|Get Well launches on-site Nano-Brewery This Thursday in Toronto
Initial releases: Get Well Porter,
Pinball Wizard - American Pale Ale & Let it Be Bitter English Ale
TORONTO - In addition to vintage games, an impeccable jukebox, lovingly curated decor and an incredible beer selection, cherished Dundas and Ossington watering hole Get Well (1181 Dundas St. West, Toronto, Canada) is very proud to announce the latest development in their growing list of dreams come true. After many months of getting their ducks in a row, the bar launches an on-site Nano-Brewery; crafting their own line of brews for Toronto's growing number of craft beer fans.
The on-site Nano-Brewery launches this Thursday, November 8 at 5 p.m. and features three initial offering on tap: "Get Well Porter" "Pinball Wizard - American Pale Ale" and "Let it Be Bitter - English Ale." The first of many small batch releases, fans can follow along with Get Well twitter @getwellbar for all the new offerings. This fall and winter promises many more of these unique, exciting and delicious beers. Get Well is open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. every day of the week.
Designed to compliment their constantly evolving selection of Ontario one-off and specialty beers (perhaps Get Well's greatest point of pride) the Nano-Brewery is very selective, offering only two to three house made beers on tap at any given time. Each new release will be brewed in same quantities to ensure freshness. Quantities are limited to only two or three kegs being produced at a time, and that's exactly how they like it.
Before the doors first opened, the Get Well team were making calls to source their own house brewed beer. One of those initial calls was to the man who would become their brewer - Brad Clifford. The multiple award-winning homebrewer has more than two dozen awards under his belt from competitions across Canada and the USA, most notably being name "Homebrewer of the Year" by the Canadian Amateur Brewers Association in 2012 as well as the Great Canadian Homebrew Competition "Best of Show" winner for the past 2 years running. He has collaborated with Beau's All Natural Brewing as part of their Pro-Am beer series, releasing the Beau's Doublewide Double IPA in early 2012, and is also a Certified BJCP Beer judge.
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PHOTO: Get Well - photo of bar
PHOTO: Get Well - photo of bar interior
PHOTO: Get Well - photo of taps
Interviews are available with Homebrewer Brad Clifford
Interviews are available with Owners - Tim Oakley & Alan Kelley