This 4-hour walking beer tour begins outside the Hockey Hall of Fame on Yonge Street. While strolling through the streets of Old Town Toronto, learn how beer played a role in the city’s past while visiting three classic Toronto pubs.
Beer has been a constant throughout Toronto’s history, helping soothe a city with a variety of problems — fire, war, depression, cholera, rebellion and repression. Listen to the many stories of years gone by while taste testing some of the best local brews.
Visit three unique and beloved Toronto pubs, including the popular, award-winning Mill Street Brewery. Discover seasonal and local brews at each, complete with expert recommendations from the tour guide.
Then, visit the spacious St. Lawrence Market, with over 100 vendors, bakers, butchers and artisans. Grab some samples and enjoy chatting up the locals before touring the trendy Distillery District, one of Toronto’s most historic and regenerated neighborhoods. This internationally acclaimed, pedestrian-only village features more than 70 ground-floor cultural and retail establishments in the restored red brick, Victorian-era buildings of the Gooderham and Worts whiskey distillery. Gooderham and Worts was once the largest distiller of alcoholic beverages in Canada.
Beer, history, urban icons and unique neighborhoods. It’s all on this educational and entertaining tour.