Niagara College Butler’s Bitter Gets LCBO Release


NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONNiagara College Teaching Brewery has announced that a multiple award winning beer previously available exclusively at the on-site retail store has been bumped up to wider distribution via the LCBO.

Butler’s Bitter is a 4.4% abv UK-style ale that was originally brewed last year in honour of the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. It’s described as follows:

Charge your glasses with the drink that fuelled the British armies in 1812. This traditional recipe, light bodied, smooth drinking, English style Bitter has a copper brown colouring, a floral/roasted malt scent and a taste of rye bread and black coffee. Raise a glass to 200 years of peace.

Butler’s Bitter is available now at select LCBO locations, where it retails for $5.95 per 650 ml bottle.

One thought on “Niagara College Butler’s Bitter Gets LCBO Release

  1. It is good to see a lower alcohol ale, with taste, now for retail sale in Ontario. Lots of nice micro brewery beers but many are in the higher alcohol range. This reminds me of a session ale in the UK. Grand River Brewing has their Mill Race (3.5%) and Hannenberg Pils (4.5%) beer which are both very drinkable. Yes, you can produce a nice beer in a lower alcohol range and I hope that other micro breweries will produce them. Cheers.

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