Welcome to Tracks Brew Pub. We would like to take you down memory lane and tell you a little bit about the history of Tracks. Built in 1910 along the banks of the Etobicoke Creek, the structure that now houses Tracks Brew Pub was originally a warehouse belonging to the Brampton Knitting Mill. Tracks takes a nostalgic look at the era when steam ruled as the power of the railroads. And even as electricity replaced steam, the Brampton Knitting Mill was ahead of the rest by being the first permanent building in Brampton to use hydro.
Proud of our heritage, we bring you back to a time of our forefathers and combine it with the best of the current times. Allow us to reminisce and let Tracks take you back in time with these little known facts.
For instance, did you know: the
mirrors are actually converted doors; the wooden socks on the wall are
sock stretchers; the BKM above the fireplace is an acronym for
Knitting Mill, the patio was the employee parking lot and the
power initially came from Huttonville.
||The Famous Brampton Knittng Mill
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