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CANADA: Sleeman signs Pale Ale licensing deal

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Canadian brewer, Sleeman Breweries Ltd, has signed a 20-year licensing agreement with the Scottish company, Maclay's Inns Ltd, for the production and distribution of Maclay's Traditional Pale Ale. The Ontario-based brewer will brew Maclay's in Nova Scotia and will initially launch the brand in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island later this month.


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