TORONTO — Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale has emerged on the Canadian market to coincide with the 200th birth year of Canada’s first Prime Minister, Sir John A. MacDonald.
“While there are a growing number of outstanding craft-beer choices, there has been an absence of a distinctive yet smooth ale that Canadians can call their own,” said Ian Macdonald, co-founder of Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale. “We designed Old Tomorrow CPA to fill this gap with a flavour-forward, full-bodied taste that is not too bitter, making it a memorable and unique brew that is very versatile for any occasion.”
The beer consists of traditional brewing methods with Old World and New World malts and hops with an addition of Canadian rye to characterize a distinct Canadian palette. It has hints of fruity flavours, coupled with a biscuity aroma. The light caramel to copper beverage is unfiltered, contains no preservatives and is not pasteurized.
The beer is available in areas surrounding Toronto, Ottawa and Kingston, Ont.