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Give Back And Drink Some Beer At Toronto's 12 Bars Of Christmas, Happening Tonight

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What goes better with beer than a little giving back? Tonight, 12 Toronto craft beer bars and six breweries are participating in a pub crawl to raise money for The Stop Community Food Centre. It's all going to be very loosely structured, but it'll be starting at 6 and ending at midnight.

There will be four buses driving people to each venue, with one arriving at a different bar every 30 minutes. If you give a $10 donation to the Stop, you'll be allowed to get on and off the buses as you please, rather than committing to the schedule.

The bars involved will be Get Well Bar, Handlebar, Tequila Bookworm, Cloak and Dagger, Loose Moose, Duke's Refresher, The Sauce/The Wren, The Only Cafe, Louis Cifer, HiLo Bar, Betty's, and C'est What. Get more info at the pub crawl's Twitter feed.

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