Posted March 21, 2018

Toronto’s former Lansdowne Brewery reopens this Spring as Lot 30 Brewers

Toronto – In July 2015, Lansdowne Brewery opened in Toronto’s Brockton Village with a full brewhouse on site, awaiting licensing approval to begin brewing.

However, due to complications, licensing was never granted to the brewery. With an idle brewhouse in the back, Lansdowne Brewery operated as a retaurant and bar serving only outside beer and cider for the last three years.

Now, the brewpub is re-launching as Lot 30 Brewers with a new brewmaster, Seibel-trained Anderson Sant’anna de Lima –  formerly of 508 Gastropub in New York City, Bousa Brewing in Miami, and Hell or High Water in New England.

“The beer is, as it should be, the focus of LOT 30,” explains owner Darrin Earley, one of the original Lansdowne Brewery founders. “You will find sours, IPA’s, and a mix of classic European styles. There is something for everyone including those looking for a fun space to relax and enjoy a cold brew, as well as, those with the most discerning of palettes searching for the next great thing.”

Upon launch, the brewery will feature a full tap room with 8 house beers, a retail store stocking cans, an 88-seat dining room, and 30-person patio.

Lot 30 Brewers officially launches at 303 Lansdowne Avenue on Friday May 4, 2018.

Operating hours will be Mon-Sun from 4-12pm with their retail store open between 11am-11pm.


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