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St. George’s Society of Toronto cordially invites you to our:

“Virtual International Beer Tasting Event"

Guided by "Beer Knight" Guy McClelland

Sunday, October 25, 2020
1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Virtual Event via ZOOM

Beer Tasting Baskets are $49.00
(A tax receipt will be issued for the maximum allowable once all costs have been identified). 

If you can't join us virtually, please feel free to purchase a basket separately (valued over $100). 
Baskets may be picked up at the St. George’s Society's office (50 Baldwin St, Suite 304) on Friday, October 23rd from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and  Saturday, October 24th from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Please contact Idalia Obregon to book an appointment to pick up baskets: 416-816-9154,  executive@stgeorgesto.org

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Included in the baskets are... 
  • Badger Fursty Ferret Beer
  • Delirium Tremens Beer
  • Früli Beer
  • O'Hara's Irish Stout 
  • Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer
  • Riverside Pilsner Toronto Arrows Edition Beer
  • Sapporo Premium Beer
  • Sleeman Original Draught
  • Mackie's Crisps 
  • Nairn's Fruit and Seed Crackers
  • Beer Glassware 
  • Beer Coasters
  • Beer Openers
  • Toronto Arrows Rugby Club Calendars and Pins
  • Truefitt & Hill Sachets with Shaving Creams and After Shave Balms Samples

John W. Sleeman was raised in Ottawa and as a young adult he moved to England where he was inspired by the British-style pub scene. John W. brought that inspiration back to Canada and in 1978 he stretched his entrepreneurial legs by opening his own British-style pub called The Major Oak. John W. found further success when he became a partner in The Imported Beer Company.

John W. spent his youth relatively unaware of his family’s history in the brewing industry. He was first introduced to his family’s legacy through his Aunt Florian. With a little encouragement from his Aunt Florian and receiving his grandfather’s recipe book, the Sleeman legacy was reborn. In 1985 John W. purchased the original company back from Standard Brands, obtained the rights to use the original trademark, and officially re-incorporated Sleeman Brewing and Malting Co. Ltd. After selling their first pint of Sleeman Cream Ale in 1988, the company became one of the fastest growing businesses in Canada and would go on to acquire several other microbreweries including Upper Canada Brewing Company, The Maritime Beer Company, Shaftebury Brewing Co., and Unibroue Inc. In 1994, the Sleeman Brewing and Malting Co. Ltd and Okanagan Springs Brewery merged to become Sleeman Breweries Ltd. And in 2006, Sleeman Breweries was purchased by Sapporo Breweries Ltd. for $400 million.

From The Top with John Sleeman

Win Prizes!
  • Spring Mill Distillery Gin
  • Golf T-shirt and Golf Club Cover
  • Sleeman Brewery hats
  • Toronto Arrows Rugby Club Toque and Scarf set
Silent Auction
  • Queen and Beaver Public House Gift Certificate
  • Haugen's Chicken & Ribs Barbeque Gift Certificate
  • 2 x Z-103.5 Grand Prizes valued at $300+ (Landmark cinema passes which includes popcorn, drink and admission, K1 speed indoor kart racing ++)
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