Manitoulin Brewing Company launches Bridal Veil Pale Ale

MANITOULIN—Manitoulin Brewing Company’s newest brew, Bridal Veil Pale Ale, will be hitting the shelves of the Little Current LCBO this Saturday and the tap at the Anchor Inn Hotel and North 46 Restaurant at the Manitoulin Hotel and Conference Centre.

“We started brewing Bridal Veil two years ago in my garage,” said Blair Hagman, who co-owns MBC with Nishin Meawasige. “Last fall we switched from making it in 50-gallon batches to 2,000 litres. We were excited to get it to that scale. It took us two to five batches to lock into the original recipe, but ensuring quality was key for us.”

“Bridal Veil has a slightly hoppy aroma of pine and citrus when you first open the can,” said Mr. Hagman. “When you pour it into a glass it has a light amber colour.”

Bridal Veil’s flavour is described having a “balanced malt backbone and a clean finish.”

“It has been getting great reviews since it hit the Beer Store shelves and was approved to be distributed to the Little Current LCBO shelves this Saturday,” said Mr. Hagman, noting that it will be heading to stores across the North from Sault Ste. Marie to Sudbury as well.

Head by the Little Current Beer Store, LCBO, Anchor Inn Hotel or North 46 Restaurant to try the Bridal Veil Pale Ale this weekend.