TORONTO, ON – One of Ontario’s best known contract brewers has announced the opening of a brewpub location in Toronto’s west end.
Woodhouse Brewing was launched in 2014 by beer industry veteran Graham Woodhouse, and has established a portfolio of core brands that are brewed at several partner facilities for retail and licensee sales.
For its bricks-and-mortar location, Woodhouse has moved into the spot at 303 Lansdowne Avenue that was home to Lot 30 Brewers until its closure earlier this year.
Officially open since Monday following a soft opening late last week, Woodhouse currently has seven beers on tap – Light (4% abv), Lager (5% abv), APA (4.9% abv), IPA (6% abv), ESB (4.9% abv), Kolsch (5.2% abv), and Stout (4.7% abv) – along with a guest tap from Duxbury Cider and a short wine list.
The food menu developed by chef and restaurateur Jesse Fader features bar snacks and comfort food favourites including lemon pepper wings, roast chicken, t-bone steak, ravioli, and more.
Woodhouse Brewing is open from 5:00 PM daily. For more details, see the brewpub’s Instagram page.
Source & Photo: Woodhouse Brewing Facebook page