Hamilton brewery partners with Ontario Parks on limited release beer

One of Hamilton’s most established craft breweries has launched a beer that hopes to make a difference. 

Collective Arts Brewing has announced a partnership with Ontario Parks for a second year, releasing a collaborative beer called Trail Loop: a honey lager made with locally sourced honey for a beer that’s floral and quenching with a touch of sweetness. 

Proceeds from this limited release beer will directly benefit the reforestation work at Balsam Lake Provincial Park near Kawartha Lakes.

“Ontario is always looking at new, innovative ways to partner with local businesses to help protect the biodiversity of our provincial parks and conservation reserves,” said David Piccini, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks. 

“This partnership is a true made-in-Ontario story — a delicious craft beer by a renowned Ontario brewer, with locally sourced ingredients and original artwork by a local artist in support of one of the province’s beloved parks. I look forward to raising a can of Trail Loop to toast our work to ensure the forest at Balsam Lake Provincial Park remains healthy and vibrant for years to come.”

In 2022 – the first year of collaboration between Collective Arts and Ontario Parks – the initiative raised nearly $6,000 for this vital reforestation project at Balsam Lake. 

Trail Loop honey lager and related merchandise is available to purchase directly from Collective Arts Brewing and some select grocery stores. A Beer Store release will happen later this month. 

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Lead image courtesy of @collectivebrew

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