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Mill St. Brew Pub & The Beer Hall

21 A Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4, Canada
(416) 681-0338 ext. 3
Toronto Beer Hall | Millstreet Brewery
Mill St. Brewery official Beerhall. Visit us at 21 Tank House Ln.,Toronto, ON M5A 3C4. Call (416) 681-0338 ext.3 to book an event.
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  • Anup Gelal

    Friday, November 10, 2023

    Came here for an educational tour which turned into beer tasting event . Had a super fun day . The employees were super nice and welcoming. They had the unique flavour cookies and cream beer which was kinda okey but fun experience. The IPA cold was great though!! Got to learn about the brewing process and how they do it . Thank you for Having us

  • Laiken Whitters

    Thursday, September 21, 2023

    Great vibe and lunch stop. Phone did NOT eat first. But for pub food, I was surprised - it was great quality and fresh! Perfect spot to kill a couple hours with friends and some brews. Order a cider. We ordered a few appetizers and a meal, so racked up quite a bill - very reasonably priced I'd say.

  • didier larcher

    Sunday, October 8, 2023

    Had lunch, burger and fish and chips. It was good, nothing out of this world. We had a beer taster, where you have a choices after 4 smaller glasses of beer. All the beers were stunning and the choice is massive. I would go again for the beers and the food and service is fine too.

  • Jasmine Wong

    Tuesday, August 15, 2023

    Came here for dinner and drinks. The back patio is pretty spacious and provides lots of good group seating for friends or a date. The tacos are quite small and not very filling. The burger is classic and sweet potato fries are crispy and not too salty. The only issue is that our server didn't come after taking our order and we didn't even know who to call cause they disappeared for 20+ minutes. Not running back here anytime soon.

  • Petre Diaz

    Sunday, October 8, 2023

    We have been before here multiple times but this one was the first since the pandemic. The place did not change much. The same good pub food is available. However, plops come here for the beer. The place was great we enjoyed the food and the beer. Unfortunately the server was covering way to many tables and never came back to ask us if we want any other beer or if we need more water. She was running around a lot and was hard to even get her to give us the bills. I don't know what happened at the restaurant but management should have make sure a table with 7 people get more attention.

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  • Original Organic Lager

    Style: Lager - Pale

    ABV: 4.2    IBU: 11

    The heartbeat of our brewery–this was the first beer that we ever brewed back in 2002 when we opened our doors. Where other breweries have come along and copied us, the idea of making an organic beer was a precept of our company and it still represents that spirit of doing the right thing that governs everything that we do here at Mill Street.

    First seen on Saturday, November 6, 2010

  • Tankhouse Organic Pale Ale

    Style: Pale Ale - American

    ABV: 5.2    IBU: 40

    Our original brewery in Toronto’s historic Distillery District, known as “Tankhouse #3” was built in 1879 as a storage building for bulk spirits waiting to be filled into barrels. It was in this building in 2003 that our Tankhouse Ale was born. Now made with all organic ingredients, we use an abundance of organic hops and five different organic malts to produce a rich, fiery pale ale, copper-red in colour, and truly satisfying in flavour.

    First seen on Sunday, October 31, 2010

  • 100th Meridian Organic Amber Lager

    Style: Lager - American Amber / Red

    ABV: 5    IBU: 27

    Our organic barley comes from the Great Plains of Canada. I had the opportunity to go and meet the farmers that grow this organic grain for us, and they are amazing people. These fine folks have taken one step back, and are doing things the right way. This is an American-style craft lager brewed with pale and amber malts, and a whole lot of American west coast hops to give it a wonderful character that’s certified organic. All of the organic barley malt, hops and yeast come from west of the 100th Meridian–thus the name. It is a truly Canadian craft brew that combines the “best of the west” ingredients, a unique recipe and classic Mill Street smoothness.

    First seen on Thursday, December 5, 2013

  • Cobblestone Organic Stout

    Style: Stout - Irish Dry

    ABV: 4.2    IBU: 40

    Our Nitrogen-charged Cobblestone Organic Stout™ is a smooth traditional Irish-style stout served with that familiar creamy pour. With a deep roasted, smoky palate and a crisp, lingering hop note to finish, this is a stout lover's stout. This classic pub ale is a gift from our brewers to you.

    First seen on Tuesday, November 16, 2010

  • West Coast Style IPA

    Style: IPA - American

    ABV: 6.6    IBU: 82

    Mosaic, El Dorado and Hallertau Blanc hops.

    First seen on Friday, April 8, 2016

  • Vanilla Porter

    Style: Porter - English

    ABV: 5    IBU: 29

    A whimsical design that is another winning Nitrogen-charged combination from our brewery. Fantastic cold weather beer, this porter has been a wintertime favourite at our Toronto pub since 2009. Using the same widget can technology as our Cobblestone Stout, this beer is now available to drink at home as well. The use of porter styles to make flavoured beers is a classic signature of North American craft breweries, and I think our Vanilla Porter is one of the best. Understated and complex, the character of this beer come from vanilla. My dad used to grow orchids, and now I do too in a greenhouse at home. Friends who have followed my career in the brewing industry since 1986 laughed when they realized that I had finally made a beer out of orchids! Funny where inspiration comes from!

    First seen on Saturday, December 4, 2010

  • Hopped & Confused Session Ale

    Style: IPA - Session

    ABV: 4.7    IBU: 20

    This beer is really hoppy but not bitter. It is an ale and a lager. It is juicy, herbal, floral, smooth, crisp, and doesn't taste like anything else. It is a sessionable version of a non-sessionable style. Hopped? Confused? Once you try it, you'll get it. It is deliciously straight forward.

    First seen on Tuesday, March 20, 2018

  • Lemon Tea Beer

    Style: Spiced / Herbed Beer

    ABV: 5    IBU: 20

    A remarkable wheat beer infused with a blend of Orange Pekoe and Earl Grey teas. It pours a light amber colour and will charm you with its sublime tea flavour and subtle lemon twist. A truly Canadian take on one of Europe’s newest beer styles.

    First seen on Sunday, November 7, 2010

  • Nightmare Pumpkin Ale

    Style: Pumpkin / Yam Beer

    ABV: 5    IBU: 18

    Appearing in the fall this devilishly delicious ale is brewed with real pumpkin and generous amounts of spice. this smooth medium bodied amber ale is made with a blend of 5 malts, 6 spices, unmalted wheat, pure vanilla extract and pumpkin in the mash. its spicy aroma and hints of ginger and clove leave a lingering "pumpkin pie" aftertaste.

    First seen on Sunday, October 9, 2011

  • Belgian Wit

    Style: Wheat Beer - Witbier / Blanche

    ABV: 5.2    IBU: 13

    Mill Street Belgian Style Wit is a refreshing beer made with a unique blend of ingredients. The soft texture and pale colour comes from the use of wheat, coriander, orange peel and our special yeast and produce the complexity and depth of fruity flavours contained within the glass. This beer is unfiltered. The resulting cloudiness gave rise to the term Wit, or White beer.

    First seen on Thursday, March 10, 2011

  • Stock Ale

    Style: Blonde Ale

    ABV: 5    IBU: 10

    This thirst-quenching “export style” brew is crafted the way domestic blonde ales were made 100 years ago. The natural sweetness of the malt dominates this smooth ale, making it – what we alternately call the “Ultimate Hockey Beer” or the “Ultimate Cottage Beer” (depending on the season).

    First seen on Saturday, December 18, 2010

  • Oktoberfest

    Style: Märzen

    ABV: 5.5    IBU: 23

    A fall staple, this "festbier" is brewed for fall celebrations, the best known being the Oktoberfest in Munich. Ours take on the style has a soft, malty aromatic nose and a rich copper colour capped with a large creamy white head. at 5.5% it will keep you warm on a cool autumn evening.

    First seen on Thursday, September 22, 2011

  • Hazy Organic IPA

    Style: IPA - New England / Hazy

    ABV: 6    IBU: 50

    Introducing our first certified organic IPA - the Hazy Organic IPA; brewed with two certified organic US-grown hop varieties, Sultana and Amarillo hops. These hops deliver a bouquet of tropical, citrus, floral, and pine aromas. The beer is fruity and features west coast pine character, robust bitterness, and a smooth mouthfeel.

    First seen on Friday, April 2, 2021

  • Coffee Porter

    Style: Porter - Coffee

    ABV: 5.5    IBU: 20

    This unique porter is rich and robust, imparting an intense coffee flavour. And yes, it’s made with real roasted Balzac’s beans in every batch!

    First seen on Wednesday, November 10, 2010

  • White Space Wheat

    Style: Wheat Beer - Witbier / Blanche

    ABV: 5    IBU: 5

    White Space. Calm in a busy world. Brewed with camomile flowers, coriander and Mediterranean blood orange, this beer is very, very mellow. Intentionally cloudy due to our use of wheat in the recipe, this unfiltered beer has a creamy texture and a lightly dry and softly bittersweet orange finish. Relax, we’ve got this.

    First seen on Friday, March 23, 2018

  • Blue Wave

    Style: Lager - American

    ABV: 4.8    IBU: 30

    Is it possible to be both subtle and forward at the same time? To be both bold and reserved? This lager is a hybrid between a traditional light lager and juicy IPA. Not quite an IPL (or a cold IPA) it's a brew all of it's own.

    First seen on Saturday, March 5, 2022

  • Classic Organic Pilsner

    Style: Pilsner - Other

    ABV: 5    IBU: 34

    Organic Pilsner is a full-flavoured German lager crafted with traditional ingredients. This brilliantly, light golden beer features a long lasting white head. French Strisselspalt & German Hersbrucker hops provide classic noble hop aroma – a delicate balance of floral, spicy, herbal and subtle citrus notes. The finish is crisp and malty with just enough bitterness to entice you to take another sip.

    First seen on Saturday, May 14, 2011

  • Welterweight

    Style: IPA - Session

    ABV: 4.8    IBU: 50

    After seeing people’s reaction to the limited-edition Rodeo Monk Belgian-style IPA, I brewed Welterweight Session IPA to offer the same big hop aromas and delicate fruitiness with a reduced overall bitterness. This feisty white session IPA delivers hoppy Belgian-style IPA qualities at a much more reasonable 4.8% abv, making Welterweight a beer that you can sit on a deck and drink all summer long – and that is exactly what I plan to do!

    First seen on Sunday, December 25, 2016

  • Rodeo Monk

    Style: IPA - White / Wheat

    ABV: 7    IBU: 55

    Combination of herbal, floral and fruity IPA hops aromas with an underpinning of light peardrop sweetness. Lightly sweet palate that is quite soft and textured due to wheat malt use. Long, complex finish with notes of apricot, pears in syrup and tropical fruit but finally finishing dry.

    First seen on Tuesday, September 27, 2016

  • Tankenstein

    Style: IPA - American

    ABV: 7    IBU: 60

    Originating as a cask-only version of our Tankhouse Ale, Tankenstein is a dry-hopped IPA with full body and matching bitterness. It is a perfectly balanced ale with caramel and biscuit malts complementing the dryness of US grown bittering hops but with a massive over-lay of American Cascade hops being added to the tank during ageing to “dry-hop” the beer and give it a wonderful perfumey character. Grapefruit and piney resinous tones are the main contribution of the Cascades and make this a truly classic American-style IPA. It’s ALIVE!!!!!!

    First seen on Monday, April 22, 2013

  • Big League

    Style: IPA - American

    ABV: 7    IBU: 70

    A golden coloured ale with a very floral flavour from American cascade hops perfectly balanced with a soft smooth malt texture and thick, creamy white head that puts it in a league of its own

    First seen on Tuesday, March 15, 2016

  • Hopped & Confused Vol. 2

    Style: IPA - Session

    ABV: 4.7    IBU: 0

    Hopped & Confused is no one hit wonder. Volume 2 is packed with the deliciously sessionable taste of malted barley and toasted wheat flakes with notes of peach, nectarine and tropical fruits from Mosaic, Galaxy, and Centennial hops. Fermented warm with Kveik yeast, this hazy brew is like nothing else. Let the adventure begin!

    First seen on Sunday, April 19, 2020

  • Rhuby Cove

    Style: Cream Ale

    ABV: 5    IBU: 13

    First brewed in partnership with the St. John’s Fruit Tree Project, this special release has become a favourite at our St. John's Brewpub. Featuring flavours of sweet strawberry and crisp rhubarb, we're excited to bring this fruity and slightly tart beer to Canadians everywhere.

    First seen on Saturday, August 27, 2016

  • IPA (India Pale Ale)

    Style: IPA - English

    ABV: 6.1    IBU: 44

    True IPAs were high in both alcohol and hops to survive the long hot voyage from Britain to India. This makes it a big and flavourful beer style. Our version is no exception. Traditional English malts and hops are used to give this copper brew a big flavour. This beer has a slightly roasted note with a strong hop bitterness and flavour.

    First seen on Sunday, January 30, 2011

  • Walker's Blueberry Wheat

    Style: Wheat Beer - American Pale Wheat

    ABV: 5    IBU: 20

    This is a Canadian twist on a classic Belgian-styled ale. Our blueberry wheat beer is made with a blend of wheat, barley malts and aromatic hops to create a smooth, creamy ale base. We add a huge quantity of blueberries (from the family farm of an employee!) and blueberry pure to the secondary fermentation. This refermentation on the fruit creates a wonderful “berry” coloured beer that is very strongly fruit flavoured but still subtle enough to allow the base notes of the beer to evolve on the palate.

    First seen on Monday, July 16, 2012


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