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With complicated licensing laws and government-regulated retailers taking a hefty cut out of profits, the best Toronto breweries are getting in on the local drinking game by servicing patrons thirsty for interesting brews they might not find at neighborhood bars.
Clusters of new openings in areas like the Stockyards district (which is unofficially rebranding itself as the Aleyards) are breathing life into old industrial zones, becoming community hubs that host events, sell artsy wares and hawk pop-up eats and restaurants.
There’s no slowdown of the craft beer boom in sight. We hope you’re thirsty.