McAuslan Puts St-Ambroise Maple On Tap in Ontario


TORONTO, ONMcAuslan Brewery has announced that spring seasonal beer St-Ambroise Maple is coming to Ontario this year, but only on draught and for a limited time.

St-Ambroise Maple – or St-Ambroise Érable, as it’s known in its home province – debuted last year and returned to store shelves and taps in Quebec in late February this year.

In Ontario, St-Ambroise Maple will be available on tap at the following bars and restaurants while supplies last:

Ottawa: Pub Italia

Kingston: Kingston Brewing Company

Toronto: Barque, The Only Cafe, Three Speed, 1602, 3030, Federal Reserve, Jolly II, Mug Shot Tavern, Rebel House, Shakey’s

Mississauga: West 50

Oakville: Bru Restaurant

Dundas: Domestique Cafe

Hamilton: Phoenix Bar & Grill, Winking Judge

Kitchener: The Bent Elbow

London: Milos’ Craft Beer Emporium

One thought on “McAuslan Puts St-Ambroise Maple On Tap in Ontario

  1. That’s too bad. I would like to try it, and buy it, if it was available in bottles or cans. The label lends itself to a great design for a can package, now somewhat standardized with their other canned brands Pale Ale, Apricot Wheat and IPA (Quebec). Looking forward to the Rousse (Red Ale) too….if it actually makes it here.

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