Inn at Pine Terrace
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... the whole thing even though it was about 25C outside, bizzare...Also I got to use the bathroom... Nice.
I remembered that there was another brewery just down the road from here, and figured it might be a good option, given my fondness for beer, and the opportunity to compare it to Miller's. I walked for a bit through a pretty nice neighbourhood (including Booth Street), although by the time I got there I had missed the last tour (damn bus!).