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The Ontario Craft Beer Guide by Robin LeBlanc
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Gord and I like craft beer (though he is more adventurous than I am) and we go to a lot of beer festivals every year. So it shouldn't be a big surprise that this book caught my eye.

The book starts with a brief history of Ontario's craft beer past, followed by how and where we can buy craft beer in Ontario.

There is an extensive list of Ontario craft breweries, including when they opened, their owners, their histories and their beer. I travel quite a bit because of my job. When I'm going outside of Toronto, I ask Gord if there is a craft brewery that he wants me stop in so I can pick him up some beer. I was surprised to see that I've visited many of the breweries that were listed.

There is also a list of recommended Ontario craft beer pubs and we've visited many of them.

There is a glossary of various terms. To make it handy for you to explore the various breweries, there is a list of them by region.

If you want to experience more of Ontario's craft beer, this book is your bible.

Blog review post: http://www.teenaintoronto.com/2016/04...
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April 29, 2016 – Shelved as: canadian
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