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🍻 The first lighthouse on the Great Lakes
🍻 Became part of the foundation of Fort Mississauga
🍻A beacon of light in the dark
The Mississauga Point lighthouse was the first lighthouse to shine on the Great Lakes. Built in 1804, this beacon of light was damaged in the War of 1812 and as legend has it, became part of the foundation for the tower of Fort Mississauga.
Our Brewmaster taps into that same fortitude to highlight this true lightweight powerhouse.
More about the Mississauga Point Lighthouse: https://parks.canada.ca/lhn-nhs/on/fortgeorge/culture/pointe-mississauga-point
4.0% ABV | 17 ABU
Crisp and bright notes of lime and mint hop aromas cut through a classic crackery malt profile that features hints of sweetness from an addition of flaked maize.
Pale golden with sparkling clarity and a brilliant white head.
A thirst-quenching crowd pleaser with bright, citrus hop flavours complementing a classic grainy malt foundation. Notes of sweet corn, cracker, citrus and fresh herbs provide a surprising complexity in an easy-drinking package.
A clean, refreshing and eminently drinkable beer that refuses to sacrifice flavour – a true lightweight powerhouse. (4.0%)