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It’s time to hit Sauce!

Join us for our October pub night as we visit Sauce on Danforth. This cosy spot has a well-curated beer list – perfect for a fall evening!

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Wednesday October 15th
Sauce on Danforth
1376 Danforth Ave, east of Greenwood TTC Station

September Pub Night – Lipstick & Dynamite!

Lipstick & Dynamite

For our September pub night, we’re heading to Lipstick & Dynamite on Queen. Featuring local craft pints and tall boy cans, plus a menu full of fresh food that skews toward the vegetarian, there’s something for everyone. Did I mention board games and pinball?  For those of you with a Craft Beer Passport, bring it along – they’re on there.

Monday September 15th
Lipstick & Dynamite
992 Queen Street, between Shaw and Ossington

Our August Pub Night is at the (urban) cottage!

20120629-rebelhouse-01_jpg_1022x496_q95_up_ctfIt’s time to escape the concrete!

It’s August, and we’re heading to the cottage! Ok, so not really, but The Rebel House’s patio is the next best thing that’s on the subway line. Chill, green and serving up great beers, this is our cottage in the city get-away where we can easily kill an afternoon soaking up rays pretending we’re in Muskoka.

We also have swag to give out, including a super-cool Craft Beer Passport, Barley’s Angels Tees and a few other surprises!
Friday August 15th
The Rebel House
1068 Yonge St

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The World’s Most Refreshing Gallery

I love that tagline and it’s so true. Every six-pack you buy from Collective Arts Brewing is a mini gallery. I’ve been a fan of theirs for awhile now. I love their beer (their Saint of Circumstance is one of my favourite patio beers this summer) but as someone who enjoys the arts, their support of new and upcoming artists is what makes them special.

The labels feature artwork from both visual artists and musicians. There’s not much space on a beer label for non-beer related stuff but if you want to know more about the artists, they have an app for that. It’s called Blippar. You use it to scan the label and it takes you to enhanced content, like videos and artist bios. The Collective Arts website also features galleries of each label series (there have been 3 main series and 2 special limited series so far) and hosts videos from their Black Box Sessions. These are simple but fantastic videos of featured musicians shot at the Indie88 sound studio.

Collective Arts bottles with Alliance series labels

Series 3 has just launched at the LCBO and features 84 artists from around the world, selected from over 1200 entries. Anyone can submit their art for consideration and the finalists are picked by a panel of experts. There are plenty of talented Toronto women included in the mix, so check them out!


How do you find a bar with No Name?

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You follow the Angels! 

Join us next Tuesday for our July Pub night, kicking off the week in style at the Bar with No Name. With great deals on our favourite craft beers, this one might go late and get messy! $3.50 bottles and 13 taps, along with great food and lots of beer talk will have you saying “TGIT”!

Tuesday, July 15th
The Bar with No Name
1651 Bloor St West
(between Dundas W and Keele stations) 


Join us Sunday June 15th for our OCB Week Kickoff! We’ll be touring to 4 pubs who are participating in the Craft Beer Passport program. Get $2 craft beers across Toronto – just the excuse (like we need one) to get out and visit some favorite pubs. Our first stop is the legendary Monarch Tavern, where we’ll be giving away 2 passports! We’re starting at Monarch at 4pm Thirsty and Miserable 5pm Handlebar 6pm Tequila Bookworm 7pm

Join us anywhere along the route – we’ll have passports on sale for $20 if you haven’t picked one up yet.

Monarch Tavern  12 Clinton St Sunday June 15th 4pm

RSVP on Facebook or email barleysangelsto@gmail.com


Experience the new Niagara beer scene!

Barley’s Angels Toronto is excited to announce a brewery tour of Niagara! Join us on Saturday June 7 as Ontario Craft Brewery Tours whisks us off for a day in the Niagara region. The tour includes transportation from Union Station, stops at Niagara Oast House Brewers, Silversmith Brewing and Niagara College Teaching Brewery as well as lunch at a local pub. All of this for the special Barley’s Angels discount rate of only $105.

This is your chance to see all Niagara’s newest breweries! It promises to be an amazing day but space is limited so book early. Call Ontario Craft Brewery Tours to book (416-922-6605) and be sure to let them know you’re with Barley’s Angels. This is a co-ed event and you’re welcome to bring a friend or two!



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