Mill St Beer Dinner to Celebrate Canada Coast to Coast

This summer Mill Street Brewery is kicking off the season by celebrating Canada 150 with their special Great Canadian Beer Dinner on Wednesday, July 18th at Toronto’s Brew Pub. Hosted by Mill Street’s own Brewmaster, Joel Manning, and Brew Pub Head Brewer’s from Ottawa, Calgary, and St. John’s. The event will showcase the companies new Summer BrewPub Pack in a four-course Canadian inspired meal.

The Summer BrewPub Pack, which can be found in LCBOs across Ontario, features traditional ales, fruity wheat beers and full bodied IPA’s from Toronto, Calgart, St John’s, & Ottawa.

“There is no better way to celebrate Canada than right where the Mill Street dream started.” says, Roger McNaughton, VP of Marketing at Mill Street Brewery. “We wanted our guests to get to enjoy our new Summer BrewPub Pack over a meal created specially for our brews, right here in the Distillery District.”

This event is open to the public, tickets are now on sale for $91.70. Tickets can be purchased online, here.

 The even will take place on July 18th, 2017 at 5:00pm at the Toronto Brew Pub (21 Tank House Lane)

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Nickel Brook Launching “Cause For A Cause” Fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities

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Nickel Brook Launching “Cause For A Cause” Fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House Charities
BURLINGTON, ON – May 25, 2017 – Nickel Brook Brewing Co. has announced that it will be donating a portion of sales from every can of Cause & Effect Blonde sold during the month of June to Ronald McDonald House Charities.

“Ronald McDonald House was a very important resource for my family when my sister was sick years ago” president, John Romano said.  “We want to help continue the amazing work they do there, and thought Cause For A Cause was the perfect way to do that.”

Cause & Effect Blonde is one of Nickel Brook’s core brands. A clean, sessionable BlondeCause_Effect2 ale that weighs in at 4.7% and 19 IBUs, it is a highly approachable brew that’s perfect for summer. The beer is available in LCBO, Grocery and Beer Store locations across the province.

For every can sold in the month of June, Nickel Brook is committed to donating 10 cents to RMHC. As well, Nickel Brook will be hosting a fundraiser BBQ at the Burlington brewery on June 17th, where all beer proceeds will be added to the final donation total. Further details will be available through Nickel Brook’s social media channels.

Ronald McDonald House Charities is a network of 15 houses across Canada that provide a home away from home for families of children who are seriously ill and being treated at nearby hospitals.  The first house opened in 1981, and the charity has expanded to bring their amazing resources to families across the country. 80% of the houses’ operating budgets come from private donations and community fundraisers such as Cause For A Cause.

“We’re always looking for new ways to give back to our community, and now everyone who loves our beer can help out too” said Romano.