Artisan ales and Art-Deco design at Junction Craft Brewing

Junction Craft Brewing has restored a former Art Deco-era waste incinerator to become a stunning brewery, taproom and bottle shop.

Toronto’s Stockyards District, formerly a hub of the city’s meatpacking industry, has popped back up on the map as an up-and-coming neighbourhood in the northwest end. But of all the restaurants, bars and shops springing up in the hood, the one we’re most excited about is Junction Craft Brewing.

Whether you're a craft brew aficionado or complete beer-ginner, you'll find something to excite your tastebuds. Junction Craft Brewing has a lineup of exciting releases, like their Derail Series, featuring the #7 Dry Hopped Mango Sour (4.6%) and the #6 Raspberry Berlinerweisse (4.4%), a blood orange-coloured beer that balances fresh raspberry tartness with the sour Berliner.

Junction Craft Brewing is the perfect summer destination for curious hop heads. But until then, you can find Junction Craft beers at the LCBO, select beer and grocery stores and on tap at restaurants and bars across the city.