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Friends of Collective Arts

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We want to introduce you to a few of our friends! Starting Nov. 30 some of our brewing friends from all over Ontario will be taking over a few of the fridges at our Toronto brewery.

There are so many amazing brewers in Ontario and we’re thrilled to help showcase some of our favourites. We’ll bringing in beers and merch from different breweries every week as our Friends of Collective Arts Feature. Pick up something new and get to know some of our pals in the Ontario brewing scene!

To start things off we’ll be bringing in a couple friends from our hometown, Hamilton, ON: Merit Brewing and Fairweather Brewing!

Stop by our Toronto brewery at 777 Dundas St. W in Toronto to pick up some unique beer and merch as some of our best friends take over our fridges. Check out our @collectiveartsto social channels and the event posts linked below for what beers each brewer will be bringing as their week approaches.


Merit & Fairweather, Hamilton, ON: Nov. 30 – Dec. 6
Sonnen Hill, Caledon, ON: Dec. 7 – Dec. 13
Dominion City, Ottawa, ON: Dec. 14 – Dec. 20
Willibald, Ayr, ON: Dec. 21 – Dec. 27
Matron, Bloomfield, ON: Dec. 28 – Jan. 3

Banner art: Natalie Very B, Toronto, ON, Canada

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