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APRIL 2013

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Cofounder Cam a the RTCC 2012

Cofounder Cam heaps during RTCC 2012. Photo by Katrina.

Help us name our newest fleet member - the Steam Whistle keg bike!

In 2012, David Keogh hand crafted the bike specifically for Cam Heaps, one of our co-founders, to participate in Ride To Conquer Cancer. The bike was inspired by the low riders and the party scene in Mission Beach California when Dave and Cam attended the Craft Brewers Convention. Cam rode the bike a total of 220 kilometres during Ride To Conquer Cancer in 2012, complete with 60 litre keg and 20 pounds of ice, while serving beer the entire way.

Keg Bike

Introducing the newest member to our vintage fleet – the Steam Whistle keg bike!

We want your help in celebrating the quality craftsmanship and unique design of the bike! Help us name the newest addition here. If we use your submission, you will be rewarded by the Good Beer Folks!

 
 

RTCC Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser

Green Events

Say hi to the Good Beer Folks!

See when we’re hosting something in your town and check out our Events Listings.

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Behind the Scenes

behind the scenes

Our vintage vehicles are picked up from storage. Spring is officially here!

Cinco de Mayo  

We’re doing it all again! Come support the Steam Whistle team on May 3rd at the Ride To Conquer Cancer Fundraiser at our brewery. All proceeds go to the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation. You can purchase tickets online.

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10 Green Initiatives You Didn’t
Know About

Green Initiatives  

Although April is Earth Month, we’re committed to doing things the green way at the brewery all year round! If you’re familiar with our green initiatives, take a read through our lesser known (but equally important!) green initiatives.

 

Watch: Revolutions

Revolution Film  

Revolution is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed SHARKWATER documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger – it's humanity itself. Playing across Canada starting April 12th.

Steam Whistle is glad take a part in the premier of the film!

 
Steam Whistle Mail Bag
 
Tallboys Enjoying a Pilsner

TALLBOYS enjoying our Pilsner at the baseball game!

  Matt's Choice

Matt’s choice for the home opener game!

  Custom Draught Unit

Cofounder Cam & Al enjoying pints from a "Barrie Built" custom draught unit for ice fishing.

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