The renaissance of craft beer that has swept North America over the past thirty years has transformed the Ontario landscape, leaving over two hundred breweries, both great and humble, dotting the province. The diversity of craft beers we now enjoy is unprecedented in history and dazzling to behold. For the growing number of people who find their interest piqued, the sheer selection of brews can be intimidating.
The Ontario Craft Beer Guide gives readers, whether bright-eyed beginners or aficionados of the highest calibre, a dependable field guide to the beers of Ontario. Noted experts Jordan St. John (Lost Breweries of Toronto) and Robin LeBlanc (The Thirsty Wench) tell the stories of some of Ontario's most notable breweries and provide expert ratings for nearly a thousand beers.
Publisher: Dundurn Group Ltd
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 439 g
Dimensions: 178 x 127 x 25 mm
A hugely useful new intro to the beautiful madness that is the current scene. * NOW Magazine *
With this level of detail I can transpose my palate to their recommendations and still trust their recommendations. Trust. That's it. I can trust a book like this. So can you. * A Good Beer Blog *
A unique and thorough snapshot of the beer industry in a region that is on the cusp of a very large boom. * Ben's Beer Blog *
I started ticking off the brews that I've tried, and I've learned that I have a lot of beer to discover. * Beer O'Clock *
While I do my best to steer readers in the right direction, Ontario beer drinkers owe a debt of gratitude to Jordan St. John and Robin LeBlanc, authors of the recently published Ontario Craft Beer Guide * Toronto Star *