Toronto Craft Beer Passport Launches Smartphone App
After years of offering a paper craft beer passport, the Toronto Craft Beer Passport is finally going virtual with their own app.
By Just Beer Community Collection on Jun. 19, 2017
After three years of offering an annual paper passport good for discounted samples at some of Toronto’s best craft beer destinations, the Craft Beer Passport has announced the launch of a new iOS and Android smartphone app.
Once the free app is installed, users can buy credits that can be used to receive a discount at more than 35 bars and breweries in Toronto. Credits can be purchased in sets of 3 ($5), 10 ($10) or All ($30), and when one is used at a participating establishment, the holder will be entitled to a 12 ounce glass of beer for $2, and will receive a virtual “stamp” from the server showing that the credit has been used.
The app also includes a map of all participating venues, as well as a full profile of each location including photos, operating hours, social media links, and more.
For more details and links to download the app, see the Craft Beer Passport website.
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