Blue Collar now in Norfolk County LCBO's!

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Blue Collar Tallboys now available at Norfolk County LCBO's

THB is proud to announce that Blue Collar Pale Ale is now available at the Norfolk County LCBO locations in the towns of Simcoe, Langton and Waterford!

Selling for $2.95 per 473ml tall boyBlue Collar Pale Ale comes in at 33 IBU with a fresh, crisp finish aided by using Centennial hops (known for it's piney flavour) during the dry hopping process producing a fresh, light hop flavour that is clean on the pallet.  Blue Collar pairs perfectly with grilled veg and meats, aged cheddar, and late summer camp fires!

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THB Now Available at Charred Rotisserie House!

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Grab a THB with your Piri Piri Chicken!!

THB is proud to announce that Blue Collar Pale Ale is now available at the Charred Rotisserie House!  Located at 244 James St. N, Charred has quickly become the spot downtown to get great rotisserie.  Try it with their excellent piri piri sauce, availible in mild, hot, extra hot!

 244 James St. N - 289.396.0662

 

 

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Towns of Dorcherster & Belmont LCBO's now have THB!

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Blue Collar now available at Dorchester and Belmont LCBO's

THB is proud to announce that Blue Collar Pale Ale is now available at both the LCBO locations in the towns of Dorcherster and Belmont!

Selling for $2.95 per 473ml tall boyBlue Collar Pale Ale comes in at 33 IBU with a fresh, crisp finish aided by using Centennial hops (known for it's piney flavour) during the dry hopping process producing a fresh, light hop flavour that is clean on the pallet.  Blue Collar pairs perfectly with grilled veg and meats, aged cheddar, and late summer camp fires!

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THB Now Available at the John St. Diner!

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John St. Diner now serves THB!

THB is proud to announce that Blue Collar Pale Ale is now available at the John St. N Diner!  Located at 29 John St. N, right at the corner of King William and John St. N. Known for their classic diner food done beautifully alongside surprises like perfect eggs benny and smoked salmon, head on down for your next breakfast or lunch!

 29 John St. N - 289.389.8898

 

 

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McMaster & THB!

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THB and McMaster are proud to make it official!  MAC sent out this press release ahead of the homecoming Marauder’s thumping of the York Lions 67-10 on Saturday, Sept 26th!

“The McMaster Department of Athletics and Recreation is happy to announce a new partnership with The Hamilton Brewery, which will serve as the featured beer for the Marauder Beer Garden at McMaster home football games.

“I would like to welcome The Hamilton Brewery, a local craft brewer, to Marauder Nation,” said Glen Grunwald, Director of Athletics and Recreation.  “Our fans can now enjoy Blue Collar Pale Ale at our new Beer Garden during all home football games at Ron Joyce Stadium.  Because the McMaster Marauders have received such great support from the Hamilton community over the years, we in turn are proud to help support our local business community.”

The Hamilton Brewery offers its Blue Collar Pale Ale at 35 restaurants and bars in Hamilton, including The Phoenix Bar & Grill on the McMaster campus.  It is available on draught and in cans, and will be on sale very soon at the LCBO.

“The Hamilton Brewery (THB)  is very proud to have partnered with McMaster and the Marauders,” said Warren Pyper,  Founder and Owner of THB.   “We are eager to serve our flagship beer – Blue Collar Pale Ale – at all Marauder home games!”  Brewed from a recipe that is a Hamilton original, Blue Collar Pale Ale has 5.5% alcohol content.”

THB is very proud to be associated with the McMaster and the Marauders.  THB is looking forward to a long and positive relationships with McMaster!  Blue Collar Pale Ale is available at all regular season and playoff home Marauders games as well as on campus at the fantastic Phoenix Bar & Grill!

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THB and what is to come….

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Hey Hamilton… we are so close. It has been a very long and winding path that has truly forced me to live a saying that we used to use all the time in the infantry (Hamilton’s own, Riley’s!)…. Improvise, adapt & overcome! One learns so much as they progress in working toward a dream. Plans change, expectations evolve, goals refine. Eventually through perseverance a dream starts to gain traction, then momentum truly begins. As of right now THB is closer than ever to becoming a reality. Through the evolution of the planning and funding process I have been forced to refocus and become a contract brewer. This decision is in hopes of building THB the brand up to one were, in the not so distant future, THB can break ground on it’s very own brick and mortar brewery here in Hamilton. The fact of the matter is, it takes a ton of cash to do that and we just weren’t getting there. Not without a product in the market place and some sales history. This decision means that THB needed to take it’s brewing to another Southern Ontario brewery. Don’t worry, these guys are great and the reciepe remains our own. With the brewing leaving the city it became even more important that everything else be done here in the Hamilton. THB’s new branding, our glasses, tap handles, apparel, coasters, and a host of other products and services are all Hamilton made and/or provided. Our licenses are pending, our production test batch is about ready to be brewed. If all goes according to plan we are on track for a mid to late November launch. Blue Collar Pale Ale will be availible ontap to begin in bar’s and restaurants all over the city. If you don’t see it on tap let your bar tender or waitress know about us. I hope to progress this into cans and also to launch a second brand in the spring but to do so THB will need your help! Tell your friends, tell your family…..tell strangers at the bar! Cheers! Warren Pyper For more check out this great spot TheSpec just ran on us. http://www.thespec.com/news-story/4872245-hamilton-brewery-hoping-to-have-beer-on-tap-this-fall/

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