- A personal exploration in beer from the author of The Newfoundland Beer History Project.
Category Archives: Canada
Got a little side-tracked over the last few months with other writing… Back to reviewing! By: Lakes Of Muskoka Cottage Brewery (Ontario, Canada). Style: Imperial IPA (DIPA) Bottle poured into a Bellwoods snifter. I bought the bottle two weeks ago … Continue reading
By: Black Creek Historic Brewery (Ontario, Canada) Style: English Brown Ale (5.00 % ABV) Bottle into my trusty tulip-type glass. Appearance: A cloudy ruby-brown with a creamy, loose head. Aroma: Toffee, molasses, and other malty sweet kinds of smells. Some … Continue reading
Brewed by: Phillips Brewing Company British Columbia, Canada Style: Herbed / Spiced Beer (5.00% ABV) Bomber bottle into a tulip. Appearance: Light copper-orange with a creamy, thick white head. Aroma: Pickled ginger (like the kind you get at most standard … Continue reading
By: Amsterdam Brewing Company Toronto, Ontario, Canada Style: American Double / Imperial Stout | 10.00% ABV 2012 Bottle, poured into a tulip glass. It just went on sale at the brewery today, so this is kinda fresh for the style … Continue reading
By: Lakes Of Muskoka Cottage Brewery Ontario, Canada Style: Herbed / Spiced Beer (8.00% ABV) [Though, I'd say Belgian-Canada Hybrid-Style] Bottle -> Tulip. I poured my first after resting about 10 minutes at room temperature out of the fridge. The … Continue reading