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Toronto brewery opening second location in historic space

After years of planning an expansion, a baseball-inspired brewery in Toronto is officially opening a second location in Liberty Village later this year. 

Left Field Brewery was first established in Toronto in 2013 and brews a wide range of baseball-inspired beers including IPAs, sours, dark ales, lagers, and hard seltzers. 

Current offerings include Sno-Cone: Lemon Lime, Squeeze Play: Strawberry Rhubarb, Say Hey Raspberry Lemon, 7th Inning Seltzer: Grapefruit Tangerine, and Piña Power to name a few. 

The brewery's new space will be located at 40 Hanna Avenue in a century-old former billiard table factory. The space more recently served as a functioning brewpub that closed its doors in 2019. 

The brewery will spend the next few months transforming the 11,000-square-foot, two-storey space into a community-focused, 300-seat tap room, kitchen, and retail space. 

The tap room is set to be a casual, communal space that invites you to sip on refreshing drinks whenever there's a big game on. 

The kitchen will offer brunch, lunch, and dinner with ballpark-inspired dishes meant to complement the brewery's drinks. If beer isn't your thing, the brewery will also offer locally-sourced wine, cider, and spirits. 

The retail store will feature the brewery's full range of core, seasonal, and one-off canned beers, as well as merchandise, glassware, and fan gear. 

The brewery is still working on finalizing the opening date and revamping the restaurant to prepare for its official launch later this year. 

You can find Left Field Brewery's first location at 36 Wagstaff Drive in Leslieville. 

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez 

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