1/ O’keefe’s Ale Brewery – 286 Simcoe St., Toronto – (Demolished)
It started life as Toronto Brewing & Malting later becoming a Cosgrave’s plant, a vinegar factory, Canada Bud brewery and finishing at closure as a Dow plant.
2/ O’Keefe’s Ottawa Brewery – 451 Wellington St., Ottawa – (Demolished)
It began life as the Israel, Brading & Atwood brewery later becoming Brading’s Union brewery. E.P. Taylor began his plan of consolidating the brewing industry with Brading’s.
3/ O’Keefe’s Walkerville Brewery – 790 Walker Rd., Windsor – (Demolished)
It was opened for thirsty distillery workers as Walkerville Brewing & Malting later known as the Walkerville brewery and briefly as Carling’s.
4/ O’Keefe’s West Brewery – 293 Niagara St., Toronto – (Demolished)
It was first known as the West Toronto brewery but most famously known as Cosgrave’s, Cosgrave’s Export and Cosgrave’s Dominion.
5/ O’Keefe’s Brewery – Main Plant – 297 Victoria St., Toronto – (Demolished)
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Originally called the Victoria St. brewery but made famous by Eugene O’Keefe and continued with E.P. Taylor.
Interesting Note: O’Keefe’s East Toronto Brewery – 22 Mark St. is not shown as it was closed in 1949 and later suffered a devastating fire.