Thursday 22nd The Junction: From Dry to Craft
In 1904, almost two decades before Ontario enacted Total Prohibition, west Toronto Temperance Mvement leader and former MPP Bill Temple, or "Temperance Willie", saw to it that The Junction was dry.
Since the neighbourhood poured it's first drink in 2001, The Junction has become home to 4 Craft Breweries: Rainhard, Junction Craft, Indie Ale House, and, just this year, Henderson.
We will feature each these breweries on tap.
>Stationmaster Stout (Dry Stout)
>Tracklayer’s Kölsch (Kölsch)
>Olympia Looping (Red Wheat)
>Henderson’s ‘Special’ (East Coast Pale Ale)
>Food Truck (Blonde Ale)
>Belgian Cross (Amber Witbier)
INDIE ALE HOUSE:
>Interloper (Barrel-Aged Farmhouse Ale)
>Instigator (American IPA)
>Skyfall (Dry-Hopped Saison)
>Sweetback’s (Milk Stout)
>True Grit (Brett Saison)