Badlands Brewing Releases First Beers in Caledon, Ontario

CALEDON, ONOntario Beverage Network reports that a new farm-based brewery in Caledon has released its first beers.

Founded by two friends who aim to “focus on the hoppy and the sour but dabble in anything/everything that strikes our fancy,” Badlands Brewing launched earlier this month and has three inaugural beers available: Batch 3 Bootleg (6.1% abv), a Norwegian farmhouse ale dry-hopped with Cascade and El Dorado; Not Exactly the Shangri-La (4.2% abv), a session IPA with “big notes of navel orange, citrus and pine”; and Distorted Re-Ale-Ity (5.3% abv), a pale ale described as having “notes of peach, berry, and citrus from a heavy dosing of Citra and Mosaic”.

While the brewery is not yet open to the public, Badlands beers can be found at several local licensed establishments, including The Barley Vine Rail in Orangeville, Bistro Riviere in Erin, and The Copper Kettle in Georgetown.

For more details, see the Badlands Brewing website and Facebook page.

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