The actual Toronto Beer Lovers event was a a Parkdale art walk followed by drinks at the Rhino. Those of us not signed up for the walk were welcome to come crash the Rhino and join the group. It turned out to be a fun night out and a good group of people. I phrase I use repetitively when describing TBL gatherings. The Beaus Cabba Cabba Hey Double Wide IPA was good. It seemed a bit citrusy and seemed to have a slight vanilla flavour coming from the hops. It’s also a fairly high alcohol beer at about eight percent. A fact I didn’t quite realize until I was already a few pints in. Following the new Beaus Double Wide I found that the Rhino still had Black Oak Ten Bitter Years on tap. A treat for beer enthusiasts. Also a eight percent beer. I had a few of those as well. Shortly there after we moved down the road to Mitzi’s Sister. Which had been renamed The Sister and been completely renovated since the last time I had been in there a few years ago. Unfortunately we missed the music but our companion who left earlier was still there and we finished our night over there. Then went home to welcome a particularly exuberant hangover fairy in the morning.