One of the newest additions to Toronto's burgeoning craft beer scene is a cozy brewpub in the Junction Triangle called 'Halo Brewery.' While the brand originally began as a side project launched in the respective basements of Callum Hay and Eric Portelance, now the brewery has become a go-to spot for craft beer-lovers on the hunt for something new.
Halo Brewery is an industrial-style brewery, taproom and bottle shop that specializes in serving up traditional Belgian and American beers with a contemporary twist. The brewery is specifically known for using fruits, spices and other unexpected ingredients to create specialty brews that patrons are unlike to find anywhere else. Some of the brewery's most interesting creations to date include a saison infused with rosehips called 'Tokyo Rose' and a Belgian tripel made with wildflower honey called 'RGBee.'
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