TORONTO, ON – The Fall/Winter 2021 issue of The Growler Ontario, a publication subtitled the “Ontario Craft Beer Guide”, is now available.
In addition to extensive listings of more than 300 breweries in the province, this edition – the first to be overseen by editor Jordan St. John – includes the following contents:
Autumn is an important time for beer. The hops are picked, the barley’s mown, and the rush of summer production slows down just in time for Oktoberfest. Whether you like a Festbier, a wet-hopped ale, or even something with a hint of pumpkin, the harvest is in and the taps are flowing.
At least two of them are in Ben Johnson’s garage, as he walks you through purchasing a kegerator for home use. New contributor Max Morin talks about the stubbornness of iconoclastic craft producers (and he should know since he works for Godspeed). Brewer vs. Brewer features two of the province’s farm-based breweries. Robin LeBlanc explores charitable collaborations and how breweries are putting their money where their mouths are.
The Growler Ontario Volume 4 Issue 2 is available now at breweries throughout Ontario. It can also be purchased online individually or as part of an annual subscription, and select articles will be available to read on the magazine’s website.
Source & Photo: The Growler Ontario