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Archive for February, 2009

An Interview with Jan Rorig of Barley Days Brewing No Comments »

In this edition, Ontario Brewer travels to picturesque Picton in Prince Edward County, to visit Barley Days Brewing, one of the OCB’s newest members. Last year, Barley Days imported a new brewmaster from Germany to help them craft their quality beers. Jan Rorig shares some of his knowledge, and brewing philosophy with us.

An interview with Bob Wallace of TAPS Brewing No Comments »

TAPS' BoB Wallace In this episode we talk to Bob Wallace, the head brewer at TAPS Brewery. Established in 2004 and family-owned and -operated, TAPSÂ may be located in the heart of Niagara Wine Country, but it's making it a name for itself with great craft beer. Bobs fills us in on the TAPS history and philosophy.

Local Beer and Live Music: The Perfect Combination No Comments »

Donovan Woods
Trafalgar Brewery has partnered with SunnyLane Reocrds and The Cloak & Dagger ( 394 College Street ) for a special series of events.

Starting Wednesday February 18th, Trafalgar Brewery & SunnyLane Records will host an acoustic music night; this will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month.

Come down to the Cloak & Dagger on Wednesday February 18th to listen to Donovan Woods, voted ” Toronto ‘s Best Local Songwriter of 2008″ by the readers of NOW Magazine.

Show time: 10:00pm
Cost: “Pass the Jug”

Make sure you order a pint of Trafalgar’s Paddy’s Irish Red, now on tap at the Cloak & Dagger.

Paddy’s Irish Red:
Irish red was created in the 1800’s by master brewer George Henry Lett. Trafalgar has recreated the extraordinary nutty taste and unique amber color with crystal malts and roasted barley. Tettenanger and saaz hops round out the bouquet of this fine dark lager.

Trafalgar Brewery
SunnyLane Reocrds
Donovan Woods
The Cloak & Dagger

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