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Unibroue beers or wine (non-ice wine) from Ontario available in London?

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c.cow Oct 8, 2010 01:13 AM

Hi all,

This Monday is Canadian Thanksgiving and I'm preparing a small celebration for a few other Canadians in London. Would like to serve a selection of "tastes of home" but prefer to stay away from the (not so tasty) typical Canadian brews.

Unibroue is a Quebecois brewery with some great offerings like Blanche de Chambly, Maudite, Don de Dieu, Fin Du Monde, Terrible, etc. and they seem to be enjoying more international popularity than most of their Canadian counterparts. Has anyone seen these labels for sale anywhere in London?

As an alternative, an Ontario or British Columbia VQA wine would be nice - but I haven't seen any Canadian wine offerings except ice wine in any online searches.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!

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    MonkeyC Oct 8, 2010 02:35 AM

    Utobeer, Borough Market
    Open today (FRI) 12-6PM
    tomorrow (SAT) 9-4PM

    http://www.utobeer.co.uk/

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      c.cow Oct 9, 2010 02:59 AM

      No luck. They don't get them in anymore.

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        MonkeyC Oct 9, 2010 04:59 AM

        Oh, terribly sorry, to hear that!

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