Posts tagged Toronto craft beer
#137 Oak & Horses with Sean McVeigh (Small Pony Barrel Works)

Barrel-aged beer is always looked upon with reverence, both in the difficulty of nailing it and the fact that time is the main factor.

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#136 Aggressively Hugging with Shane Clark & Rob McIsaac (Beyond The Pale)

A few years back when Ottawa beer was first hitting the map for us, Beyond The Pale were one of the breweries who grabbed our attention.

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#135 Beers In Parliament: Spotlight On Ottawa with Christophe Paquette (Hops & Bros) & Nathan Lefebvre (NathanDoesBeer)

The craft beer community is a beautiful thing, so it was a pleasure to finally bring on two of our closest friends in the beer world.

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#134 A Real Brewmance with Justin MacNeill & Marc Plante (Stray Dog)

We're terrible. We haven't been to Ottawa for an extended period of time since the Canadian Brewing Awards back in 2017.

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#133 The Melody Of Beer with Fred Cormier (Hopfenstark)

After numerous failed attempts, we finally caught up with the legendary Fred Cormier of Hopfenstark at his taproom and bar, Station Ho.st, situated between The Village and Le Plateau neighbourhoods.

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#132 Buying Is Voting with Olivier Marceau Landry (Experience Biére)

While it's amazing to get an inside perspective of the people behind the beer, one element of the beer life cycle that often gets overlooked is the people who get the beer to the drinkers.

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#131 The Finest Of Beer with Jordan Rainhard & Jeremy Sachedina (Rainhard Brewing)

The Greater Toronto Area (GTA) boasts so many breweries that even folks as prolific as us have trouble getting around to them all.

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Are Classic Styles Getting Lost In The Haze?

This seems to be an ever prominent question in the beer world, especially with how connected it is to social media, and in many ways how dependent it is on social media.

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What Does Craft Beer Look Like In 2019?

For my first post, rather than drill down on a single topic I thought I’d just talk about a few observations from 2018 and a bit of what I hope to see in 2019 and beyond.  Let’s get into it, shall we?

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