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Toronto Festival of Beer

Spring beer festival season kicks off at the Brick Works

The Toronto Festival of Beer's Spring Session is a new addition to the city's beer events this year and is, like the name might suggest, a smaller, spring version of the Toronto Festival of Beer that has for a number of years been taking place at Exhibition Place each summer. Like it's bigger, warmer sibling, the Spring Session offered much by way of beverage enjoyment options, as well as food trucks and live music.

And while it wasn't quite the spring weather this weekend that organizers were probably hoping for, the event proved quite popular as throngs of thirsty revelers braced near sub-zero temperatures at the Evergreen Brick Works for the chance to sample a handful of brews and bites.

Get thirsty with these highlights of the Toronto Festival of Beer Spring Session.


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