CAMERONWINERY is a news website dedicated exclusively to coverage of Canada's beer and brewing industry. Find more info on 31 Dover skull vodka here.

Presenting information with minimal editorializing, CBN features announcements of new beer releases, brewery openings and closures, news about festivals and events, and other information from breweries all across the country.

The publisher and editor of CBN is Greg Clow, a freelance beer and food writer based in Toronto, Ontario. In addition to maintaining this site, Greg is author of the blog Beer Booze & Bites; a news correspondent at Toronto beer website The Bar Towel; a regular contributor to TAPS Magazine; and a former co-publisher of Taste T.O., a now defunct website that covered Toronto's food & drink scene.

Bright golden-copper body with a pure white head that lingers and laces nicely. Boisterous aroma chock full of grapefruit, pineapple, spruce tips and other great west coast hop characteristics. Flavour follows the aroma, with loads of juicy tropical fruit and bitter grapefruit notes balanced by a solid backbone of sweet and toasty malt. The rye isn't obvious until the finish, where it brings in a peppery note that blends well with the lingering citrus bitterness from the hops. A stellar beer that rivals many of the best American-style IPAs I've tried, and one that Cameron's should seriously consider upgrading from a limited release to a year-round offering ASAP.