CAMERON’S Rye Pale Ale (RPA) Back By Popular Demand
Press Release – Oakville, ON – November 8, 2012 – Hand brewed by beer artisans, CAMERON’S Brewing Company announced today its second release of CAMERON’S Rye Pale Ale. “We’re always listening to our beer enthusiasts and they’ve been asking us to bring RPA back which means that we hit the nail on the head and brewed a great product that beer lovers couldn’t get enough of,” says President and Co-Owner, Bill Coleman. “Not only have our beer fans’ discerning taste buds recognized this brew as a winner, but also judges from Canadian and Ontarian beer competitions have awarded CAMERON’S for its unique and outstanding product with a gold and silver medal as well as a People’s Choice Award,” adds Coleman.
“RPA 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,” says Brewmaster, Jason Britton. “This fusion is hazy orange-amber in colour, with a well-constructed white head. It begins with an upfront 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 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 CAMERON’S Rye Pale Ale’s own special character.
But it’s not only great to have your beer win awards but to also win the hearts of your craft beer fans. Here is an excerpt from Chris Schryers’s article, written in the Toronto Beer Blog,
“This beer is perfect. Perfection isn’t exclusive, but it’s a rare thing. There is lovely sweet malts, caramelly and dark, and those spices that could be related to the rye in the grain bill. I’m very tempted to just stop typing and drink. Big hops that are clearly white grapefruit and lemon. And the mouthfeel! One of the most velvety soft beers out there. Just incredible. So damn good.”Read more
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