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Steam Whistle Brewing

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The Roundhouse
255 Bremner Blvd
Toronto, ON M5V 3M9



Steam Whistle Brewing, a brewery at the former Canadian Pacific Rail locomotive repair facility, serves one of the city's best known inventions, Steam Whistle Pilsner. In operation since 1998, the beer served here is so famous that it has even been shipped to Germany. The 2,800 square feet area is open to the public, so you can drop in and buy their famous beer. Tours are available, and include a free drink. You may even want to visit the brewery for the events held here. Call for information so you don't miss out on the fun.

Hours + Fees


Monday to Saturday
Open: 11am to 6pm
Tours: start at 11:30am and run every 30 minutes with the last tour at 5pm

Open: 11am to 5pm
Tours: start at 11:30am and run every 30 minutes with the last tour at 4pm

Please Note: Tours for Friday, Saturday, Sunday are first-come-first-served, and cannot be booked in advance.

Tours are very busy on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We do recommend arriving as early as possible to ensure a spot on the tour.

Reservations must be made a minimum of 12 hours in advance Monday-Thursday (Reservations are highly recommend).

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