5.0% Alc. by Vol.
Cameron’s Ambear Ale is our most-awarded beer. Deliciously complex, this West Coast style ale uses an abundance of citrus, aromatic American hops. Named after its unique rich colour, this beer offers a full body that evokes a multitude of different flavors. Watch for the generous hop aroma and smooth maltiness, followed by a deep smooth finish. A perfect complement for red meat, fish or a spicy food.
5.0% Alc. by Vol.
Cameron’s Captain’s Log Lager is a pale golden in colour, this European lager is brewed with “noble hops”, the term noble hop refers to traditional varieties that have low bitterness and high aroma that have been grown for hundreds of years. Only the finest two-row malted barley is used. Never rushed, this lager is fermented cold and long, to create a crisp, fresh and great for easy-drinking occasions.
7.1% Alc. by Vol.
Doppelbocks are Teutonic-inspired dark lagers that feature imported German malt and were served by the Bavarian monks during times of fasting as “liquid bread.” It features imported German malt and has a deep dark amber colour. Its aroma is full of sweet toffee and caramel and its body brings out hints of coffee and freshly baked bread. The finish is deliciously complex with a full mouth feel, followed by lasting sweetness.
In Bavarian folklore, the demonic Krampus featured on the bottle accompanies St. Nicholas, warning and punishing evil-doers and deviants. Watch out for the seasonal appearance of this wickedly delicious beer!
9.2% Alc. by Vol.
Cameron’s Obsidian Imperial Porter (Rum Barrel Aged) is next in our successful Oak-Aged Series. Obsidian Imperial Porter is 9.2% ABV and is best served at 13 – 15C in a tapered glass such as a snifter. Dark & intriguing as the midnight sky, Cameron’s Obsidian Imperial Porter is loaded with magnificent and robust flavor. Aged for seven months in Caribbean rum barrels, roasted malt and chocolate character abound in this velvety, nectarous ale.
6.6% Alc. by Vol. Rye Pale Ale is one of our most popular year-round beers. It 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 massive portion of rye which contributes to mouth feel and Cameron’s Rye Pale Ale’s own special character.