Markham Beer Guide: Your Markham guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Markham

80 /100 50 BULLOCK DR
“What a pleasant surprise. Suburban location with good parking, very nice atmosphere with wooden bar, semi industrial look, great service and most important, excellent beers, veering on ipas and sours. They have caterers once in a while, but they do not have food. Worth the détour.“
Lubiere 1176 days ago
72 /100 50 BULLOCK DR
“Medium size place, short hours, did not try very limited food offering; quite decent beer, worth cultivating. Beware of nights they have live music, volume makes conversation or even enjoying your beer impossible.“
thorongil2 1325 days ago
86 /100 50 BULLOCK DR
“A lovely addition to this part of Southern Ontario - my hope is that this is the first of many to show up in the landscape in this region. Some nice communal tables, a bar area and merch area, friendly staff, and a glimpse at the brewing equipment behind.“
can8ianben 1389 days ago
70 /100 50 BULLOCK DR
“boosted up tasting room. they can now serve pints. lots of selection. a decent size. nut i suggest you check their hours that day. brewer usually around.far from toronto but must stop if nearby.“
Sammy 1435 days ago
70 /100 50 BULLOCK DR
“2017-02-11. Not much to it yet, it is a very new brewery in a strip mall type unit and they are still in the early stages so it’s mostly just a bottleshop with the option to sample things. Guy behind the bar was super friendly and seemed to know a fair bit about the beers. Beers are all at least decent, with a few being real standouts. Feels like they are experimenting right now. Their dry hopped sour makes me hope they continue with those! We shall see how things progress once they have settled in more. Worth a visit.“
jercraigs 1700 days ago
52 /100 53 MAIN STREET NORTH
“Visited a few years ago but I basically grew up down the street so have heard many, many stories about this bar... Frankly, I’m a little surprised to find it listed here. It offers a bunch of macro brews and British imports, but where are the craft beers? Maybe that’s slowly changing? Ambiance is lovely, like an old English pub complete with Tudor decor, and it’s been there for what seems like eons. I wouldn’t recommend it as a Destination as you’ll find dozens of pubs with better offerings in Toronto, but if you’re in Markham, I expect you won’t find a pub that’s more interesting.“
mabel 2482 days ago
58 /100 6061 HIGHWAY 7 EAST
“Best fries in Markham Village! by far! hand cut and cooked to perfection. Thursday night is burger night. Great burgers for $10. T hey have a daily specials board that offer unique dishes and is reasonably priced. the food is great! Good atmosphere and is nestled on the south side of Hwy 7. As for the beer it is generic at best BUT they do have Mill St. Tankhouse, Mill St. Organic and a seasonal offering. This is the best place to go in Markham for craft beer, which is sad but it is true!“
Bendrixian 2710 days ago
44 /100 53 MAIN STREET NORTH
“The Douche of Markham as I like to call it. Terrible place. Beers are generic macros and British imports. Although they do carry Moosehead Boundary ale. Sad to say that this is the only craft beer at the place. There is a very nice patio there that gets afternoon sun but most of the beers on the patio come in plastic cups. The food is terrible and is frozen food heated up. If it werent for the patio there is no reason to stop here.“
Bendrixian 2710 days ago
70 /100 53 MAIN STREET NORTH
“Best pub in Markham. Not that there is much competition.“
TheORB 3077 days ago
70 /100 53 MAIN STREET NORTH
“We’ve been together now for forty years / And it don’t seem a day too much! Well, my old Duchess has been around a bit over 30 years now, and I felt it was high time that I added my local pub to the Ratebeer family, as well as adding Markham, Ontario. It’s a super little pub with a nice selection of taps. The usual Molson suspects plus Moosehead, Miller, Carlsberg etc, but also Tennent’s, Harp, Kilkenny, Guiness, Tetley’s and my fave of the bunch, Fuller’s London Pride. They also carry Sam Adams as well as (on date of review, October 9/11) a seasonal Samuel Adams Octoberfest. A proper UK style pub with lots of wood, a few TVs carrying the NFL, and occasional evening music. In the back there is a very large and pleasant outdoor patio, so plenty of room. Not a destination to drive many miles to, but a fine local for us Markham folk. Good chicken wings! UPDATE from February 12, 2012 - The Duchess now boasts 22 taps according to staff. Still my local!“
Mooncattie 3661 days ago