As part of the Canadian Special Events expo, Fermenting Cellar had an open house last week.  The feature cocktail of the night was a refreshing Cucumber Collins.  We especially enjoyed the oyster bar and dessert station as must-haves at your next grand event.

About the Fermenting Cellar:

The Fermenting Cellar of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery, originally constructed in 1859 on what was then Toronto’s waterfront, has now been transformed into the most unique event platform in the GTA. Located in the critically acclaimed Distillery Historic District, a national historic site and the most important heritage destination in Canada, this flagship venue hold up to 600 people for a stand up licensed event, to a maximum of 400 people for a seated dinner in a breathtaking Industrial chic setting. From the heavy timber beams and trusses to the original Kingston limestone walls, the Fermenting Cellar offers your event a memorable atmosphere.

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