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Blood Brothers Brewing – Hidden craft beers

Here’s an interesting spot to try local craft beers in a very up-and-coming area of Toronto. My partner and I randomly came across Blood Brothers on a leisurely bike ride along Geary Avenue, a small industrial-turning-cultural hotspot street in the west end of the City, and stopped for a drink. I’d probably already had their beers without even knowing it in other bars around Toronto, but they had just opened up a new storefront and tasting room in this tiny location in a former garage, and had a great experience.

While small, the tasting room has a fresh feel with white walls, gold leaf accents and Edison bulbs, as well as ironic religious elements (e.g. a moody triptych showcasing the taps; the ubiquitous open hand logo) – perhaps preparing you for a spiritual hoppy experience.

It’s off the beaten track, but I highly recommend making the trip out here, not only for the brewery but also to have a wander around the street (visit the Greater Good bar and the Dark Horse Espresso Bar cafe, both on Geary Avenue – I haven’t been to either of those locations yet, but they look cool!) and surrounding area. You’ll get a great feel for Toronto’s west end. From there, you can check out the Junction neighbourhood further west, or head south to Little Portugal on Dundas West.

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Address

165 Geary Ave, Toronto, ON, Toronto

Opening Times

12:00 - 21:00 daily

Price

12oz Shumei IPA: C$ 5

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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)