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Sawdust City

Postby S. St. Jeb » Mon Nov 02, 2015 9:38 pm

deepeary wrote:
MeltedOzark wrote:
deepeary wrote:Regarding Sawdust, I think they doing great things. On October long weekend they had 11 different beers in cans, 10 of which were all about $3-4 per can. Delicious too.

The only Sawdust I can ever find in the LCBO is Lone Pine and Golden Beach. Where are you finding 11 different cans? Downtown?

It was at the brewery retail store in Gravenhurst.
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Winter is Coming » Wed Nov 04, 2015 5:44 pm

I've been to the brewery twice over the last month and each time they had new beers on shelves for decent prices. I've picked up:

1) 1606
2) Seven Weeks of Staying up All Night
3) Long Dark Voyage to Uranus (also in the LCBO)
4) Plantation 1 row 27 wet hop ale
5) Pointless Marketing Imperial Session IPA
6) Sagemehl Stadt Marzen
7) Twin Pine IIPA
8 ) Winding road for 7km
9) The Blood of Cthulhu Barrel Aged Imperial Stout
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Dennis » Thu Nov 05, 2015 1:55 pm

Sawdust updated their website recently - they now have a 'what's in the fridge' section: http://www.sawdustcitybrewing.com/ (scroll down).
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Craig » Wed Jan 06, 2016 5:33 pm

http://www.sawdustcitybrewing.com/january/

Sawdust City paired up with Escarpment Yeast to go out in the forest and find a wild yeast strain they could brew with. They ended up blending one they found with Brett Brux to eventually produce at saison. Very cool.
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Titania Bourbon Barrel Aged Imp Stout

Postby GtownRandy » Fri Sep 02, 2016 9:41 am

GRAVENHURST, ON – Sawdust City Brewing has announced the release of a new limited edition variation on one of its popular seasonal brands.

Titania is a 10% abv barrel-aged Imperial stout described as follows:

Titania takes a big, bold beer and makes it bigger and bolder. We aged our Long Dark Voyage to Uranus Imperial Stout in Heaven Hill Kentucky Bourbon Barrels allowing it to develop an entirely new depth of flavour. LDV’s intense dark chocolate and coffee notes remain present, but are joined by flavours of vanilla, coconut, charred oak, and a slight bourbon element. The creamy mouthfeel and combination of flavours create a fudge-like character which makes Titania highly drinkable.

Titania will be released today (September 2nd) in a limited run of 750 ml bottles exclusively at the Sawdust City retail store.
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Craig » Fri Sep 02, 2016 11:29 am

I bet they have that on at cask days.
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Dennis » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:49 am

Surprised I had to go back 6 pages to find a Sawdust thread. If anyone is interested, posted something new on Sawdust here:

https://theipamythblog.wordpress.com/20 ... your-feet/

Focus is on their growth in the context of the Ontario retail environment.

Cheers!
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Tapsucker » Wed Jan 17, 2018 9:12 pm

Dennis wrote:Surprised I had to go back 6 pages to find a Sawdust thread. If anyone is interested, posted something new on Sawdust here:

https://theipamythblog.wordpress.com/20 ... your-feet/

Focus is on their growth in the context of the Ontario retail environment.

Cheers!


Nice blog!
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Dennis » Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:09 am

Tapsucker wrote:
Dennis wrote:Surprised I had to go back 6 pages to find a Sawdust thread. If anyone is interested, posted something new on Sawdust here:

https://theipamythblog.wordpress.com/20 ... your-feet/

Focus is on their growth in the context of the Ontario retail environment.

Cheers!


Nice blog!


Thanks for reading.
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby duckdown » Thu Apr 09, 2020 12:22 am

A local buddy in Kitchener from my Cannabis and Beer Discord split an order with me, just had 5 of their most recent drops and was quite impressed by all of them
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby Tapsucker » Sun Apr 12, 2020 1:35 pm

duckdown wrote:A local buddy in Kitchener from my Cannabis and Beer Discord split an order with me, just had 5 of their most recent drops and was quite impressed by all of them



So 355ML cans are too small, but drops are fine? :roll:
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Re: Sawdust City

Postby duckdown » Sun Apr 12, 2020 2:39 pm

Tapsucker wrote:
duckdown wrote:A local buddy in Kitchener from my Cannabis and Beer Discord split an order with me, just had 5 of their most recent drops and was quite impressed by all of them



So 355ML cans are too small, but drops are fine? :roll:

Lmao! “Drops” are what they’re calling new beer releases in the IG hood haha!

The sawdust city cans were all Tallboys
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