TORONTO, ON – Craft beer drinkers interested in exploring some of Toronto’s numerous bars that specialize in their favourite beverage while getting a bargain in the process now have a second annual opportunity to do so, with the launch of the 2015 edition of the Craft Beer Passport.
Selling once again this year for $20, the Craft Beer Passport will give holders the opportunity to visit 20 different bars and breweries throughout the city anytime between June 1st to November 30th, and try a 12 ounce glass of one of three select beers at each venue for only $2. Some locations will also offer an upgrade to a full pint for $3.50.
New this year is a custom branded glass that will be used for the 12 ounce pours at participating bars, and a set of hand-drawn pub crawl maps to help passport holders plan their visits.
The 2015 edition of the Passport is on sale now via the CBP website. It will also be available at select bars starting June 1st, and at the launch party taking place on June 4th at Revival (937 Bloor St. W.) featuring samples from several local craft breweries, beats by D. Matthew, and craft beer related door prizes.