Québec Francais

March 10th, 201806 Ça fait longtemps que nous n'avons pas goutté un des produits de Farnham Ale & Lager. Étant plutôt habitué à des bières plus conventionnelles de leur part – tel que leur excellente pilsner – j'ai été très intrigué par leur dernier arrivage: la smoothie IPA. Tel que Read Source Article

March 5th, 201806 88 %Foudre Saison 5,5% alc/vol 750 ml Le Trou du Diable Visuellement, la bière est ambrée, celle-ci ressemblant à du jus d'abricot. La robe de la Foudre est floue et son effervescence semble vigoureuse. La mousse, blanchâtre, s'atténue presque immédiatement pour totalement disparaître. Le bouquet Read Source Article

March 4th, 201802 Les bières fortes en alcool et en caractère ont toujours eu la côte auprès des amateurs de bière. Ces bières sont généralement plus riches, plus complexes, et plus goûteuses. Lorsque vient le temps de communiquer la force d'une bière, les termes officiels réfèrent à des styles connus comme l'impérial stout, Read Source Article

March 1st, 201800 Du 1er au 3 mars se tient " La Cuvée d'hiver au Salon 1861, une charmante église rénovée dans le quartier de la Petite-Bourgogne. Un grand nombre de festivaliers sont attendus et le fond musical est soutenu. Au menu, un panel de microbrasseries québécoises, de la bouffe montréalaise et un assortiment Read Source Article

February 27th, 2018014 IPA LTM - Les Trois Mousquetaires microbrasseurs version dry hop Mosaic, c'est du world class!IPA Multigrains, oui oui multi grains, parce que tsé Orge avoine blé! Toute fraichement embouteillée il y a peinne une semaine, elle est très green!Une IPA américaine inspirée New Read Source Article...

February 25th, 201808 La maturation des bières en fût de chêne est une corde de plus à l'arc des microbrasseries québécoises. Lorsque c'est bien exécuté, cela ajoute un niveau de complexité supplémentaire au produit qui peut être franchement intéressant. Par contre, cela se reflète dans le coût du produit, car la maturation des Read Source Article

Quebec English

March 20th, 201801 Isle De Garde, a brewpub located in Rosemont – la Petite-Patrie, has been sparking my interest over the past few years. However, not much of their beers have made it over to cans or bottles which has made it difficult to get a good article out. It Read Source Article

March 20th, 201805 An article by Noah Forrest Back in November 2016, I was fortunate to get my hands on a slew of bottles from Half Hours on Earth. This small brewery from Seaforth Ontario was creating beautifully tart farmhouse ales, and they simply blew me away. Since then, Half Hours has gone Read Source Article

March 5th, 201805 An article by Noah Forrest Have you ever wondered if you could die from a hangover? Well, I had some time on Saturday morning to ponder this, as I hovered over my toilet bowl. The night before I attended the 2018 edition of La Cuvée d'hiver 2018 – Read Source Article

February 27th, 201804 An article by Noah Forrest Microbrasserie Ras L'Bock hit the Quebec beer scene in 2015. This charismatic bunch is located Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, which is about 3 and a half hours north west of Montreal. Self-proclaimed as having La Plus Belle Terrasse au QC, Ras L'Bock appears to be a place Read Source Article


April 2nd, 201801 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, 201803 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, 201701 ***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, 2017025 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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April 11th, 2018

Well, yeah.. another from my hoard.. but I know this one has aged well. This one was meant for a friend, but he never claimed the bottle.. so.. one and a half years later.. I review it!Ol' Fog Burner is Halifax-based Garrison Brewing's unfiltered...
April 11th, 2018

I'm incredibly behind on my reviews right now, I've been meaning to write this review for around three weeks now! Beau's has come out with a new Saison as part of their Farm Table Series.I honestly can't keep with all the releases Beau's comes up...
April 10th, 2018

Another one from the hoard - Mortal Kombat X Imperial Saison by Sound Brewery out of Poulsbo, Washington. I've had this in my fridge hoard for just over a year and a bit, so I don't think it should have changed too much.At 8.0% ABV, this amped up...

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...