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A flight of craft beers at Toronto's Mill Street Brewery

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Food & Beer Tours

Turn your tour into a moveable feast with any of these delicious and thirst-quenching excursions.

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Learn from the best of Toronto's culinary community

Savoury sightseeing

Want to see the city’s markets and help make a meal with a professional chef? The Culinary Adventure Company offers unique guided food tours and adventures from mushroom foraging in city parks to canoe paddling and beach dining.

It’s the food tour with a sweet twist! Join in Tasty Tours fan-favourite Kensington Market Sweet & Savoury Food Tour, a walking tour where you get lunch, dessert and everything in between, or the chocoholic’s dream Toronto’s Ultimate Chocolate Tour.

Streetcar food tours, a picnic in the park and uncovering secrets and side streets are all specialties of Foodies on Foot. They can do custom tours too.

With Toronto Food Tours you can do a neighbourhood food tour with Chief Eating Officer, Chef Scott, or an edible escapade (mushroom foraging anyone?) or take a class to hone your skills.

Take a pastry tour in one of Toronto’s hippest ‘hoods with the Queen West Pastry Crawl or sip on sake in the Distillery District with New World Wine Tours.

The beer flight craft beer selection at Bandit Brewery, in Toronto's Roncesvalles neighbourhood
Try a tour of Toronto's thriving brewery scene

All about ale, lagers & pilsners

Toronto has a long history with beer. The aptly named Beer Lovers’ Tour Company guides brewery tours and tutored tastings at Toronto’s best-loved craft breweries. But it’s not just a boozy tour. Walking tours of historic Fort York, Corktown, Ireland Park and the Distillery Historic District will give you insights into Toronto’s past. The Toronto Rail & Ale Beer Tour explores Steam Whistle Brewery, Toronto Railway Museum (housed in the historic John St. Roundhouse), the CN Skywalk to Union Station, Mill Street Lounge, an UP Express train ride and an Art Walk to Henderson’s Brewery.

For a fascinating all-day experience that explores the thirst-quenching history of Toronto against the backdrop of its rich brewing heritage, try The Old Toronto Beer Tour.

Tour the Steam Whistle Brewery in the historic Roundhouse, a former train station at the foot of the CN Tower, and sample Toronto’s very own pilsner.

Ontario Group of Touring Companies has a wide range of craft brewery tours available in Toronto with four tours offered daily that include the Toronto 4 Brewers Afternoon Tour and Best Craft Beer Tour of Downtown Toronto.

OR you can do your own craft crawl with this handy guide—The Ultimate Toronto Beer Crawl.

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