Black Oak

Get in touch:
Address: 75 Horner Ave
Postal code: M8Z 4X5
City: Toronto
Region: Ontario
Country: Canada
Telephone: (416) 252-2739

Description & Information:
From start to finish everything happens here. From the raw ingredients to the high performance equipment, brewing takes passion (and patience) to get it right.

Ken started the brewery back in 1999 in Oakville, Ontario. We then headed east to Etobicoke in 2008 and have been at our current facility ever since.

We really, really care about the beer that we produce. We are sticklers for quality and are extremely careful with the production of our beer. We use premium ingredients, traditional brewing processes and lots of hard work to create our award winning beers. We want to provide you with fresh, hand crafted, local beer that matches the best in the world. Not only are the majority of our ingredients Canadian, but we also strive to ensure that the materials used are environmentally friendly.

Our beers are craft brewed and prepared in small batches using a 20 Hectolitre brew house. We have four 40 Hectolitre Unitanks and 2 40 Hectolitre Bright Beer Tanks in our 11,000 sq. ft. facility. Our brewing equipment is custom engineered, stainless steel, high-tech and Canadian made.

While we are here working, our bottle shop is open for your beer grabbing needs! We also have a tasting area where you can sample some of our brews and Ken gives awesome tours on Saturdays (see Contact Us section for more info). We have regular brewery parties too, hope to see you at one soon!

We want to make the best beer you have ever tasted. Cheers to great beer!

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