F&M Brewery

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Stonehammer Brewing in Guelph, Ontario

StoneHammer Brewing is located in Guelph, Ontario and is a member of the Ontario Craft Brewers Association (OCB). The brewery was established in August 1995 as F&M Brewery by Frank Cerniuk and produces the award-winning line of Stone Hammer beers.[1][2][3][4] In February 2015, Frank sold the Brewery to Phillip and Lesley Woodhouse who renamed the brewery after its' flagship brand.[5] StoneHammer also produces several contract beers, including MacLean's Pale Ale [6] and the Taste of Ontario Harvest Series for the Neighbourhood Group.[7]

F&M beer is fire-brewed[8] in small batches with natural ingredients. Maple syrup used in the Maple Red Ale is locally sourced from Shady Grove Maple in Guelph, while the coffee used in their Oatmeal Coffee Stout is supplied from Guelph coffee roasters Planet Bean.[9]

Stone Hammer Beers[edit]

  • Pilsner
  • Dark Ale
  • Light
  • Oatmeal Coffee Stout
  • Pale Ale
  • Maple Red Ale (April–June)

Contract Beers[edit]

  • Harvest Lager
  • Harvest Ale

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Ontario Brewing Awards 2011 - Stone Hammer Light (People's Choice) & Stone Hammer Oatmeal Coffee Stout (Gold)
  2. ^ [2] Ontario Brewing Awards 2010 - Stone Hammer Maple Red Ale (Silver)
  3. ^ [3] Canadian Brewing Awards 2010 - Stone Hammer Dark Ale (Bronze)
  4. ^ [4] Canadian Brewing Awards 2009 - Stone Hammer Pilsner (Gold)
  5. ^ http://www.therecord.com/news-story/5447105-guelph-brewery-gets-new-owners-new-name-and-inspiration-for-new-beers/
  6. ^ [5] Two MacLean's Ale explanation
  7. ^ [6] Neighbourhood Group Suppliers
  8. ^ [7] Fire-brewed definition (Answer #2)
  9. ^ [8] Planet Bean

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