In today’s edition of his What’s Brewing column, Josh Rubin reports that the world-renowned Thomas Hardy’s Ale is now available in Ontario.
Roland and Russell, a company that previously specialized in importing wines and spirits from Eastern Europe, have recently become agents for O’Hanlon’s, the brewery that has produced Thomas Hardy’s since the brand was revived in 2003.
Several vintages are currently available at beerbistro, with prices ranging from $15.99 to $19.50, and Smokeless Joe & Volo will be receiving stock when the next shipment arrives in a month or two. Roland and Russell are also accepting private orders at a cost of $112.80 per case (24 x 8.5 oz). They can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-801-9885.
In addition, O’Hanlon’s Wheat, Port Stout, Royal Oak, and Yellow Hammer are available at Smokeless Joe, and the LCBO will be including O’Hanlon’s Royal Oak in their Fall, 2007 seasonal release.
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