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Descendants Beer and Beverage
#11
As far as I can tell, Descendants is not yet open - the road work outside is continuing and it's a bit of a mess out front right now. The big sign out front is back up, after disappearing for a few weeks. I'm sorry if I spoiled anyone's plans for this evening, but i'm sure they'll be open very soon! By the way, Smile Tiger down the street looks like it is set to open very soon as well.
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#12
For those who aren't connected, Descendants has posted on their Facebook page and on Twitter that they are (soft) opening today, at 4 pm.
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#13
It was busy when I stuck my head in at about 5pm.  The interior is quite spacious - a bit spartan in terms of décor, but it works for a "beer factory".  I hope to get in tomorrow to do a bit of sampling - I tried a Harbinger APA at the Apollo a while back and thought it was OK.  Time to try a few more!
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#14
http://www.descendantsbeer.com/general/we-are-opening/
Quote:Our hours right now are 12:00pm-8:00pm Monday-Saturday, 12:00pm-6:00pm Sunday. Once we have our Tide House license we will extend our hours.
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#15
So good!  Reynard the Fox is fantastic, and will be my new go-to beer!

   
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#16
Are they brewing on Site yet or are the varieties they have on site still coming from Railway City in St Thomas?
Do they have any brews that aren't the ones available at the LCBO?
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#17
There were several there that are not available at the LCBO. I believe it was six on offer when I was there yesterday.

I went yesterday afternoon, and there were quite a few people around.
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#18
(04-10-2016, 11:15 PM)MidTowner Wrote: By the way, when they are completely open, I suggest this might be a good place for a WRC meetup.

Are you volunteering to organize? Wink
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#19
Lots of folks in this afternoon!
For daily ion construction updates, photos and general urban rail news, follow me on twitter! @Canardiain
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#20
(05-01-2016, 02:27 PM)tomh009 Wrote:
(04-10-2016, 11:15 PM)MidTowner Wrote: By the way, when they are completely open, I suggest this might be a good place for a WRC meetup.

Are you volunteering to organize? Wink

Rather than attempting to organize, how about if MidTowner just sets a date and time and we come if we can?   We sort of missed the opportunity to visit YKF last fall because of difficulties in organizing the group.
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