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Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Cameron's Cask Night

For two months now, Cameron's Brewing Company in Oakville, ON have held "Let's Drink the Cask Night" at their brewery much to the delight of local beer enthusiasts.

Back in November they created 'Hopburn Ale' which was a cask version of their Auburn Ale with generous loads of hops and in December they tweaked their Dark 266 ale with oak sticks and dry hopped it, letting it ferment for two weeks before serving.

Thursday January 31st will have Cameron's hosting their third cask night with another special offering. Promotions manager Mike Laba wouldn't divulge what drinkers can expect, but he did state that it will be delicious and very unique.

The night starts at 5pm with a free tour of the brewery and a meet and greet with Cameron employees. The beer will start flowing from the cask after it's tapped at 6pm and local food will be available to snack on.

This is a great way to meet the brewers, sales staff and other people that share in your passion for good quality beer. The event will be capped at 50 people, so it would be wise to contact Mike Laba at mike@cameronsbrewing.com to RSVP. For more information visit Cameron's facebook page or check out the OCB Blogroll.

1 comment:

Mike Laba said...

Troy,

Thanks for posting this - we hope that you and some of your readers can make it out.

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