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Posted on March 6, 2015 by Kendra

Did you know there are an estimated 75 operating breweries in Ontario that account for 1000 Ontario jobs? With craft beer sales more than doubling in the past five years, the craft beer industry is rapidly becoming an area where leadership and innovation thrive. In celebration of International Women’s Day and this year’s theme #MakeitHappen, we’re looking at the women who are helping to turn our craft brewery into Canada’s favorite Pilsner. For co-founder Greg Taylor, the company’s culture is the foundation of the Brewery’s success and therefore, finding the right staff is key: “Steam Whistle’s hiring process can involve up […]


Posted on February 2, 2015 by Kendra

Shawn William Clarke does a few things (really, really well). By day he’s an integral part of our filtration team at Steam Whistle Brewing. By night he’s a talented singer/songwriter whose latest critically acclaimed album “William” was awarded runner up in Now Toronto’s Best Singer/Songwriter poll. We got a chance to catch up with Shawn last week to ask him a few questions about his own musical tastes before his upcoming show at the Wavelength pop up event at Hunt Club this Friday. What would be your dream venue to play in Toronto? The ultimate dream for me would be […]


Posted on August 22, 2014 by Kendra

  It all started out unwittingly enough… a group of Steam Whistle staff decided to head to Lee’s Palace after work to attend the Air Guitar Championships to support a fellow co-worker and great cause (Right To Play). When Lee walked into Lee’s Palace that night he had no idea he’d be walking out as Air Guitar royalty. Photo Credit: Nick Cheeseman After the first round of contestants took the stage for their one minute performances – The MC called out for the Dark Horse Round (people who enter spontaneously). Little did Lee know his name was on a paper […]