Old Tomorrow was founded by mother-son team Pat and Ian Macdonald who wanted to pursue two passions — a love of great-tasting hand-crafted beer and a desire to celebrate all that’s great about Canada. Named Old Tomorrow after Sir John A. Macdonald whose bold vision created Canada almost 150 years ago (and whose nickname was Old Tomorrow), the company has launched several craft beers that celebrate various great moments, heroes and attitudes of Canada with distinctive Canadian twists on popular easy-going beer styles.
Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale (CPA) was a first of its kind beer style — carefully crafted to reflect Canadian palates with a full-bodied ale flavour that isn’t hoppy… a bit feisty but definitely polite with a clean soft finish. CPA salutes Sir John A’s vision as well as all Canadians who make our country the greatest in the world. In 2015, it became an award-winning beer, achieving a Bronze at the Ontario Brewing Awards and winning for “Best Overall Beer” at the Toronto Session Craft Beer Festival.
Throughout March, Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale is partnering with Wounded Warriors Canada, the national charity to support its invaluable support services to wounded veterans and first responders, as well as programs that honours the fallen. Wounded Warriors Canada is focused on a spectrum of care that ranges from working to remove homeless veterans from our streets to becoming the national leader in funding animal assisted therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It is making a legacy investment in mental health research and the scope of its programming, as witnessed through the recent launch of COPE (Couples Overcoming PTSD Everyday, will be focused on family-based care for Operational Stress Injuries.
Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale and Sobeys are proud to be assisting Wounded Warriors in its fund-raising work. For the month of March, Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale is donating 1.5% of its sales at Sobeys stores to help Wounded Warriors continue its great work. When you purchase Old Tomorrow Canadian Pale Ale at Sobeys this month, you will also be supporting Wounded Warriors.