Maple Butter Tart Beer - sure to be a crowd pleaser at the CNE

Maple Butter Tart Ale promises to be the Must-Try Beer at the CNE

Your visit to the CNE this August will not be complete without a taste of the very unique, and sinfully delicious, Maple Butter Tart Ale. The beer is the brainchild of Midland, home to “Ontario’s Best Butter Tart Festival.” Midland’s idea was selected as the winning beer proposal out of twelve entries for “Collaboration Nation North” at SESSION Muskoka.

At a smooth 5.0%abv, Maple Butter Tart Ale is a deep amber colour with a creamy head. Vivid aromas of maple, butter rum pudding, vanilla, and caramel candy lead the way for notes of pie crust, toffee, molasses and chocolate. This ale boasts a dry, medium bodied, creamy, well balanced crisp-hoppy bitterness. It then gives way to flavours of maple, toffee and malt, along with subtle notes of fruit, amber rum and butter on a long, enjoyable finish.

Brewed for Griffin Events by Sawdust City Brewing Co. you’ll find Maple Butter Tart Ale, along with staple and seasonal offerings by Sawdust City Brewing Co., at the CNE this August.

About Sawdust City Brewing Co.

Sawdust City Brewing Company is dedicated to the art and science of creating exceptional beer. Our brewmaster, Sam Corbeil, and his talented team create award-winning brews that expand the borders of traditional flavour profiles. Our beers are all-natural and made with only the finest ingredients. Sawdust City Brewing is recognized for its unforgettable tastes and our beer is sought after by craft beer enthusiasts, explorers and influencers throughout Ontario and beyond.

About Griffin Events Co.

From planning our own festivals, to executing event bars at festivals & weddings, we always aim to connect craft beer, VQA wine, local spirits, great food, and live music to our guests.

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Media contact:

Brittany Williams

Marketing Coordinator

Sawdust City Brewing Co.

mobile: 519.870.2850


Maple Butter Tart Beer - sure to be a crowd pleaser at the CNE

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