Black Creek One-Mile Beer Now Available
On November 4, 2011 At 9:00 am
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TORONTO, ON – As first reported on CBN back in August, Black Creek Historic Brewery – the mid-1800s style brewery located at Black Creek Pioneer Village in the north end of Toronto – has brewed a beer using both hops and barley that were grown in the Village. The resulting brown ale, known simply as Black Creek One-Mile Beer, is now available for brewery visitors to taste on-site, or take home in growler bottles.
As noted in a feature article in the Toronto Star earlier this week, every step in creating the beer was done in an old-fashioned and hands-on manner, from the harvesting of the ingredients and malting of the barley, to the actual brewing process.
Growlers of Black Creek One-Mile Beer are available now in the brewery store for $25, which includes a $4 growler deposit.