With a passion for beer, food and travel, The Old Toronto Beer
Tour is an all day Saturday beer tour that explores the culture and history of Toronto against the backdrop of our rich brewing heritage both past and present. 2014 Trip Advisor Award of Excellence. "An outstanding Toronto Experience" & "Best Gift Ever"!
The Old Toronto Beer Tour makes a one-of-a-kind gift; birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions! The Old Toronto Beer Tour is an all-inclusive travel experience, with
tutored tastings, transportation, lunch and sightseeing -- all hosted by our fun and knowledgeable craft beer and history experts. A full day of exploring the city with your friends, co-workers or family all for only $129 +HST. Our prices are always all-inclusive (all beer tastings, food, transporation, entrance fees and so on) for the whole day!
Add on our "Beer Lovers' Dinner" option - a four course beer dinner at the Granite Brewery & Restaurant for only $50 extra +HST.
"I was given this tour as a Christmas gift and I must say it was the best present ever. I am a beer lover and this tour was more than I expected. Great tours of the breweries. Simple and clear explanations of the brewing process and a fantastic historical look at brewing in Canada. Whether you are a beer drinker or not you will enjoy this tour. Fun, informative and oh so many delicious beers." -- Mike, Kingston, ON
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• Lunch and beer tasting at the award-winning Magnotta Winery & Brewery
• Woodbridge WWI Memorial - a hidden gem.
• The McMichael Canadian Art Collection: from the art on its walls to the surrounding landscape, the McMichael provides an introduction to Canada’s art, art making and artists.
• Historic Kleinburg walkabout & a chance to do a bit of shopping and exploring on your own.
• Tutored Beer Tasting at a local Kleinburg pub
Email if you'd like to reserve for our inaugural tour coming soon in 2015!
UPCOMING NEW CANADIAN ARTS & CRAFT BEER TOUR!
Our new arts and craft beer tour will run on selected Sundays, starting in 2015. This tour has something for everyone!
Beginning with a tour of Black Creek Pioneer Village and its historic Brewery in Toronto, we'll then follow along the old canoe trade route of the Humber River.
On the way, we'll visit a local craft brewery and winery and other hidden gems, including a WWI memorial.
Our final destination is the quaint historic town of Kleinburg. Here we'll view highlights of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection; have a chance to walk about some of the charming village shops; and lastly enjoy a relaxing tutored tasting in a local pub.
Lunch, tutored tastings at several breweries and a historic pub, entrance fees to McMichael and Black Creek Pioneer Village, transportation (pick up and drop off at Downsview Subway Station included), guided by beer and history expert, Oliver Dawson. All inclusive full-day tour for $149.
For out of town visitors, note that this is the only tour in the city that we know of that will take you to the McMichael Canadian Art collection in its beautiful countryside setting just beyond the city limits!
The Beer Lovers Tour Company
Toronto, ON, Canada
Spirit of Oaxaca: Mezcal & Beer Lovers' Cultural Tour
Nov. 1 - Nov. 9, 2015
This adventure tour is designed for enthusiasts of craft beer who want to learn about traditional Mexican distilled and fermented beverages. We’ll take you into the Agave fields to harvest “honey water”, sample pre-Hispanic 'Pulque' from Zapotec producers, visit craft breweries and mezcal producers.
But the “Spirit” of Oaxaca is much more than beer and mezcal, as this colonial city is a UNESCO designated artistic paradise and the culinary capital of Mexico! On the tour you’ll experience Day of the Dead ceremonies; amazing meals, spectacular scenic vistas; and famous artist’s studios, with demos of woodcarving, rug-weaving, black pottery and more.