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Posted July 31, 2017

Mascot Brewery launches new in-housed brewed beers

Toronto – Mascot Brewery has launched their line of house-brewed beers at their restaurant and rooftop beer garden at 31 Mercer Street in Toronto.

Mascot Brewery opened in April 2015 offering house-label beers brewed by Duggan’s Brewery including a pilsner and hefeweizen. Heading brewing operations on Mascot’s new ~15 hectolitre brewhouse is Siobhan McPherson, previously of Burdock and Mill Street Brewery.

Beers currently available on draught include a saison, blonde, extra pale ale, mango sour, and pilsner, followed this week by a summer stout, APA and Funky saison.

McPherson notes that Mascot packages its beer in a shipping container, due to location limitations being in Toronto’s Entertainment District.

A retail store with cans, 500ml and 750ml bottles is slated to open in a few weeks, while an LCBO release of Mascot’s pilsner is coming soon.

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