Tag Archive for ‘Cheshire Valley Brewing’

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Toronto’s The Rhino to host Fall Beer & Cider Festival

Toronto’s The Rhino and Canadian Beer News have teamed up for a new festival that will show off craft beer and cider. The Rhino Fall Beer & Cider Festival will take place on October 27 starting at 1:00 (or 12:00 for those who order advanced tickets). It looks like the festival will also be launch… Read More ›

My own efforts at the inaugural Barrel Bragging Rights competition in 2011.

Beer writers team with pro brewers for second annual Barrel Bragging Rights

In Toronto, the third annual Toronto Beer Week is coming up, and with it, the second annual Barrel Bragging Rights competition. Pairing Toronto area beer writers with professional breweries, Barrel Bragging Rights was the big kick-off event at last year’s Toronto Beer Week. And what an event it was! The place was absolutely packed. The… Read More ›

CASK and Granite hosting Beer for a Cure on April 30th

CASK will be hosting its annual fundraiser event in support of Prostate Cancer Canada at Granite Brewery on April 30th, starting at 7:00 p.m. For $65, you’ll get a four-course meal featuring paired cask ales from MacLean’s Ales and Cheshire Valley Brewing. More details and ticket information can be found on the CASK website.

Cheshire Valley English Mild launches

Cheshire Valley Brewing officially launched its Unfiltered English Mild last night at the Burger Bar in Toronto. Like its Unfiltered ESB that was released in September, the mild beer is a limited seasonal release. In speaking with Paul Dickey, the brains behind Cheshire Valley, the plan for the brewery is to brew a beer every… Read More ›

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Cheshire Valley Unfiltered English Mild launch party in Toronto tonight

Cheshire Valley Brewing will be unveiling its Unfiltered English Mild this evening at the Burger Bar in Toronto. According to a Burger Bar tweet, the beer weighs in at 3.5% ABV and has “medium bitterness supported by chocolate and roasted malt flavours. The hop flavour is light but balanced by chocolate malt sweetness.” Cheshire Valley,… Read More ›