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 is available now in six-packs at the brewery retail store, as well as on draught at select bars in Ontario.