Photo Album: Top Shelf Classic Lager launch party
A BIG thank you to everyone who came out for the Top Shelf Classic Lager launch party, held at Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto on October 8, 2013. Here are some photos from the evening.
Top Shelf Classic Lager — Now Available!
Thanks to everyone who came out for the official launch of Top Shelf Classic Lager, held October 8 at Wayne Gretzky’s Toronto. What a great evening! Check out the Photo Album.
October 8 also happened to be Walter Gretzky’s 75th birthday, and we were thrilled that he stopped by before and after the game (Leafs vs Colorado — [2-1 Colorado]) to say hello.
Top Shelf Classic Lager is now being shipped to pubs and restaurants as well as LCBOs across the province.
Here are the first establishments in Ontario where you can buy yourself a Top Shelf.
- Barrie: Locker Room
- Bracebridge: The Old Station Restaurant
- Brooklin: 1837
- Hamilton: Doors Pub
- Harcourt: White Pines Shores
- North Bay: Boston Pizza, Wacky Wings
- Oakville: Southside Cottage Grill
- Port Credit: Crooked Cue
- Sault Sainte Marie: Wacky Wings
- St. Catharines: Kim’s Wooden Nicol
- Sudbury: Wacky Wings
- Timmins: Wacky Wings
Look for Top Shelf at your local LCBO, or have a look on our phone-friendly mobile app: BeerFinder.ca; where you can find all of Lake of Bays’ beers are available near you.
Hope you enjoy it!
It's baaack! 10 Point IPA now available at the LCBO and on tap in Ontario
10 Point India Pale Ale returns
BAYSVILLE, ON – August 15, 2013 – Great news for IPA and craft beer fans across Ontario. Lake of Bays Brewing Co. is proud to announce the return of its 10 Point India Pale Ale, now available at LCBOs and on tap at pubs and restaurants across the province. Find the location nearest you on your smartphone at BeerFinder.ca.
Dry hopped for enhanced flavour, 10 Point IPA clocks in at 6% alc./vol. With IBUs (International Bittering Units) coming in at a relatively modest 55, this IPA is particularly sessionable (meaning that even those who are not hop heads can drink more than a glass of it). For more detailed information about 10 Point IPA click the image on the right to download an information sheet (PDF document).
“This is the second year that we’ve brought out the 10 Point,” said Lake of Bays Brewing Co. founder and president Darren Smith. “It was really well received last year.”
Support for Friends of Algonquin Park
Alongside the release of the 10 Point IPA, Lake of Bays Brewing has partnered with The Friends of Algonquin Park to support their work in Algonquin Park, located 30km northeast of Baysville. For every 750mL bottle of 10Point IPA purchased at the LCBO, Lake of Bays Brewing Co. donates $.25 to the charity, which acts as ambassador and steward for Algonquin Park.
“We want to give back to the community, and we really admire what The Friends of Algonquin Park do,” said Smith.
10 Point IPA is available while supplies last.
About Lake of Bays Brewing Company
Established in 2008, Lake of Bays Brewing Company is one of the fastest-growing craft breweries in Ontario. Based in Baysville Ontario, LB makes three year-round beers, Crosswind Pale Ale, Rock Cut Baysville Lager, and Spark House Red Ale. The company releases limited-edition brews every season: Spring Maple Belgian Blonde Ale (February), River Walker Summer Ale (May), 10 Point IPA (August), Old North Mocha Porter (November).
Lake of Bays Brewing’s beer is available at the brewery and in many LCBOs, Beer Stores, pubs and restaurants across Ontario. The company has recently expanded into western Canada and the United States. For more information go to www.lakeofbaysbrewing.ca
What’s coming up at Lake of Bays Brewing Co.
Lake of Bays Brewing recently signed a deal to make beer for the NHL Alumni Association. Learn more about the NHLAA at www.NHLAlumni.net. Top Shelf Classic Lager is scheduled to hit shelves in October, and the first of its Signature Series brews is in development.
About The Friends of Algonquin Park
The Friends of Algonquin Park (FOAP) is a registered charity that furthers educational and interpretive programs promoting stewardship of Algonquin Provincial Park. For more visit www.algonquinpark.on.ca/foap