A New Small Batch Brew from Waterloo Brewing Co.
KITCHENER, ON, Nov. 4, 2013 /CNW/ - Waterloo Brewing Co., the craft brewing division of Brick Brewing Co. Limited (TSX: BRB), today unveiled a new seasonal mix pack for beer drinkers to enjoy this Fall and Winter. Waterloo Small Batch Brews feature two of their traditional brews - Waterloo Pilsner and Waterloo Amber in this case - and one seasonal specialty beer; new Waterloo Union Mills Porter. Black in color, this robust Oatmeal Porter is hand-crafted with chocolate roasted malts, well balanced hops, flaked oats and pure Formosa Spring Water providing this 7% alc. brew with its roasted smoky flavours and a shade of chocolate subtlety.
"Waterloo Brewing Company is Ontario's original craft brewery dating back to our Formosa brewery in 1870," noted George Croft, President and CEO, Brick Brewing. "We have a tremendous heritage of crafting quality beers worthy of Ontario, national and international recognition. In fact our Waterloo Amber was awarded Gold at Monde Selection in Belgium earlier this year."
"We're very proud to include Union Mills Porter in this specialty sampler," offered Chief Operating Officer Russell Tabata. "Weather can sometimes determine what type of beer we choose to drink and when the weather turns cold it's an opportunity for this selection of our craft beers to shine. There really is nothing like a hearty, well-crafted porter to tame our cold Ontario winters. We hand-crafted this porter with a dedication of our craft brewing art combined with inspiration to produce what we feel could be one of the finest porters in the world."
Waterloo Brewing Co. Small Batch Brews can be found in select Beer Store lobby locations across Ontario starting November 4th, 2013 for only $13.50 including deposit.
About Brick Brewing
Brick is Ontario's largest Canadian-owned and Canadian-based publicly held brewery. The Company is a regional brewer of award-winning premium quality and value beers and is officially certified under British Retail Consortium (BRC) Global Standards for Food Safety, one of the highest and most internationally recognized standards for safe food production. Founded in 1984, Brick Brewing Co. was the first craft brewery to start up in Ontario, and is credited with pioneering the present day craft brewing renaissance in Canada. Brick has complemented its Waterloo brand premium craft beers with other popular brands such as Laker, Red Baron, Red Cap and Formosa Springs Draft. In March 2011, Brick purchased the Canadian rights to the Seagram Coolers and now produces, sells, markets and distributes Seagram Coolers across Canada. Brick trades on the TSX under the symbol BRB. Visit us at www.brickbeer.com.
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SOURCE Brick Brewing Co. Limited
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