The wave of change sweeping Queen St. E and Broadview Ave. is showing no signs of slowing as Brickworks Ciderhouse has announced a flagship location at the east end intersection.
One of Canada’s top-selling craft cider-makers, Brickworks Ciderhouse is renovating the space previously occupied by An Sibin for its new home.
Acquired by Toronto's Mill Street Brewery a little over two years ago, the cidery was the first and only of its kind in the city since prohibition in the 1920s.
Their flagship brew, ”Batch: 1904,” is made from pressing fresh apples to create a dry and aromatic flavour with no sugar.
Other ciders in their line-up include Queen Street 501, Stadium Island Peach, Parkside Cherry and Hawaii Five Eh!
The brand's ciders are distributed nearly Canada-wide.
The space is set to launch in February. Check out theciderhouse.ca for more information.