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Mill Street Brewery

21 Mill St, Toronto, Ontario M5A 3R6, Canada
+1 416-681-0338
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Get a true craft experience with daily brewery tours, seating surrounding the glass encased, still operational brew house and an ever rotating list of small batch brews alongside our classics. On the go? Our retail store is fully stocked with the freshest packaged Mill Street Brews. About Mill Street Brewery: Our story begins in the winter of 2002 when we opened the doors to our little red brick brewery in Toronto's historic Distillery District. With an earth-friendly philosophy in mind, Original Organic Lager was the first beer we ever made, and the first ever organic beer brewed in Canada. Soon after we impressed curious craft drinkers with Tankhouse Ale, a uniquely flavour-forward brew for its time. In 2006, we exceeded the capacity of our modest brewhouse and made the decision to expand the brewery, converting the original brewery space into a brewpub. 2012 saw us take on Ottawa's vibrant craft beer scene, opening a second brewpub in a historic old gristmill on the banks of the Ottawa River. We certainly never lost our dedication to our craft and passion for pushing the envelope. Our ever-expanding portfolio now includes over 60 unique beers earning us well over 100 awards, including 3-time Canadian Brewery of the Year. That's our story up till now. Who knows where our "Great Beer" adventure will take us next?
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  • Average8%
  • Poor1%
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21 Mill St, Toronto, Ontario M5A 3R6, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We popped in here for a drink during a walk around the Distillery district and the lady behind the bar the very knowledgeable and helped us choose the perfect beers which we really enjoyed. We stayed and had some fries as it was raining and...More

Thank redtedals
Reviewed 17 August 2017 via mobile

The welcome here is not typically Canadian i.e. a tad frosty. Appears that they are not used to accommodating adults & babies in strollers! Anyway, our party of 12 plus 2 little ones found room at the bar. The beers on offer, brewed on the...More

Thank Paul H
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Mill Street brews many beers at their Distillery District location and there's a tasting room right across from Soma Chocolate which offers free samples (you get to choose three). The staff serving up the samples are most helpful and there's a decent variety of Mill...More

Thank John B
Reviewed 11 August 2017

Beer served is exclusively Mill St and brewed on site. Great beer! Let's not forget the food menu; several classy upgrades to standard bar offerings and a few items you wouldn't expect to be offered at a brew pub. Preparation and presentation were excellent. Service...More

Thank sirjuan007
Reviewed 8 August 2017

While sampling several of their beers I also tried their root beer. It was without question the best root beer I've ever tasted. It was like Dad's or Mug on steroids. So much flavor!

Thank Primorska67
Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

I visited Mill St. with a group of 12 friends for a brewery tour on a Saturday afternoon. We actually originally tried to go to the Steam Whistle Brewery tour but they had no space so we came here instead. Our tour guide, Dan, was...More

Thank Eleanor B
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

We stopped here for lunch while visiting the Distillery District. After a couple of excellent drafts, my wife did the reasonable salad thing and I ordered the Chicken Pot Pie. It comes with a pastry cap that kinda looks like an ice creme cone. It...More

Thank Jim L
Reviewed 27 July 2017

The beer and service here are great. We visited twice for a sample of the different beers they had to offer. Service was great with knowledge of the wide variety of beers really good. First time we had a straight pint the second a sample...More

Thank Ali07London
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Had a good diner at this restaurant - solid dishes and good service. It was popular with a queue to get a table. The choice of beers was cool and the tasting option of four 8oz servings was a great way to try plenty of...More

Thank David B
Reviewed 22 July 2017

I went online to see the menu and get info as to reservations, as we would be there on a busy Saturday. Warning... there is a brewery and there is a beer hall and on-line there is no clear distinction other that the say the...More

Thank Janice15
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