Posted November 2, 2017
Here are even more new beer (and cider) releases
The re-release of Muddy York Brewing‘s Ward Series SMaSH Centennial Pale Ale is out now in 500ml bottles through the Toronto brewery, made with locally grown Centennial hops.
Eastbound Brewing in Toronto has two new releases available in cans, Crowlers and on draught – Ryesing River Rye Saison and Revealed Constellations IPA – brewed with Mosiac hops,
What Willis Was Talking About XPA is now available at Great Lakes Brewery in Toronto in 473ml cans.
On November 3, Stone City Ales in Kingston introduces LORELAI Sour Red Ale, aged 16 months in pinot noir barrels and bottle conditioned for 6 months.
Beau’s Brewing Co. is bringing back their New Lang Syne Belgian-style Tripel beginning November 9. The wine barrel-aged and Champagne yeast-conditioned beer will be available through the LCBO and brewery in Vankleek Hill in 750ml bottles.
Been a Pleasure Extra Pale Ale is a tribute to the late Gord Downie from Stray Dog Brewing in Orleans. Out now in 473ml cans, a portion of sales from this beer will be donated to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research.
Moustache SMaSH is back to celebrate Movember from Covered Bridge Brewing in Stittsvegas. Available now at the brewery in 473ml cans.
Newly opened Little Beasts Brewing will launch Pinion American-style Pale made with Sorachi and Nelson hops this coming weekend at their Whitby bottle shop.
In St Jacobs, Block 3 Brewing has brewed a new batch of Through the Quad Belgian-style Quadrupel which can be purchase in 500ml bottles through the brewery and soon LCBO.
Calling it “easily one of the best ciders we have ever produced”, Frequin Rouge Old World Cider from West Avenue Cider House uses French and English apples and is barrel-fermented with wild yeast and aged on lees for 12 months followed by bottle-conditioning. Look for limited quantities the weekend of November 10 at the cidery in Freelton.