Siboire microbrewery wins gold and bronze medals at Canadian Brewing Awards
he Siboire Microbrewery was awarded two medals at the 18th edition of the 2020 Canadian Brewing Awards held earlier this month in British Columbia.
In the category of “New England IPA style” beers, Siboire’s la Presta won the highest honors,
winning the gold medal, and in the “French and Belgian style Season” category, the 18 Juillet 1853 won the gold medal.
“It’s a gold medal that means a lot to our team. The last 12 months have been a real
roller coaster and our work in the brewery was to keep the focus on our goal, which is always to push our limits in terms of product quality,” explained Jonathan Gaudreault, master brewer and
co-owner of the microbrewery Siboire in a press release.
“The most popular style in North
Submitted by Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network
Richmond County Historical Society, in conjunction with Richmond St. Patrick’s Society has been awarded $6,000 towards creation of an outdoor mural on Main Street that will celebrate the different groups of people who call Richmond home, including those with Irish, French and Dutch ancestry.
The mural is one of four projects in the Eastern Townships funded in partnership with the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN). Altogether, nine community groups from around the province have partnered with QAHN to preserve and share local historical knowledge, with special emphasis on Quebec’s Englishspeaking history.
“We are really happy to be working with our members to on such a range of interesting history projects,” said Matthew Farfan, QAHN’S executive
Heather Darch, curator, Missisquoi Museum; Samuel Gaudreau-lalande, director-curator, Colby-curtis Museum; Grant Myers, QAHN president; and Norma Husk, president, Richmond County Historical Society Museum.