Earls Restaurants Announces New Craft Beer Selection at Locations Across Canada

TORONTO, ON – Casual fine dining chain Earls Restaurants has announced a new selection of craft beer at all locations in Canada, and will be promoting the program with a special event in Toronto next month.

Partnering with local breweries in each province, Earls is currently offering the following craft beers on tap:

Ontario: Muskoka Cream Ale, Summer Wheat and Mad Tom IPA; Mill Street Tankhouse Ale and Organic Lager; Steam Whistle Pilsner; Albino Rhino house & seasonal beers (brewed by Muskoka Brewery)

Manitoba: Fort Garry Pale Ale and Dark Ale; Albino Rhino house & seasonal beers (brewed by Whistler Brewing)

Saskatchewan: Saskatoon Pale Ale; Albino Rhino house & seasonal beers (brewed by Whistler Brewing)

Alberta: Alley Kat Aprikat; Big Rock Traditional Ale; Albino Rhino house & seasonal beers (brewed by Whistler Brewing)

British Columbia: Phillips Blue Buck Pale Ale and Slip Stream Cream Ale; Howe Sound Devil’s Elbow India Pale Ale and Four Way Fruit; Albino Rhino house & seasonal beers (brewed by Whistler Brewing); plus Whistler Whisky Jack Pale Ale and Grapefruit Ale in bottles

Several of the listed beers will change on a seasonal basis, such as Muskoka Summer Wheat switching to Harvest Ale, and Howe Sound Four Way Fruit to Pumpkineater this fall.

On Sunday September 16th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM, the downtown Toronto location of Earls (150 King Street West) will be hosting “Earls Gets Crafty”, a tasting event and meet & greet featuring the brewmasters from Muskoka, Mill Street and Steam Whistle, as well as Earls beverage director Cameron Bogue. Eight beers will be available to sample, along with beer friendly appetizers from the new fall menu. This event is part of Toronto Beer Week 2012, and tickets are available online for $40.

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  1. Who makes Saskatoon Pale Ale? never heard of it …

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    • CBN

      I believe they have a small brewery on-site at the Saskatoon location of Earl’s, and brew Saskatoon Pale Ale there.

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      • That’s correct. They make excellent beers just upstairs from the restaurant.

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  2. It’s about time. I like the menu at Earls. Slip Stream is one of my favorite cream ales.

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  3. Dan

    I had quite a good beer the other day at an Earl’s in Poco, B.C. I’m looking for the name of it but I don’t see it listedhere/Earl’s online beer menu doesn’t list anything. It’s a dark ale that was quite nutty. Any help is appreciated. When I ordered it I didn’t hear the name and just pointed to what a friend had ordered…

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  4. Dan

    I had quite a good beer the other day at an Earl’s in Poco, B.C. I’m looking for the name of it but I don’t see it listed here/Earl’s online beer menu doesn’t list anything. It’s a dark ale that was quite nutty. Any help is appreciated. When I ordered it I didn’t hear the name and just pointed to what a friend had ordered…

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