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"Label of the Year" won by Upper Canada.

Upper Canada Colonial Stout, produced by the Upper Canada Brewing Co., in Toronto, was awarded the 1991 "Label of the Year" honor by the Canadian Brewerianist, Canada's organization for collectors of brewery memorabilia.

The announcement was made during the 13th annual Canadian Brewerianist convention that convened recently in Saskatoon. The award recognizes achievement in beer label design. Presented yearly since 1983, the "Label of the Year" award is chosen by the group's members throughout Canada, the United States and Australia.

Colonial Stout, Upper Canada's eighth brand, was introduced in 1991 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Province of Upper Canada. The label features a 1791 portrait of Upper Canada's first lieutenant-governor, John Graves Simcoe, by French artist Jean Laurent Mosnier.
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Title Annotation:Upper Canada Colonial Stout, beer produced by Upper Canada Brewing Co.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Aug 17, 1992
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