Redline is back!
On September 23rd at 4 pm, their doors will be open to the public! With the wonderful selection of great craft beers and mouthwatering food, you need to get there to sample it for yourself. Whether it is for a special night out, a meal and drinks with the family, or just to watch a game on the big screens. With a plate of wings, of course.
When you think of Redline, you think craft beers. They have an outstanding selection; Stouts, Lagers, Pale Ales IPA’s and more. As the seasons change so do their beer selections, so keep on checking their beer menu. Don’t forget you can also get their beer from their in-store take-out, or you can order online and at the LCBO.
Ever wondered how those tasty beers come to fruition? You can learn the brewing process and taste the beer through tours on Friday from 4:00 pm-8:00 pm, or Saturday from 12:00 pm-8:00 pm. They have a variety of core beer including Clutch, Idle Coast, Red Light, Check Engine and so much more.
It is nearly Oktoberfest season, and to celebrate, Redline will be having live bands. There will be special beers on tap to re-create the German beer atmosphere as well as German style food. This event will be both dine-in as well as drive-thru to support distancing.
If you haven’t been to Redline before it offers two exquisite open concept venues. The Taproom on the floor and The loft on the Mezzanine. These areas can be rearranged to suit your needs, large or small, of course, the size is dictated by the current crisis.
When you think Redline you think beer, but for those who prefer wine, they have an extensive wine selection to choose from as well.
All their beers use ingredients from local farms to support local businesses; Redline likes to keep its atmosphere trendy and friendly. Their beer is freshly brewed, and their unique food has gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan options.
Things will be a little different as we all monitor COVID. Their priority will be putting measures in place to keep everyone safe. So, remember to bring a mask, you need to wear this until you are seated, then you can remove it.