Cameron’s Brings Back Resurrection Roggenbier
On September 5, 2014 At 9:00 am
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OAKVILLE, ON – Cameron’s Brewing has announced return of a limited edition beer that debuted last year as part of the Cameron’s Brewmaster’s Series, and proved to be a popular alternative to the pumpkin and Oktoberfest beers that tend to dominate the season.
Resurrection Roggenbier is a 5.2% abv ale brewed using a recipe based on a traditional German rye beer style that was banned with the implementation of the Reinheitsgebot purity law in 1516.
“We use rye and wheat malt with a special Bavarian yeast strain in our Roggenbier,” says Cameron’s brewmaster Jason Britton. “When carefully worked together in the brewing process, complex layers of flavour are created – bready, clove, banana, pepper and a pronounced freshness.”
Further described as “sessionable, drinkable, refreshing and smooth,” Ressurection Roggenbier is available now on draught at select bars and pubs in Ontario, and in 650 ml bottles retailing for $5.95 at LCBO outlets throughout the province.