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12 Places To Get Beers For Under $6 In Toronto

Cheaper beers just means you can buy more!
12 Places To Get Beers For Under $6 In Toronto

Drinking in Toronto has become so expensive that pre-games have become mandatory.  Who really wants to spend $60.00 at the bar plus an extra $20.00 on an Uber and maybe $15.00 on drunk food? NO THANKS.

Lucky for you we have compiled a list of 12 bars that offer beers for $5.00 and under, which means you have one more excuse to get silly this weekend.

Have fun ballin' on a budget Toronto! 

1. BarVolo // 587 Yonge St.

$5.00 pints on Mondays

2. Cake // 214 Adelaide St W.

$5.00 import and$4.00 domestic Friday & Saturday

3. Electric Mud // 5 Brock Ave.

$2.00 pints on Mondays

4. WVRST // 609 King St W.

$5.00 pints at on Mondays

5. Gretzky's // 99 Blue Jays Way.

$5.00 Craft on Tuesdays

6. Bar 244 // 244 Adelaide St W.

$3.00 domestic beers & $4.00 import beer Thursday - Saturday

7. El Furniture Warehouse // 410 Bloor St W.

The Monthly feature at El Furny is corona upside down into a different double cocktail for $12.75, making each oz/drink $4.25!

8. The Refinery Public House // 3039 Lakeshore Blvd W.

$5.00 pbr everyday of the week

$5.00 tall cans during Jay's games

$5.00 draught during "hooch hour" 2-6PM on Monday-Thursday

9. The Madison Avenue Pub // 14 Madison Ave.

$3.50 domestic bottles on Thursdays.

10. Wide Open // 139 Spadina Ave.

$3.50 bottles of Blonde and Big Wheel on Tuesdays

$3.50 rail and domestic on Sunday

11. Sauce // 1376 Danforth Ave.

$5.00 pints from 4-7PM on Monday - Friday

12. The Office Pub // 117 John St.

$5.50 Craft Pints every Monday

$5.50 SteamWhistle & Creemore Pints on Tuesday

$5.50 Moosehead Pints & $5.50 Belgium Moon Pints on Wednesday

$5.50 Ricards Red & Amsterdam Blonde Pints on Thursday

$5.50 Canadian and coors light pints on Saturdays

$5.50 Craft Pints all day on Sunday

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