TORONTO — Brickworks Ciderhouse is set to open its doors on Queen St. in downtown Toronto next month.
Brickworks Ciderhouse will feature Brickworks Cider favourites, locally crafted micro-batches and a locally sourced seasonal menu to complement the Ciderhouse portfolio.
Since launching in 2013, Brickworks Cider has cemented itself as being one of Canada’s most popular cider producers, using only apples found within a 300-km radius of the city and inspired by Toronto’s history.
“As the cider market continues to evolve, so do Canadians’ palates for more diverse ciders, which is why the opening of the Ciderhouse will enable us to offer a best-in-class cider experience right here in Toronto,” says Adam Gerrits, co-founder, Brickworks Cider.
Cider makers from Brickworks Ciderhouse will be working closely with local culinary talent to develop locally inspired dishes such as Ontario classic apple pies made in-house using the same apples as the ciders.
The Toronto Ciderhouse will serve Brickworks classic favourites and seasonals, alongside innovative micro-batches using rare apple varieties. The bar will feature 16 drinks on tap — 10 cider and six local craft-beer favourites from Mill Street, ultimately producing up to 40 new, rare and experimental micro-batch ciders.