Tuesday, 13 December 2011

It Might Not Be the Twelve Beers of Christmas, But It Sounds Good To Me...

You may or may not be aware of The Brewery Market at Wychwood Barns just South of St. Clair and Christie.  This farmer and (often but not solely culinary) artist market allows the talented growers and producers of local foods and wares to share their products with the public, and local beer is no different.

Each Brewery Market event welcomes a single (and varied) Ontario craft brewery to bring some of their selection for public purchase and tasting with a portion of the proceeds going to "help support The Stop’s many healthy food initiatives, which include community kitchens and gardens programs, community advocacy, urban agriculture projects, sustainable food systems education and peri-natal care programs."

The event runs on a specific schedule with the next event, entitled "Twas the Beer Before Christmas," welcoming the newly opened Indie Alehouse (located in Toronto's Junction) to offer four beers for your enjoyment: A freshly brewed Christmas Spiced Porter, alongside standard fares in their breakfast porter, "Leadership Qualities," their Belgian IPA, "The Belgian Barnyard," and their "Instigator Pale Ale," west-coast style IPA.

This event takes place this Sunday, December 18 from 1-5pm at Wychwood Barns.  More information can be found at http://brewerymarket.com/

See you there!

1 comment:

  1. Unfortunately I can't go, but please comment and tell me how these beers are!