TORONTO, ON – Fresh from winning four medals at the Canadian Brewing Awards earlier this month, Bellwoods Brewery launched two new beers over the Victoria Day long weekend – one continuing a popular series of single-hop IPAs, and the other a collaboration with an award-winning homebrewer.
Monogamy (Simcoe) is the seventh beer in the Bellwoods Monogamy series, and the first to be released in custom labelled bottles. Brewed using Simcoe hops from Washington State, the 6.4% abv IPA is available in 500 ml bottles in the Bellwoods retail store.
Available exclusively on tap, meanwhile, is Samurai Sauvin Saison, a beer created by David Thompson for the last year’s Toronto Beer Week Homebrew Competition. As one of the winners, Thompson was given the opportunity to scale his beer up to a larger batch to be brewed at Bellwoods. A refreshing 6.4% abv saison dry-hopped with Sorachi Ace and Nelson Sauvin hops, Samurai Sauvin will be available on draught in the Bellwoods pub while supplies last.