Clocktower Brew Pub #TBT

On Throwback Thursday, I’m looking back on a trip to Ottawa in June 2015 and my visit to Clocktower Brew Pub.

OTTAWA, June 2015 — Last summer I was in Ottawa for a few days for a meeting and I found time to explore the local beer scene (surprise! LOL). The highlight was my dinner at Clocktower Brew Pub, but I made several other beer stops too. I could not have picked a better time to visit Canada’s beautiful capital city with its perfect weather, refreshing summer brew, and Ribfest! That’s right, I was in town for the city’s annual rib festival, dubbed “Canada’s Largest Sticky Social.” Drool-inducing BBQ meat photo below, but first, my visit to Clocktower.

Clocktower Brew Pub front

 

Clocktower Brew Pub front2

Beers Sampled: There were seven beers on tap, so I ordered the full flight.

Clocktower Brew Pub flight

Clocktower Brew Pub chalkboard

In addition to the five standard house beers, there were two seasonals on tap.

There are actually five Clocktower Brew Pub locations in Ottawa; I went to the historical ByWard Market location. It was a great spot for beer and dinner, and yes, I had the poutine!

Besides Clocktower, I enjoyed local craft beer at:

Three Brewers, one of my favorite Canadian restaurant chains, for their fresh brew and poutine…

Three Brewers sampler rack

Mill St. Ottawa Brewpub, located in a beautiful old mill building on the Ottawa River originally built in 1850. This was a unique setting to grab a flight…

Mill St Brewpub sign

 

Mill St Brewpub front

 

Mill St Brewpub flight

And then there was Ribfest, where I enjoyed BBQ with my beer.

Ottawa Ribfest sign

Ribfest vendor

Ribfest meet tray and beer

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