McAuslan St-Ambroise Maple Ale Returns With Wider Distribution
On March 24, 2015 At 1:00 pm
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TORONTO, ON – McAuslan Brewery has announced the return of its annual spring seasonal beer, with distribution expanded this year to cover five provinces.
St-Ambroise Maple Ale – or St-Ambroise Érable, as it’s known in its home province – debuted in 2013 as a collaboration with chef Martin Picard of Montreal’s Au Pied de Cochon and rural off-shoot Cabane a Sucre.
The 4.5% abv maple ale is described as follows:
St-Ambroise Érable celebrates our unique Quebec sugaring-off tradition. With its combination of the finest hops, crystal malt, roasted barley and real Quebec maple syrup, this is the perfect beer for your next visit to the sugar shack.
St-Ambroise Maple/Érable will be available in 4-packs of bottles and on draught through the spring, with distribution in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia and Nova Scotia.