craft beer passport

Craft beer passport let's you drink $2 pints in Toronto

The Toronto's craft beer passport is back. Yes, this means it'll be even easier for you to fill up on local brews this summer.

And the folks behind this beer-friendly initiative are upping the ante for summer 2016 by offering both east and west end passports. Each one is $20 and includes 20 different venues, including breweries, brewpubs and bars. New breweries, such as Bandit, Halo and Henderson, are all on the list.

Once you buy in, you can visit any of the participating establishments and choose from a list of three beers -priced at $2 for a 12-ounce pour - at each one. Well these aren't quite full pints, the passports still offer a pretty sweet deal.

The passports are valid between June 1 and November 30, so you have plenty of time to indulge.


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