Québec Francais

May 3rd, 2018013 Bienvenu sur 42 Bières et voici mes 42 liens du 3 mai 2018. Alors cette fois j'ai pour vous … En vedette Guide du parfait consommateur Explication en termes simples quelques mots que l'on retrouve souvent dans le domaine de la bière. Couche-Tard se lance dans la vente de bières de microbrasseries Je Read Source Article...

April 29th, 201802 Un mélange entre une bière brune et une stout, l'évêque de Saint-Arnould semble une bière en recherche d'identité. Fortement alcoolisée et très acide, elle ne démontre pas de caractéristiques typiques d'une double Belge, ou même d'une Belge. Prenez garde avant d'acheter cette bière, je vous aurai avertis. Caractéristiques Bière forte de style Read Source Article

April 29th, 201806 Une blonde, bien fraîche, aux notes d'expresso? C'est une combinaison assez étrange que je n'ai goûté dans le passé que dans des réunions de brasseurs amateurs. En temps normal, je n'aurais pas été porté vers un tel produit, mais dans une belle canette de Shelton brune et beige, je me Read Source Article

April 8th, 201803 Un mélange entre une bière brune et une stout, l'évêque de Saint-Arnould semble une bière en recherche d'identité. Fortement alcoolisée et très acide, elle ne démontre pas de caractéristiques typiques d'une double Belge, ou même d'une Belge. Prenez-garde avant d'acheter cette bière, je vous aurai avertit. Caractéristiques Bière forte de style double Read Source Article

Quebec English

April 26th, 201803 Pub BreWskey, located in the Old Port of Montreal, is a small brew pub that has been around for a short three years. Since then I have embraced its walls few times and enjoyed some delicious brew. BreWskey began between three friends who had the same passion Read Source Article

April 16th, 2018010 I never really dove into Lagabiere, from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, until recently. It was with the haze craze that has blanketed Quebec lately that sparked my interest in this brewery. Thus far I consumed two of their beers, a north east style IPA and a double version with fruits. Read Source Article

April 12th, 201804 Brasserie Du Bas-Canada, located in Gatineau, Quebec just across Ottawa, Ontario, is a fairly young brewery but they have already started to make a large impact on the microbrewery community in Quebec. One of their IPAs titled Hypa has had a great reception amoung craft beer fanatics. Read Source Article

April 3rd, 201805 Le Castor Brewing Company, was one of the first few micro breweries I dove into when I moved to Quebec and it's always had a grasp on me since then. My main love story began with the Yakima IPA, which I always raved about however, In recent Read Source Article

Ontario

April 2nd, 201802 The newest member of the formidable Bastard series from Nickel Brook Brewing Co in Burlington, Ontario eschews the high-octane, barrel-aged nature of its predecessors in favour of a lighter take on British stout. Cheeky Bastard is black and opaque, pouring with a rather large and tight head that has a Read Source Article

January 25th, 201805 This slow-fermented, semi-dry cider from H. Weston & Sons Ltd in Herefordshire, England has a dark straw coloured, golden amber tone and yields an uncommonly large and loose white head, along with a persistent collar. Caple Rd Cider Blend No. 3 is partially aged on oak, which is apparent in Read Source Article

December 31st, 201700 I'm currently at my family's cottage in beautiful Muskoka, sipping on some coffee, watching the beautiful day out there, and starting to come to terms with the fact that I'm no longer in that beautiful state between Christmas and New Year's Eve where time doesn't matter and all that exists Read Source Article

December 12th, 201702 ***PLEASE READ WITH EARPHONES ON AND VOLUME TURNED UP*** Well, of course there's ASMR of it. That's something I never thought I would say on this site, even though I should have expected it. But here we are. So, a bit of context before we continue with what turned out to be a Read Source Article

September 12th, 2017028 Primarily known for their vinegars, Reinhart Foods in Stayner, Ontario recently entered the hard cider market with a sweet and light entry made from provincially grown Gala, Mcintosh and Cortland apples. Reinhart's Red Apple Light Cider is a pale golden colour reminiscent of an American lager and yields a loose Read Source Article

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Western Canada

Beercrank

May 22nd, 2018
BeerCrank

It's been about six months since the last time Surly brought a new (to Manitoba) beer. So, amongst the first new batch of beer in a while, they collaborated with the folks over at the popular First Avenue nightclub in downtown Minneapolis to create...
May 20th, 2018
BeerCrank

This marks the very first time I've ever tried a beer by the insanely popular The Bruery out of California. I've seen their beers being posted all over social media and Reddit for years now, so it's great to finally get to try one of their...
May 19th, 2018
BeerCrank

Annex Ale Project is a Calgary brewery that's devoted to good beer and great conversations. They make beer that appeals to beer drinker and big thinkers.I've tried a few of their beers while I was visiting Calgary last month, including their awesome...
May 17th, 2018
BeerCrank

Hill Farmstead's Florence Wheat Saison.. Wow, I didn't expect to find this in my hoard.. I honestly thought that one of my roommates drank this on me! I purchased this at Hill Farmstead back in January 2016 and the bottle is dated December 29,...

Flatland Beer

April 13th, 2014
Flatland Beer

Sometimes I start a Facebook post, and it ends up as a blog-worthy rant: case-in-point => yesterday's Post on the Flatland BEER Facebook page. (Since I now have a blog, I should probably stop myself halfway into the FB rant, and head over here...
April 9th, 2014
Flatland Beer

The recent announcement that the Toronto Blue Jays' home – Rogers Centre – would enter the 2014 season with the dubious honour of being the only Major League Baseball stadium not offering any craft beer got me thinking about the crossroad...