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Category Archive for: Brewery Life

Posted on February 12, 2014 by Marina

Guest Post by Tory (Retail & Events). A lot goes on behind the scenes of our production facility to get our delicious Pilsner from the tanks to your lips.  We talked to our Lead-hand of Bottling, Lawrence Rench to see what happens on a daily basis to make that happen. Bottling:   How many staff members will work on a bottling day? It takes 18 staff members to rotate through the bottling stations. How many days a week do you run the bottling line? Between three-four in the summer and two in the winter. On an average day how many 24’s will […]

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Posted on January 28, 2014 by Marina

Our Men of Steam Whistle calendars are now available at the brewery for $20 with all proceeds ging towards The Ontario Ride to Conquer Cancer. Due to demand, we are also now offering the option to order the calendar by mail.  Please send a paypal total of $25 to merch@steamwhistle.ca and Jill will help you out. Our Mr. January is Ben Taylor, home delivery. Here is what it feels like to be Mr. January: “Being Mr January is awesome! Not only do I get to share the pages of the Steamy Men of Steam Whistle calendar with some of the manliest men in […]

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Posted on January 21, 2014 by Marina

Brewing is an art and a science and we love to answer your questions to help spread beer knowledge.  Thanks to Colin (our assistant Brewmaster) for taking the time to answer your questions. And thank you also for brewing our delicious Pilsner.   1. “Why is the majority of beer 5% alcohol. How did that happen? Some guy decided one day “hey! 5% in every beer!”? (Jordan St John) Great question. We believe it all goes back to government taxation and alcohol content. Specifically, to reference  regulation 718: 1.  (1)  In the definition of “beer” in section 1 of the Act, the prescribed […]

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