Cameron’s Brings Back Oak-Aged Deviator Doppelbock
On November 7, 2013 At 9:00 am
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OAKVILLE, ON – Cameron’s Brewing has announced the return of a winter seasonal beer that had a quick sell-out last year, leading to an expanded but still limited edition this time around.
Oak-Aged Deviator Doppelbock is an 8.6% abv strong dark lager that is described as follows:
Cameron’s Oak-Aged Deviator Doppelbock has been laid down for over six months in oak Kentucky bourbon barrels which add smooth, toasted vanilla notes layered upon a complex, malty body. Doppelbocks are Teutonic-inspired dark lagers that feature imported German malt and were served by the Bavarian monks during times of fasting as “liquid bread”, and perfect for the cold, winter months.
This limited release beer is available now at the Cameron’s retail store and select LCBO locations where it is selling for $10.95 per 650 ml bottle while supplies last.