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Ontario brewery launches new ale.

Kingston, Ontario's Kingston Brewing Co. recently introduced Dragon's Breath Pale Ale to the Kingston market.

According to the brewer, Dragon's Breath will be the first Kingston label since the 1920s, during the days of the Old Bajus Brewery.

Dragon's Breath is a medium-bodied ale similar to an English bitter with a "niche fruity fresh aroma and crisp taste with a pleasant hop finish," Kingston's brewmaster reported. Additionally, Dragon's Breath comes in at 3.5 percent alcohol by weight, and is relatively low in calories when compared to other ales, the brewer said.

Dragon's Breath is available at local brewery retail stores in 58.6-liter kegs and in bottles for licensees and the general public. The beer can also be purchased in Kingston's restaurants and taverns.
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Title Annotation:Kingston Brewing Co.'s Dragon's Breath Pale Ale
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jan 25, 1993
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