Something new and exciting is coming to the Fort York neighbourhood of Toronto. A development popping up at the corner of Front and Bathurst announced recently that they are teaming up with Belgian Moon to open an on-site, mobile brewery housed in unused shipping containers. Taking advantage of unused land in one of Toronto’s fastest growing neighbourhoods, stackt will provide a culture and community hub.
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A Community Hub
Built using shipping containers, “the space will house a mixture of local, national, and international brands and will deliver an immersive programming and events calendar to activate the community through unique offerings and experiences”.
“The vision for stackt developed while I was living in the area and noticed the lack of an interactive public space, which encourages community connection and engagement,” said Matt Rubinoff, Founder of stackt. “With stackt we are developing a community and cultural hub, which will provide the necessary space for Torontonians to gather, connect and discover.”
The Best of the Best in Toronto
In addition to having state-of-the-art brewing space, stackt will be teaming up with local chefs to offer a unique experience where patrons can experiment with food and enjoy innovative beer pairings inside the brewery. “We are excited to pair some of the best food offerings from Toronto’s butchers, cheese and charcuterie shops, that have been curated to match perfectly with Belgian Moon,” said Michael Sullivan, Head of Food & Beverage at stackt.
The shipping container brewery will be the first of its kind in Toronto.
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