Saturday, January 26, 2013

Junction Craft Brewing, Toronto, ON

Junction Craft Brewing opened about a month ago near Keele/St. Clair W.

It's in the Junction area of Toronto ... hence, the name.

The Junction Triangle is a neighbourhood located in West Toronto, roughly in the area of Bloor St., Dupont St., Lansdowne Ave, and Dundas St. West. The "triangle" shape of the neighbourhood is formed by the three sets of railroad tracks on the north, west, and east sides.

Gord and I checked it out this afternoon.  Gord love love loves craft beer!


It's cool and relaxed inside.  You can buy bottles of beer to take home and/or stay and have some.


They have the list of available beer on the wall.  While we were there, a few were erased off the list.


I liked the extra pale ale.  Yum!


You can buy teeshirts and glasses.


The owners were there and were really friendly.  Here's Gord talking to one of the brewers, Jason.  Gord's favourite beer there was his Shacklands.


This is where they make the beer ... it's right when you walk in.


It's a great place to hang and buy beer ... definitely worth checking out.

4 comments:

afternoonscoffeespoons said...

Sounds like a place Mark needs to visit. The Junction is fast becoming one of the cooler and funner neighbourhoods in Toronto.

Teena said...

It sure is, Mon! We should meet for supper at one of the cool pubs in that 'hood sometime.

My Little Corner said...

How fun!

Masshole Mommy said...

Sounds like a place I need to visit if I ever get up that way again.