TORONTO, ON – Black Creek Historic Brewery, a working recreation of an 1860s-style brewhouse located in Toronto’s Black Creek Pioneer Village, has announced details of the specialty beers that will be brewed and served on site during the 2015 season.
In addition to the usually available line-up of Brown Ale, Porter, Stout and IPA, the following beers are planned to be released throughout the year:
May 16th-18th (Victoria Day weekend) – Apricot Ale
June 20th-21th – Ginger Beer
July 1st (Canada Day) – Maple Brown Ale
August 3nd (Civic Holiday) – Simcoe Hopped Ale
September 19th-20th – Fresh Hop/Wet Hop Pale Ale
October 3rd – Whiskey Barrel Aged Brown Ale
October 10th-12th (Thanksgiving weekend) – Honey Brown Ale
October 17th-18th, 24th-25th & 31st – Pumpkin Ale
November 21st – Elderflower Stout
December (date TBC) – Winter Warmer
All of these beers will be available exclusively on tap and in growlers at the brewery while supplies last. For more details, see the announcement post on the Black Creek Growler blog.