TORONTO, ON – A new brewpub has announced that it is getting set to open later this year in Toronto’s Trinity-Bellwoods neighbourhood.
The Six Brewhouse is being established by founder Jeff Falco and brewmaster Austin Roach, a Niagara College graduate who has worked at several local breweries including Left Field, Granite, and Mill St.
Located at 777 Dundas St. W. – a corner spot just west of Bathurst that most recently housed Susur Lee’s Bent restaurant – The Six will feature a 10 hectolitre brewhouse where Roach will brew a variety of beers, including “a Munich Helles Lager, a Czech Pilsner, an American Pale Ale, an American IPA, and a Belgian-Style Wheat Beer, just to name a few.”
Four brands are planned to be year-round mainstays, with eight additional taps featuring a rotation of seasonals and one-offs. All of the beers will be available exclusively at The Six, both on draught in the bar and restaurant, and in a retail store that will offer 650 ml bottles, 1 litre crowlers, and 1.89 litre growlers.
The kitchen will be headed by chef Craig Dehne, with a menu focused on “elevated pub style fare” that pairs well with the beers, including a good number of vegetarian dishes.
The venue will have three seating areas – main floor, downstairs, and corner “BierGarten” patio – and according to Falco, “the aim is to have each one of these respective areas create an atmosphere of its own in order to balance the style, uniqueness, authenticity, and character of the space.”