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Published on June 15th, 2017 | by OBN Staff

Toronto Craft Beer Passport goes fully mobile for 2017


Toronto – Returning for year four, the Toronto Craft Beer Passport has gone mobile today releasing both Android and iPhone versions.

Introduced by Mike Stulberg in 2014, the new digital 2017 edition features venue profiles plus new flexible payment plans.

Visit any of the participating establishments on your Passport and be rewarded with a 12oz. craft beer for only $2 (the legal minimum price) and a digital stamp left by your server to prove that you really went the distance! The app’s custom map makes it easy to find the next closest stop, the best route to your favourite bar or brewery, or to plan an evening bar crawl through parts of town you rarely get to visit. Using the map, Passport holders can rest assured that delicious and affordable craft beer is always just a few minutes away, wherever they might be.

Participating bars and breweries for 2017 include:


3030
Another Bar
Brooklyn Tavern
C’est What
Eastbound Brewing
Farside
Get Well
Good Fortune Bar
Grace O’Malley’s
Granite Brewery
Halo Brewery
Henderson Brewery
Hi-Lo
I’ll Be Seeing You
Junction Brewery
Kensington Brewery
Lansdowne Brewery
Left Field Brewery
Lloyd’s


Local 1794
Morgan’s On The Danforth
Page One
Radical Road Brewing
Rainhard Brewery
Relish Bar & Grill
Rorschach Brewing
Round The Horn
Shacklands Brewery
Skwish (Beaches)
Sonic
Tallboys
The End
The Grapefruit Moon
The Greater Good
The Local GEST
The Rhino
Wenona Lodge

A launch party is being thrown tonight – Thursday June 15, 2017 at StudioBar in Toronto at 8pm.

Download now: Android | iPhone

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