Steam Whistle Opened The Ultimate German ‘Biergärten’ in Toronto and We Couldn’t Be More Excited
Toronto, get excited because Steam Whistle just opened a real German beer garden with a Canadian twist, right in the heart of your favourite Toronto brewery.
By Mairyn Chorney on Jun. 19, 2019
If you’re the type of person who is always longing for October because you can’t get enough of the Oktoberfest-ivities, then we’ve got great news for you! The Steam Whistle Biergärten is Steam Whistle’s new German-style beer hall and it’s officially open!
About Steam Whistle’s Biergärten
Steam Whistle’s Biergärten is inspired by some of Munich’s most prestigious Biergärtens and Bierhalls. The Biergärten is located in the former Steam Whistle bottling area. The space seats 100 people on long, Oktoberfest-style communal benches.
The Biergärten is open Monday – Wednesday 11am – 11pm, Thursday 11am – 12 am, Friday & Saturday 11am – 1am, and Sunday 11am – 9pm.
If you’re wondering what to wear to a German Biergärten, check out this guide on how to pick the perfect lederhosen or dirndl. If you don’t own a lederhosen or dirndl, and don’t have the extra cash to go out and get one, don’t fret! Steam Whistle has declared a ‘casual’ dress code so you’re free to show up wearing pretty much whatever you want.
Steam Whistle Biergärten Menu
The Steam Whistle Biergärten is pouring Steam Whistle Pilsner and beers from Von Bugle Brewing and Fat Tire Amber Ale from New Belgium Brewing Company. They will also beer serving some delicious beer cocktails, like Radlers, Shandies, and of course, the very popular Oktoberfest beer and cola.
Stop by to experience amazing German-inspired food, thirst-quenching beer,
and an awesome atmosphere complete with real plants and neon lights.
So far the Steam Whistle’s Biergärten has been quite popular, so if you’re wanting to check out Toronto’s newest German beer garden, you might want to make a reservation.
For more information, visit the Steam Whistle Biergärten official Facebook page.
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