21st Annual Fall Beer Festival will be taking placed this Friday, Oct 2nd at C’est What? brew pub.
The festival will feature a round-up of seasonal beers from Canada’s microbreweries. This is great opportunity to check out unique fall brews that aren’t commonly available at your local pub or liquor store. Cask ales featured in the line-up look especially delicious, personally i have my eye on the pumpkin ales and Amsterdam Oranje Weiss.
The complete beer line-up to be featured at the festival is as follows:
Amsterdam: Oranje Weiss, Oktoberfest
Big Rock Warthog (bottle)
Barley Days Dark Ale
Black Oak Oaktoberfest (cask)
Church-Key Scarlet Pilsner
C’est What: Al’s Cask Ale (cask), Big Butt, Hazelnut Chocolate Ale, Coffee Porter, Homegrown Hemp Ale, Caraway Rye Beer
County Cider: Peach Cider (bottle)
Mike Duggan’s #9 IPA (cask)
Durham Black Katt
F&M MacLean’s Pale Ale
Flying Monkeys Hopapotamus
Grand River Highballer Pumpkin Ale (cask)
Granite Double Hopped IPA
Great Lakes: Pumpkin (cask), Devil’s Pale Ale
Heritage Harvest Lager
King Unfiltered Dark Lager
MacLean’s Brown Ale (cask)
McAuslan: Vintage Ale (bottle), Pumpkin Ale (bottle)
Mill Street: Rye, Oktoberfest
Muskoka Dark Ale
Neustadt 10W30 (cask)
Niagara’s Best Drummond Dark Ale
Nickel Brook Marzen
Pioneer Brewery TBA (cask)
Railway City Dead Elephant Ale
Steam Whistle Pilsner
Trafalgar Hop Nouveau
Unibroue Ephemere Cassis
Wellington Imperial Stout.
North America’s largest Ukrainian street festival will be touching down in Toronto this weekend.
Being Ukrainian myself and living in the area where the festival takes place, I have an obligation to be there. Those of you who aren’t Ukrainian, may find this festival to be a good opportunity to try Eastern European food, check out daring Ukrainian folk dancing(which, in some circles, believed to have spawned breakdancing), meet hot Ukrainian girls, make new friends or simply roam the Bloor West Village area. This festival is also a good opportunity to try Ukrainian beer.