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Sixteen Mile Creek Beer fundraiser for the Oakville Hospital Foundation

Oakville, October 21st, 2022. At the start of October, Cameron’s Brewing released a new beer called the Sixteen Mile Creek Red Ale. The purpose of this fundraiser was to show their support to the Oakville Hospital Foundation by donating proceeds towards the purchase of new medical equipment and technology. Due to the pandemic that is still prevalent today, healthcare professionals have selflessly aided every individual in their care. Cameron’s Brewing wants to show its support and gratitude towards local healthcare with this limited-release beer. For every can sold, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Oakville Hospital Foundation.

“We’re so excited to share this latest fundraising initiative in support of local healthcare!” Says President Clint Israel. “Proceeds from this limited release will go to the Oakville Hospital Foundation and will help fund vital medical equipment and technology at the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.”

Since the launch first week of October, sales have been brisk as existing Cameron’s Brewing customers have been purchasing cases as well as an entirely new group of beer lovers who are helping support a great local charity. Cameron’s Brewing spent a lot of time cultivating the perfect beer for this Fall season. To participate in this fundraiser, head over to Cameron’s Brewery and purchase their limited-release Sixteen Mile Creek Beer.

A company that started in 1997 as a hobby, Cameron’s Brewery is based in Oakville, Ontario and prides itself in their family-run craft brewery business. With their classic ales and innovative rich new flavours, they have managed to capture the attention of local, national and worldwide brewing awards. Cameron’s Brewery is conscious of its efforts to remain environmentally friendly in their day-today practices and is now also showing its efforts to support local healthcare.

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