TORONTO, ON – Bar Volo, the oft-lauded Toronto beer bar that closed its original location in autumn 2016 and reopened in a spot around the corner three years later, has announced that it is set to officially launch its in-house brewery, Volo Beer.
As noted in the announcement:
This coming weekend marks that time of year we would normally celebrate cask-conditioned ale at our annual Cask Days Beer Festival. Cask Days began in 2005 on the patio of Bar Volo’s original Yonge St. location and evolved into one of the largest cask-ale festivals in the world. It will be two years since the last event took place and to keep the spirit alive were honouring the occasion with the launch of our new brewery!
The launch will feature seven Volo-brewed beers pouring on traditional cask, including Pippa Pale Ale (5.2% abv), Masino Session Pale Ale (3.9% abv), Punters Gold Golden Ale (4.6% abv), Consuelo Kellerpils (4.6% abv), Gus Porter (5.4% abv), Piccola Mild with Roasted Chestnuts (3.9% abv), and Orzo Barleywine (8.5% abv). For those who like to compare, three of the beers – Punters Gold, Gus, and Piccola – will also be available on keg draught.
The Volo Beer launch will take place on Friday October 22nd from 4:00 PM to 12:00 midnight, and Saturday October 23rd from 3:00 PM to 12:00 midnight. For more details, see the full announcement.
Source & Photo: Bar Volo