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Cask ale to be sold at the Brick Works farmers' market

Cask ale will soon be available alongside Ontario produce at the Evergreen Brick Works Farmers' Market. Cask Days, the organization that already brings its once-a-year eponymous real ale festival to the Brick Works, has announced that, beginning this Sunday, they will be showcasing a small selection of cask-conditioned beer every week for the next 10 weeks.

In partnership with Evergreen, Cask Days will bring in a different Ontario brewer every Sunday (with one week dedicated to cider) to bring you libations to sip and sample while you shop for seasonal fruit and veggies (sorry, there won't be any "take home" beer. We're not quite there yet, this is still Ontario).

Breweries featured will include Toronto's own Amsterdam, Granite, Great Lakes, Left Field, Black Oak, Indie Alehouse, and Junction Craft Brewing. They'll be joined by Burlington's Nickelbrook Brewery and, on August 16th, the Cask Days booth will feature four great local cider makers.

The series starts this week with Cask Days offering up beer from barVolo's own House Ales nano brewery.

Ben Johnson also writes about beer over on Ben's Beer Blog. Tweet him pictures of your economically sustainable meat and veg @Ben_T_Johnson.


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