The week will offer all manner of beer and food pairings, brewmaster's dinners, pub crawls, brewer collaborations, celebrations of cask ales and one-offs and much, much more, so, while it's tempting to try to attend all the events (and I applaud your moxie for thinking of it) it would quite literally be impossible (not to mention detrimental to your health).
So to help you plan your week of libations, I've taken the liberty of selecting a few highlights in order to whittle the comprehensive list of every event happening in Ontario to a manageable two or three local events each day so all you have to worry about is ironing your drinking pants.
Here, with reader input, is a list of the best microbreweries in Toronto.
The service, which naturally comes at a premium means you'll be able to order 12 packs of bottles, 6 packs of cans, ($1.50 fee) or even single tallboys of pilsner ($0.50 fee) to your grocery order (the press release even boasts that they'll be delivered chilled!).
It's a also a time in the city when put away the heavy, boozy beers that kept us warm all winter and look to a crisp, refreshing beer better suited to long, lazy days in the sun.
With that in mind, here are a dozen of some of the best local offerings for easy summer drinking, as well as some info about where you can get yours.
So, to take some of the stress out of our collective beer-drinking schedules this summer,
I've compiled a list of the various beer festivals happening in the city so that the biggest decision one has to make is whether or not those slick Wayfarers clash with flip flops.