his beer. We visited two pubs (where he reviewed every beer on the menus) and a brewery, with a side trip to the St Lawrence Market.
My husband and I enjoyed the tour. It was a wonderful summer day and the tour guide provided a good deal of history while wandering around the city sampling a variety of beers. I would recommend others to make sure they have enough cash to cover their bar tabs, while there are ATMs in several of the establishments it makes it easier to have some change.