Originally brewed as an experimental beer for the 2011 Cask IPA Challenge at Toronto’s barVolo before being scaled up to a full brew, Cameron’s RPA is described as follows:
Hazy orange-amber in colour, with a well-constructed white head. It begins with an up front citrus aroma followed by a complex malt body with a hint of peppery rye which releases earthy floral British hop flavour on the finish. It is made of a combination of seven different floral British and pungent American hops, some which are added in a dry hopping process. This involves adding hops directly to the fermented beer in the fermenter. The hops are well supported by a large malt bill of five character malts with a generous portion of rye which contributes to mouth feel and Cameron’s Rye Pale Ale’s own special character.
The new release of Cameron’s RPA will be available at the brewery retail store starting November 7th.