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Karma Kameleon in Thorold – creative, diverse, delicious dishes

Niagara food

Review/photos by Michael Lowe

My first taste of Karma Kameleon’s food was at Cuvee 2018 and I just knew I had to have more. We explored the quaint gastropub recently — and we loved it! Continue reading

Niagara Brewing Company — A place to chill, drink, and eat!

Niagara brewing

By Michael Lowe

As a (sort of) follow up to this year’s Niagara Food & Wine Expo, I recently paid a visit to Niagara Brewing Company and was surprised by this enterprise located smack-dab in the heart of the bustling Clifton Hill tourist district of Niagara Falls. Continue reading

Get your tickets fast for Cask Fest 2017 in Niagara — an exclusive event for beer lovers

Niagara craft beerBy Jill Currie

Festival-goers in Niagara have no shortage of events from which to choose. From garlic to grapes, berries to beer there is seemingly something for everyone. Continue reading

Kicking craft cider and beer up a notch: Pelham Ciderworks and Shawn & Ed Brewing debuted this weekend

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For lovers of great Ontario craft cider and beer, it was quite a weekend. First the Shawn & Ed Brewing Company welcomed its first visitors to a restored historic curling club in Dundas over a three-day grand opening, then the first cask from a new Niagara craft cider venture was tapped at a little pub and restaurant in Fonthill on Saturday night. Continue reading

The film that the LCBO and The Beer Store don’t want you to see: Straight Up delves into Ontario’s most curious booze monopolies. WATCH THE FULL FILM HERE

captureStraight Up is a film about the curious case of alcohol retail and distribution in Ontario directed and produced by two former Blackberry employees, Peter Lenardon and A.J. Wykes, who decided to do something about it or at least bring the issue to the forefront in a feature film documentary. You can watch the hour and 15-minute film here as it makes its debut today. Continue reading

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