Streets of Toronto Raccoon Lager

Get your paws on Streets of Toronto’s new Raccoon Lager

This summer, make a difference with a cold brew in hand! Intrigued? Introducing Raccoon Lager, our debut charity collaboration with Tomorrow Brew Co. Every purchase from our restaurant partners or LCBO channels funds directly to the Daily Bread Food Bank — because no one should face hunger in the city we love. 

Since 1983, the Daily Bread Food Bank has served as a vital lifeline, responding to emergencies and advocating for sustainable solutions to poverty through over 250 agencies. Streets of Toronto is proud to champion this crucial cause.Streets of Toronto Raccoon Lager isn’t just your new summer staple — it’s meticulously crafted for bold flavour and refreshing crispness. Each case features four collectible cans adorned with our quirky crew.

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Find our craft beers at your favourite spots like Seven Numbers Danforth, Madame Boeuf, Fetzun, Fat Pasha,  select Gabby’s Roadhouse locations and NBA Courtside Restaurant. 


You can also find our Raccoon Lager at fifty LCBO locations, including prime spots like Spadina & Dundas, Yonge & Lawrence, College & Bathurst and Yonge & Summerhill. Live outside the city? No problem! You can also find our beer at LCBO locations in Belleville, Collingwood, Oshawa, Whitby, and Bradford And if you can’t find it, simply request BrewAid’s Streets of Toronto Raccoon Lager at your local LCBO!

Join us in raising a can to summer and making a tangible difference with every sip. Stay tuned for exciting city-wide pop-ups and exclusive promotions. Learn more and connect with our vibrant community of nearly one million social media followers who are passionate about making a positive impact!

Together, let’s toast to a summer filled with good brews and even better causes. Cheers to making a difference, one sip at a time!

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