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Ottawa's Hart Amber Ale wins gold medal.

Hart Amber Ale, produced by Canada's Hart Breweries Ltd. recently won the gold medal at the 1992 International Food, Wine and Beer Show's beer competition held in Toronto.

"We're absolutely delighted with this award and the international recognition it brings to our small brewery," exclaimed company president Lorne Hart. "This indeed confirms that the Amber Ale we brew right here in the Ottawa valley can compete with the best the world has to offer and win gold."

The competition pitted beer of international origins head to head in blind tastings conducted by Toronto's Gambrinus Society in conjunction with a number of local Ontario brewmasters.
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Title Annotation:Ottawa, Canada; Hart Breweries Ltd.'s beer
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Oct 5, 1992
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