Our Local Flavours
We produce our own brews to provide you with the ultimate beer taste adventure. We tackle new beer styles such as the popular Big Butt Smoked Dark Ale, Rye Beer, Coffee Porter, Homegrown Hemp Ale, Ginger Wheat, and Steve's Dreaded Chocolate as well as under-represented traditional ales such as Al's Cask Ale (bitter) and Joan's Dark Secret (mild/dark bitter).
Our regular recipes are developed to the point that we can contract local breweries such as County Durham and Granite to produce the beer in greater volume.
We proudly serve the beer that we make side by side with the best local brews in Toronto's first craft beer bar.
The menu below only lists the beers and ciders regularly available; Featured Beer lists our rotating and cask selections which are also posted to our Twitter Feed as they are added.
C'est What's Craft Beer Manifesto
Un-diluted, single batch brewing. Each brewing batch makes one beer and is not diluted after fermentation.
All natural ingredients. The ingredients used should be easily recognized as natural and, if processed, must retain their essential character. An ingredient list must be disclosed.
Fresh. Beer tastes best fresh. Pasteurized beer will not be served at C'est What.
Our beer list is Canadian-made only.
A Few Words From Our Winemaker
Since 1992, first as the winemaker at C'est What and now in my own winery, Silver Peak Wine Cellars, my goal has been to produce only top quality, world-class wines from grapes sourced in Niagara.
I invite you to come and taste the fruits of my labour. You won’t be disappointed.
C'est What was the first restaurant to exclusively serve quality VQA wines from local wineries.
- Russian proverb