TORONTO, ON – Two years after launching a second brewery and taproom in Newmarket, Ontario, joining its original spot in Port Perry, Old Flame Brewing has announced the opening of a third location in a much larger community.
The new Old Flame is situated in Toronto’s Distillery District, a historic neighbourhood east of the city’s downtown that is home to many shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions.
Open since November 17th, the Toronto taproom is currently pouring a selection of beers brewed at the other two Old Flame locations – including core brands such as Blonde Helles Lager (5% abv), Red Vienna Lager (5% abv), Brunette Munich Dunkel Lager (4.8% abv), and Raven Black Lager (5% abv), plus various small batch seasonals – with on-site brewing planned to start in early 2023.
The large space features ample seating including vintage couches, chairs, and tables, and a retail shop selling cans, bottles, and branded merchandise.
Old Flame Brewing Toronto is located at 43 Tankhouse Lane, just inside the Cherry Street entrance to the Distillery District, and steps from the original Mill Street Brewpub. Business hours are 11:00 AM to “late” daily with the exception of Mondays.
For more details, see the Old Flame Instagram page.
Source: Old Flame Brewing
Photos: Canadian Beer News