Capital Blonde Ale

In 1793, Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe selected London, Ontario as the site of the future capital of Upper Canada, though Governor Dorchester later rejected this. This beer pays homage to the capital denied, with a defiantly bolder verson of the traditional blonde ale. The use of a unique hop combination added late in the boiling process is responsible for the beer's citrusy flavour and aroma. This beer finishes out nive and dry, great for any occasion, at any time of year.