Microbrewery entertainment in Toronto
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The BierMarkt bouncers act like they're guarding some kind of mythical realm of ultimate pleasure. Ignore them. What you're here for is a beer menu that chases the finest ales, lagers and pilsners around the planet, from Belgium to South Africa to Trinidad, with more than 150 varieties all told. Avoid European labels actually brewed in Ontario, which lose flavor in trans-Atlantic translation.
With the beer market rigidly controlled by monopolies, microbreweries are the go. C'est What has 30 whiskys and over two dozen Canadian microbrews, including Coffee Porter and Hemp Ale (no, it won't get you high), which are made by an in-house brewmaster. You can drink your way across the nation as you listen to eclectic music, live nightly.