Shacklands Brewing Opening This Weekend in West Toronto

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TORONTO, ONShacklands Brewing has announced via Facebook that it will be soft launching this weekend in Toronto’s Stockyards District.

Founded by accomplished homebrewer Jason Tremblay and partner Dave Watts, Shacklands was originally launched by Tremblay  in 2012 as a virtual brewery, with brands brewed at several facilities including Junction and Innocente. The contract operation was put on hiatus last year, and the brewery announced plans to open a physical location in May.

Located in a unit at 100 Symes Road – an industrial building that is also home to Rainhard Brewing – Shacklands will open on Saturday December 10th for cash-only sales of Wit, Saison and Belgian Blond in bottles and on draught, and Farmhouse Ale on draught only.

According to Ontario Beverage Network, the official grand opening of Shacklands will take place on Saturday January 21st.

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