Cameron's Brewing was quick to respond to my message: Three tours were available on Saturday afternoons at 1 PM, 2 PM, and 3 PM, all of which incorporated a guided facility walkthrough and a "predetermined tasting". Prices commenced at ten dollars per person (the "Signature Tour"), then gradually increased with the inclusion of a 4-Pack Brewmaster's Selection (the twenty-dollar "Brewmaster") and souvenir t-shirt (the thirty-dollar "Souvenir").
Most appealing to me was the Brewmaster Tour, for it was guaranteed to enable a taste of the local brewery's 12 Mile IPL - a variety I had struggled to secure at my local Loblaws.
Captain's Log, Ambear, and Cosmic fell into 2nd, 3rd, and 4th places respectively.
Umbrella-less, the two of us dove across the field with utmost zealousness, skipping over puddles and into 7 Enoteca. We had just began managed our way inside when the host wittingly relayed, "We only have patio seats available."
The host and waiter took turns visiting our end of the restaurant, however it was ultimately the host who provided us with the necessary service. For the most part, our waiter was nowhere in sight when needed, whether it be in regards to order placement or water refills.
There was not a single aspect of the meal wherein I failed to find pleasure.