-Historic Brewery Launches Black Creek Pale Ale at the LCBO-
TORONTO, May 10, 2013 /CNW/ - Black Creek Historic Brewery, today announced the launch of Montgomery's Courage at select LCBO
stores. The beer is the 3rd Edition in a series of 12 historic beers that represents each
consecutive decade of Canadian and brewing history, Montgomery's
Courage represents the decade from 1830 - 1839 when the separate
colonies of Upper and Lower Canada both revolted against unjust
In 1837, Toronto's Montgomery's Tavern became the base for a rebellious
force led by William Lyon Mackenzie that was quickly defeated. Legend
has it that the rebels courage was due in large part to consumption of
the tavern's fine ales.
"In 1830's rye based ales like Montgomery's Courage were in abundance,'
said Ed Koren, Brewmaster, Black Creek Historic Brewery. "This amber
ale is lightly carbonated and balanced to favour a slightly bitter
hopping while delivering peppery, spicy notes with a bouquet
reminiscent of ripe apples or calvados."
Black Creek Montgomery's Courage (product # 34137) retails for $3.95 per
500 mL (pint) bottle and is available in May and only for a short time.
LCBO customers can search the LCBO website, www.lcbo.com to locate stores offering the product, or simply ask for it at their
About Black Creek Historic Brewery
Located in Black Creek Pioneer Village, the Black Creek Historic Brewery
is a working recreation of a 19th century brewery, an era when beer was
both a popular beverage and a staple food. Using only period equipment
and no electricity, the Brewery handcrafts the same ale and porter
varieties enjoyed in Ontario before Confederation. Open daily to the
public, visitors can chat with costumed interpreters or join guided
tours and taste samples drawn from oak barrels. The beer can be enjoyed
on the premises at the Black Creek Historic Brewery Restaurant and Pub,
or brought home in returnable "growlers." Public events are held
throughout the year at the Brewery; the facility is also available for
corporate and private functions. Black Creek ales and porters sold
off-site at LCBO stores are brewed at a commercial facility under the
supervision of the Brewmaster. Black Creek Historic Brewery is a member
of the Ontario Craft Brewers and is operated by Black Creek Pioneer
Village in partnership with Pioneer Breweries Limited. For more
information, visit http://www.blackcreekbrewery.ca.
SOURCE: Black Creek Historic Brewery
For further information:
Black Creek Pioneer Village
416.661.6600 ext 5632; firstname.lastname@example.org