Steamwhistle Brewery Tour
A great opportunity to socialize with other York Pioneers and see first-hand one of the city's remarkable heritage sites. Steamwhistle Brewery is in the historic 1929 railway locomotive roundhouse.
Join us for a visit to this historical site and socialize with other members!
Date: Sunday April 9, 2017
Time: 1:45 PM (Tour starts at 2:00PM)
Fee: $25 per person (taxes included)
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Reservations will close March 29, 2017
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Event lasts 2-3 hours. Includes facility tour, charcuterie boards with local meats and cheeses, soft baked pretzels, unfiltered samplings and a souvenir pint glass.
Address: Roundhouse Park, 255 Bremner Park Blvd., Toronto, ON, M5V 3M9
(south of the CN Tower)
Parking: Use the parking in the Lower Simcoe street, (south of Bremner intersection). See street image below. The pedestrian exit out of this parking is very close to the brewery.
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Other activities in the area:
* Toronto Railway Museum, which is located in the same building. $5 admission fee, which allows you to see railway equipment, including a locomotive, and a training simulator so you can drive a virtual locomotive along Toronto-area rail lines.
Save The Date
May 18th, Time to be announced - The launch of the 2017 York Pioneer and the launch/distribution of Dare To Do What is Right, the memoirs of Sir William Howland, will occur at Lambton House, the last remaining building of Howland’s industrial site on the Humber River. http://www.lambtonhouse.org
Details to follow.