McAuslan Brewing wins two gold, two silver and one bronze at the
"Canadian Brewing Awards"
MONTREAL, Sept. 15, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ - Peter McAuslan, Founder and
President of Montreal's McAuslan Brewing brought home five medals from
the "Canadian Brewing Awards" presented Friday night in Toronto at Club
Gold for St-Ambroise Scotch Ale (category Scotch Ale) and St-Ambroise
Pumpkin Ale (Pumpkin Beer), Silver for St-Ambroise Raspberry Ale (Fruit
Beer) and St-Ambroise Vintage Ale(English Style Barley Wine), and
Bronze for St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout (Stout).
These awards come four months after both St-Ambroise Pale Ale and
Griffon Extra Pale Ale took the top spot in the Pale Ale and Blond
category in the respected "Protegez-Vous" review of Quebec beers.
McAuslan Brewing is one of Quebec's original microbreweries. Sold
throughout Canada and the US, McAuslan is recognized by beer writers as
one of Canada's best brewers.
"We're thrilled with the medals. Twenty years later, and we continue to
win awards and accolades. We're very proud of our brewing team and all
our staff who made this happen", comments McAuslan.
2011 has indeed been a good year for the St-Ambroise and Griffon beer
One article written for Chicagofoodies.com (Mark Shepard) praised
St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout, a beer that has accumulate awards and
recognition for the past 20 years, including a Platinum medal at the
World Beer Championships. Earlier this year, St-Ambroise Oatmeal Stout
and St-Ambroise Vintage Ale were awarded a gold and silver medal
respectively by the Beverage Tasting Institute whose mission is to
create fair and reliable reviews of beers for consumers.
About McAuslan Brewing
Established in 1988, and located in St. Henri along the banks of the
Lachine Canal, McAuslan's year-round offerings include: St. Ambroise
Pale Ale, Oatmeal Stout, Apricot Wheat Ale, Cream Ale, Griffon Extra
Pale Ale and Red Ale.
SOURCE McAuslan Brewing
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