Cameron’s Marks 20th Anniversary With Trio of Barrel-Aged Beers
On February 23, 2017 At 1:30 pm
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OAKVILLE, ON – Cameron’s Brewing has announced details of three barrel-aged beers – including the first beer to be aged in the brewery’s new foeder – that are being released as part of celebrations for the company’s 20th anniversary.
Barley wines Where The Buffalo Roam (11.2% abv) and Early Bird Breakfast (11.4% abv), and the foeder-aged New Wood Brett Saison (6.2% abv), are described as follows:
Where the Buffalo Roam takes its roots in oak bourbon barrels so this barley wine style ale can slowly age and meld with the bold, deep ﬂavours of the quintessential southern drink. With notes of dark fruit and hints of toasted coconut, combined with the sweet and warming ﬂavour of bourbon, Where the Buffalo Roam is a real treat to lay down with after migrating home.
Early Bird Breakfast Barley Wine is a strong ale that has been aged in bourbon barrels with two classic Canadian ingredients – Ontario maple syrup and cold steeped coffee. The result is an amalgamation of flavours that include molasses, caramelised sugar, toffee, white chocolate and dark fruits that give our barley wine a long finish that is a perfect with addition to your all-day breakfast.
New Wood Brett Saison was crafted adventurously with fruity Saison yeast, new world tropical hops and multiple strains of wild Brettanomyces yeast (colloquially referred to as “Brett,” hence its name). The fresh infusion of wild yeasts, long aged in a large, untamed oak barrel results in a mingling of ﬂavours that are unique and pleasurable.
All three beers are available now in 473 ml cans at the Cameron’s retail store in Oakville, and soon at select licensees in Ontario.