New Taphouse bar offers unique variety of craft beers

September 18, 2020   ·   0 Comments

By Brian Lockhart

If you are a connoisseur of finely crafted beer, the Taphouse in Orangeville is now open and serving craft beer from around the province.

The tap house has a full list of craft beers on tap at its new Mill Street location.

With suds from micro-breweries and craft breweries becoming increasingly popular over the past decade, owners Mike Beattie and Sarah Morrison decided it was time to open a place that specializes in serving the various beers available in the province.

Ontario now has over 400 craft breweries that produce a wide variety of beers, from dark stouts to pale ale.

“We’re trying to introduce and broaden the craft beer market in Dufferin County,” Mike explained. “We have exclusively craft brewery products. With the new LCBO rules we can also sell retail, so half of our business will come from craft beer sales. We’re selling one-offs and seasonals that aren’t available at the Beer Store or the liquor store. We have 42 different beers here.”

You can order a sampler which gives you a beer ‘flight’ of four very different beers in smaller glasses that allows you taste the different variety of suds that are available.

“The flight gives you the chance to try multiple beers without having to commit to a full pint,” Mike said.

The kitchen is open and offers a variety of pub style fare that compliments the fun of taste testing various kinds of beers.

On the retail side of things, you can purchase a number of available craft beers on site. You will find a lot of different beers that you won’t find anywhere else.

An outdoor patio provides a fun and unique place for friends to gather and try some different craft beers.

The Taphouse opened on August 8, and held its grand opening celebration on Friday, August 11, attended by several local dignitaries.

The Taphouse is located at the corner of Mill Street and Little York St. in Orangeville.

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