Friday, November 11, 2011

Ontario Craft Brewers Release Discovery Pack #10 for the Holidays

Give a Gift of Good Taste

Perfect Pairings, Recipes & Musical Match Up

Ontario Craft Brewers (OCB) joyfully release the 10th installment of their ever-popular variety pack beer series, The OCB Discovery Pack, available in select LCBO stores beginning in November (product code #254672).

This edition features a new lineup of beers, including:

Black Oak Brewery’s Nut Brown Ale

F&M Brewery’s Stonehammer Dark Ale

Muskoka Brewery’s Mad Tom IPA

Nickel Brook Brewing Co.’s Nickel Brook Ale

Old Credit Brewery’s Amber Ale

Trafalgar Brewery’s Smoked Oatmeal Stout

“This 10th Edition of the OCB Discovery Pack offers a hand-selected combination of unique and flavourful brews perfect for the holiday season,” says Mike Arnold of Trafalgar Brewing Company. “The beers styles are darker, more flavourful and ideal for cooler weather. And, it makes a great gift for those open to discovering Ontario Craft Beer.”

PERFECT PAIRINGS for the holiday OCB Discovery Pack, visit:

BEER COCKTAILS: (by beer enthusiast/DeSotos’ server Beata)

Muskoka Mad Tom’s Fallen Apple

Muskoka Nickel Apple Bite


Stonehammer Dark Ale Cheese Wheel (Cheeses this tastes good!)

Nickel Brook French Onion Beer Soup (Beer twist on classic comfort soup)


Noreen’s Meatballs with Old Credit Amber Ale (A Lista family favourite!)


Black Oak Ginger Nut Brown Ale Cookies (Canada’s first beer cookie created by Chef Howard Dubrovsky of L.A.B.)


The unique OCB Discovery Pack was designed by the OCB to educate consumers about different styles of premium beer, and help beer lovers discover the world of Craft Beer available in Ontario.

It’s easy to find an OCB Discovery Pack using OCB’s hand-held app (

And, while sampling the brews, try OCB’s new OCB Interactive Tasting Tool. It'll walk you through the tasting process, show you what to look for in different beer styles, and allow you to keep a permanent record of all the OCB brands you taste. Afterwards, when you're looking for your next OCB beer to try, explore the OCB style guide. And look for the OCB seal when visiting the LCBO!


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