Posts tagged ontario craft beer
Chau Pop-Up – God Save The Bao

Asian inspired snacks on Victoria Day long weekend! Chau pops up at the brewery on Saturday, May 19th at 12pm to 6pm. We’ll be releasing two new collab-beers with esteemed citizens of Durham County. First up is Old Sticks in the Mud Pale Ale, and the second is Hausgebräu In Das Haus Weizenbock.

Menu:
asian nachos
tortilla chips – chili – cheese
pickled jalapeno – sriracha sour cream
green onions – sesame seeds*
$8

korean sloppy joe bao
all of the mushrooms – tofu –slaw
house pickles - chili garlic aioli – coriander
sesame seeds•
$8

death by bao
popcorn chicken – house chili oil – kimchi aioli
house pickles – secret spice mix
$9

*vegan option available

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Cinco De Mayo Party ~Taco 'Bout A Fiesta!

On Saturday, May 5th, celebrate Cinco De Mayo at the brewery with a food pop-up by our amigos from the CRAFT Beer Market Toronto. They will be serving up some tasty tacos, we'll have some special brews and fine Spanish tunes. No tickets needed, just come and Fiesta Mexicana.

Menu:

Pork Carnitas
Pickled Red Onion & Carrot, Lime Garlic Aioli
$4 each

Carne Asada Taco
Pico de Gallo, Avocado Crema
$5 each

Chipotle Tempeh Taco
Yucatan Salsa, Chipotle Aioli
$4 each

Black Bean, Corn & Quinoa Salad
$3 Each

It’s SMaSH Time

Ontario is well known for growing over fifty varieties of fruits and vegetables. We also produce a lot of maple syrup and honey as well as livestock, poultry, fish, legumes, and dairy products. The Niagara region has become famous for its wine production. “Hey Muddy York, stop boring me with your Ontario agriculture propaganda,” you’re probably snickering to yourself. “I want to read about beer and beer only. Beer. Beer. Beer.” Ok, we get it. But hang on, because, in just a second, we’re going to tell you about some Ontario agricultural information that we promise will result in beer.

Our good friends at VQH Farms are growing some truly spectacular hops here in Ontario. We’ve used their goods in many of our beers and we’re excited to tell you that we are re-releasing our Ward 2: Centennial Pale Ale with 100% Ontario-grown hops from VQH Farms and 100% Canadian grown barley. It’s a single malt, single hop pale ale (aka SMaSH beer) that pours a beautiful hazy yellow and boasts an irresistible lemony flavour profile.

It’s in the fridge and on tap here at the Muddy York Retail Store and Taproom now.

Cheers,
Muddy York Brewing Co.

Major Flavour, Small ABV, Thoroughly Balanced

Egads, we’ve been busy! We’re pleased to announce yet another new release this month, with new artwork to boot. Introducing Major Small Best Bitter, our take on a traditional English Bitter. If you liked our Commonwealth Series Muddy Beagle E.S.B, this is the beer for you. Using earthy English hops and biscuity UK malts, this beer boasts major flavour with a lower alcohol percentage. The original session ale, freshly bottled and available in the retail store.

Have a great weekend!

From all of us at Muddy York Brewing Co.