Québec Francais

August 29th, 201808 Bienvenu sur 42 Bières et voici mes 42 liens du 29 août 2018. Alors cette fois j'ai pour vous … En vedette Le dompteur de levures Profil de Francis Joncas, grand manitou de Pit Caribou et des bières de fermentation spontanée au Québec La culture de l'éphémère? Toujours boire la dernière bière, la Read Source Article...

August 26th, 201808 La Bièrerie Shelton est l'une de nos plus belles découvertes de l'an dernier. Elle nous a surpris avec des produits sortant des sentiers battus, tel que leur très bonne Saison Sûre Houblonnée. Darryl Shelton, le maître brasseur derrière cette entreprise, offre également depuis cet été l'IPA du Read Source Article

August 20th, 201803 Pendant que les écureuils et les geais bleus se payent la traite dans mes plants de bleuets, je réussis quand même à récolter quelques tomates et concombres que j'ai préalablement protégés de la faune environnante. C'est toujours un plaisir de goûter naturellement nos aliments, il en est de même avec Read Source Article

August 12th, 2018010 C'est du 7 au 9 septembre que tous les Oktoberfestifs seront accueillis à l'Oktoberfest de Repentigny pour sa 13e édition ! En s'installant une fois de plus au Parc de l'Île-Lebel, l'Oktoberfest prévoit non seulement le retour des classiques faisant sa renommée, mais également plusieurs nouveautés, qui font annuellement de Read Source Article

July 29th, 201805 L'Éloge de la lenteur est une bière de style saison de couleur paille foncée à l'odeur fruitée et au goût sec, amer, et désaltérant. Champ Libre, la brasserie et distillerie, vient d'ouvrir dans la ville de Mercier et vaut le détour si vous êtes dans le coin. Je suis tombé Read Source Article

Quebec English

August 29th, 201808 Summer is certainly a time for beer festivals and Quebec has no shortages of these crazy alcohol driven drunk fests. I mean lets be honest, we all try to keep our composure, eloquent fancy tasting nature, and overall demeanor. However at the base of it all we are not tasting Read Source Article

August 16th, 2018010 An article by Noah Forrest This past weekend was Foudre Unis. We survived. If you are not aware, Foudre Unis 2018 was the first in a hopefully long series of beer festivals hosted by Brasserie Dunham (held about a ten minute drive from their brewery in a small eastern townships Read Source Article

August 9th, 201808 An article by Noah Forrest I'm excited to write this post. Tooth and Nail Brewing Company is a gem of a brewery that I always recommend to people when they are visiting Ottawa. There is something special about the quality, consistency, drinkability, and care behind their products that elevates Read Source Article

July 31st, 201805 An Article by Noah Forrest 2017 was great for Avant-Garde – Artisans Brasseurs. They definitely stepped up their game from previous years, hosting two separate bottle releases and dropping a ton of barrel-aged beers for us to pine over. These bottles were rather well received, helping solidify Read Source Article

July 24th, 201808 An article by Noah Forrest Microbrasserie 4 Origines opened its doors in April this year, but they are already starting to garner a reputation for quality beer. Located at the eastern tip of Point-St-Charles, patrons can have a beer in their beautiful tap room, or Read Source Article

Ontario

September 18th, 201803 This Munich style helles lager from Toronto's Muddy York Brewing Co. is a bright and clear golden colour and produces a large, porous white head that leaves a small collar in its wake and amoeba-like spots of lace on your glass. Gaslight Helles Lager has strong caramel and toffee aromas Read Source Article

July 30th, 201803 This limited edition release from Collective Arts Brewing from Hamilton, Ontario is a hazy and opaque chartreuse colour that pours with a large and loose white head that burns off in but a few seconds and leave little more than a floss-like ring behind. The citrus character of Lime & Read Source Article

July 13th, 2018016 So the past month or so has actually been a pretty informative one for me, and, because I'm trying not to just let those thoughts out into bursts on my twitter account, I thought I'd put a few things out on here as well. And while I've been talking about Read Source Article

June 25th, 201802 Produced in Hamilton, Ontario, Collective Arts Honey & Lavender Cider is a pale straw colour and exudes effervescence long after being poured, and even produces a persistent ring around your glass. This summer seasonal is mainly apple juice and honey on the nose, with a subtle, but enticing air of Read Source Article

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Western Canada

Beercrank

October 15th, 2018
BeerCrank

The first time I ever tried Thunder Bay's Sleeping Giant Brewing's beer was when a family friend named Sue stopped by my parents place last year and brought me a can of of their Grass Roots Lager, a beer brewed for the Staal Foundation Open golf...
October 9th, 2018
BeerCrank

It's been just over a year since Minnesota's Surly Brewing expanded into Manitoba, making Manitoba the very first international market for the brewery. In the year they've been in Manitoba, I can't tell you if the project has been a success or a...
October 9th, 2018
BeerCrank

The first time I ever tried Delta, BC's Four Winds Brewing was actually at Brasserie Dunham's 1st annual Foudres Unis back in August. Prior to that, I purchased a bottle of Four Winds' Phaedra Belgian-style Rye IPA a few months earlier. Actually, I...
October 5th, 2018
BeerCrank

Originally posted on Flickr - October 5, 2009Half Pints Brewing Company - Humulus Ludicrous Double India Pale AleAfter reading about the beer "Humulus Ludicrous" being the 10th best beer in Canada according to RateBeer.com, I just had to try it,...

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...