Toronto, ON – The line-up includes ‘Buck 10’ a big Imperial Amber by Jeremy Coghill, owner of Lansdowne Brewery, ‘The Borough’ a citrusy American Pale Ale by the co-owner of The Borough gastro pub, Richard Zimmerman and a delightful Extra Special Bitter by homebrewer and GTA Brews club member, David Green named ‘Muddy Beagle’. A fourth beer will be brewed in the coming weeks with Richard Sigesmund of The General Brewing Co. A 10% Imperial Stout called ‘Inkwell’ which debuted at last years Cask Days festival. Inkwell will be aged for 6 months in preparation for a special release sometime before Christmas.
The series will be available through Muddy York Brewing’s retail bottle shop and select bars and restaurants. Visit muddyyorkbrewing.com/retailstore for more info and a real time listing of available beers.
“There are a lot of fellow craft brewers, home brewers and people in the industry who we respect and admire, and who we’ve wanted to collaborate with for a while. We’ve invited a few of them in to create a beer ‘Commonwealth’ of sorts. Brewers have been sharing knowledge for centuries and collective brewing elevates quality for everyone involved. It’s a very unique industry in that competiveness really isn’t a part of the lexicon.” says Jeff Manol, Founder and Head Brewer of Muddy York Brewing Co. “Working together for the common good is a key part of any successful community, and we want to contribute to that ideal.”
About Muddy York Brewing Co.
Muddy York Brewing Co. is a craft brewery situated in East York. Named after the somewhat derogatory term for York, the 18th century settlement that is now Toronto, Muddy York Brewing Co. pays homage to it’s brewing roots, making beer that is handcrafted in small batches. Muddy York Brewing Co. strives to brew beer of high quality that is perfectly balanced and remarkably drinkable.