Baby it's cold!

January 2, 2014, BAYSVILLE —  The mercury may be a wee bit low for comfort, but buck up, bundle up, and get out there. There’s plenty to keep our engines running at Lake of Bays Brewing Company.

January 4, 2014: NHL Alumni Tour is playing in Bracebridge to raise dollars for local charities. Tickets are $22, but if you follow us on Twitter or Facebook you could win tickets! For more about the tourney go to

January 16-18: London Food & Wine Show. Arrive hungry, and thirsty! Look for Lake of Bays Brewing Company. More about the show and how to get your tickets here.

January 18: Johnny Bower himself, one of the greatest goaltenders of all time and the honouree of our Signature Series tribute brew China Wall, will be appearing at the LCBO Toronto Summerhill on January 18, Hockey Day in Canada. He will be signing bottles of China Wall and chatting up visitors from about 1:30 to 2:15, and then he’ll be heading to Boston Pizza on Front Street for more of the same. Come meet one of the greatest hockey legends of all time.

January 24-26: National Bridal Show, Toronto – Your special day deserves special beer, don’t you think? Go say hello to Nadine, who’s bringing Lake of Bays to the National Bridal Show, at the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place Toronto.

January 25: Hockey Night in Haliburton. Come see the world premiere of There’s Something in the Water, a riveting documentary that follows the rise of Haliburton’s many sons who have become hockey sensations. You can view the trailer here. Organizers are shooting for 2,000 to 3,000 attendees, making this event the biggest Haliburton has ever seen. Read a Highlander article about the event.

February 1: Launch of Spring Maple Belgian Blonde Ale. Brewed in association with the Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association using Ontario maple syrup, this limited-edition seasonal ale was a real hit last year. Look for it at the LCBO and at select licensees using on your smartphone.

And remember, the days are getting longer! Before you know it you’ll be sipping a cold one on the dock.