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Cameronís RPA brewed by Cameron's Brewing - Oakville, Ontario


Cameronís RPA brewed by Cameron's Brewing - Oakville, Ontario    

Cameronís Rye Pale Ale ABV is one of our most popular seasonal beers. It was originally brewed for the 2011 Bar Volo IPA challenge, earning 2nd Place, by combining the best parts of American and British IPA styles, we achieved a robust and unique staple. This fusion is hazy orange-amber in colour, with a well-constructed white head. It begins with an up front citrus aroma followed by a complex malt body with a hint of peppery rye which releases earthy floral British hop flavour on the finish.
 

RPA brewed by Cameron's Brewing

         
It is made of a combination of seven different floral British and pungent American hops, some which are added in a dry hopping process. This involves adding hops directly to the fermented beer in the fermenter. The hops are well supported by a large malt bill of five character malts with a generous portion of rye which contributes to mouth feel and Cameronís Rye Pale Aleís own special character.

Beer Review from Beer Advocate
This is a tasty little number! I've enjoyed it before, but I was working in my garage so I didn't give RPA the attention it deserves. This beer pours with a deep orange hue, a bit cloudy, with a finger of tan head. The nose is lovely - plenty of floral hops that give a nice hint of what is to come. The taste is everything that a quality brew should be - layered and ever evolving. The malt, rye, and hops blend together and each layer pops out at you as you taste it. This beer plays out like an IPA with a nice dry black pepper finish, and the rye adds a delightful twist. This is an awesome brew that is worth seeking out!
  

    
Cameron Brewing
With over 40 brewing excellence awards in our 15-year history, Cameronís Brewing Company is a true craft brewery. We have been passionately brewing our all natural ales and lagers since 1997 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.

Original founder, Cameron Howe, began his journey with the idea of introducing quality craft beer into the Ontario marketplace. What started as a mere hobby quickly turned into a flourishing small business. Today, Cameronís Brewing Company remains true to its roots, with a dedicated team of beer experts committed to brewing quality, award-winning, locally crafted beer.
   

 Tapping a keg of Cameron's AleCamerons Brewing Delivery Truck   
In 2010, the new President and Co-Owner of Cameronís, Bill Coleman, was looking for a locally established brand of superior products that needed an injection of sales and marketing expertise. Cameronís met the criteria tenfold. In fact he liked the company so much, he bought it as the old adage says.

By adhering to traditional brewing practices using the finest ingredients available, along with our unmatched expertise, we are true beer artisans. As a brewery, we are both environmentally and socially conscious in our day-to- day practices. Our chief brewmaster, Jason Britton, who is traditionally trained in Germany, is a seasoned craftsman, and a veteran of the Ontario microbrewery industry. His team brews all our beer in small batches using all-natural ingredients. ďWe never compromise flavour or quality to save a penny, something that shows when you taste one of our lagers or ales,Ē says Britton. We pride ourselves on the consistency of our four traditional brews, while we celebrate our evolving specialty Brewmastersí series releases, such as the Oak Aged and Deviator Doppelbock.

Cameronís continually strives to invent new and unique brews; all to ensure our brand remains fresh and intriguing. But donít take our word for it, come to the brewery here and see for yourself! Get in touch to arrange a tour, or visit our retail store. Cameronís Brewing Company Ė brewed by a connoisseur, not an accountant.
    
   





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