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August 2nd, 201600 Nom: Bière de ruelleBrasserie: L'Espace PublicMillésime: 2016Style: Bière sûre houblonnéePourcentage d'alcool: 6.5%Format: Canette, 355mlPrix: Inconnu Yeux : C'est orangé avec quelques reflets cuivrés, un peu comme une IPA. Elle a une mousse intéressante qui ne reste pas super longtemps. Nez : On sent très bien la fraîcheur de l'acidité et les effluves du houblon. Bouche Read Source Article...

July 31st, 201602 Nom: Bière de balconBrasserie: L'Espace PublicMillésime: 2016Style: Bière sûre aux framboisesPourcentage d'alcool: 3%Format: Canette, 355mlPrix: Inconnu Yeux: Après avoir mis cette bière dans mon verre, je pourrais facilement la confondre avec un vin rosé. Sa couleur rose pâle avec une teinte de rouge jumelée d'une fine mousse et de seulement quelques bulles Read Source Article...

July 29th, 201602 90 %Nordet IPA IPA 6% alc/vol 500ml Auval Petite nouvelle de Auval ce soir! Elle variera apparemment au gré des houblons (Ce qui veut dire qu'il y en a d'autres à venir!). Cette fois, ce sont les houblons Colombus, Galaxy et El Dorado qui composent la bière. La Nordet Read Source Article

July 29th, 201601 Nom: Bière de coin d'rueBrasserie: L'Espace PublicMillésime: 2016Style: Bière sûre blondePourcentage d'alcool: 4.5%Format: Canette, 355mlPrix: Inconnu Yeux: Un jaune clair parsemé de bulles d'une effervescence certaine. La mousse était bien présente quand je l'ai versé dans mon verre. Par contre, elle s'est estompée rapidement. Nez: Je ne sens pas grand-chose. Il y a un Read Source Article...

July 23rd, 201601 Sujet analysé: Laurie P.C.Facteurs de base importants pour l'étude subséquente concernant la consommation du bonbon en général:Culpabilité latente;Violente addiction;Conséquemment au point 2, violent écoeurement.MAIS SURTOUT:Ça contient un nombre incroyable de saloperies, d'additifs innommables, de la gélatine (j'aime le collagène de porc <3) ou bien c'est naturel à un point où Read Source Article

Quebec English

July 28th, 201603 An article by Noah Forrest 2016 certainly seems to be the year for new beers from Dieu du Ciel! At this point I've already written several articles showcasing the most recent offerings from one of the best breweries in the world; this post will be no different. So today, Read Source Article

July 25th, 201606 An article by Noah Forrest For beer folks in Ontario, Beau's all Natural Brewing has been a household name for some time now. I remember first going to the brewery about five years ago, where the retail store was the size of a closet and they had two beers to Read Source Article

July 19th, 201606 An article by Noah Forrest The world's beer scene is in a state of hyperdrive. Quebec is no different. New breweries are popping up all the time, while the existing ones are expanding, fine-tuning their skills, and becoming far more experimental. Over the last few years, Les Trois Mousquetaires, Brasserie Read Source Article

July 19th, 201601 Half Acre Beer Company is one of Chicago's most beloved craft breweries and Chicagoans have some true love for beer, especially the well known Half Acre Daisy Cutter, an intensely hoppy Pale Ale that can only be described as a hop bomb! Founded by Gabriel Magliaro in 2006, Read Source Article

July 14th, 201608 I have said it few times on my blog that Quebec isn't known for IPAs and it can be very tough to find a good IPA here. However, in recent times Quebec has been producing some great IPAs that are on par with American IPAs. Of course that's not to Read Source Article


August 9th, 201602 Honey Ginger Shandy from Old Tomorrow Ltd. in Toronto, Ontario is a beautiful golden hue and pours with a loose and spongy white head that tends to leave small islands of lace on the glass. Ginger and botanical extract aromas waft from this blend of beer and ginger ale, along Read Source Article

July 29th, 201603 One of the things that I got a real sense of while co-writing the Ontario Craft Beer Guide and something that has really stuck out as we begin our research on a possible other one, is the narrative. The story each brewery has behind them. The fascinating thing is Read Source Article

June 10th, 201603 Queen Street 501 from The Brickworks Ciderhouse in Toronto, Ontario has a deep golden colour that more closely resembles a typical American lager than it does a commercially produced cider and retains a small collar of bubbles longer than most. This semi-sweet blend of Ontario heritage apples smells McIntosh-heavy, with Read Source Article

April 11th, 201601 Owned by Constellation Brands, Inc., Growers Cider Co. has produced a number of flavoured ciders of varying potability over the years. Growers Pear is the latest beverage to appear on shelves and is presented as a clear, almost colourless liquid that bears the faintest of chartreuse tones and sets free Read Source Article

March 21st, 201601 Amsterdam Brewing Company (Toronto, Ontario) Saison / Farmhouse Ale (6.0%) Look: Hazy, honey coloured. Airy and light white head settles as a small, puffy collar. Long streaks of lace. Smell: Light honey malts. Red fife wheat and spelt are prevalent, bringing a vague sourness and earthy character. Hints of apple, pear, Read Source Article

March 17th, 201601 Up here in Ontario there was some excitement on my part when I found out that Muskoka Brewery's Legendary Oddity, formally the Spring Oddity, a Belgian Ale made with Heather Tips, Juniper Berries, Sweet Orange Peel, and Candi Sugar has not only come back to the brewery's lineup, but Read Source Article

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August 25th, 2016

What happens when a popular beer blog teams up with a brewery to create a collaboration brew? King Cogne happens! Two years back, my buddy David and his brother Alex over at La Décapsule teamed up with the folks over at Brasserie Kruhnen to create...
August 25th, 2016

Back in June when I was on my bièrcation with Alex from Le Malt Incarné, we took a tour of rural southern Quebec, checking out places like Brasserie Dunham and various brewpubs in the region. We stopped at Marché du Village in Ange-Gardien,...
August 22nd, 2016

Seeing that Torque Brewing is officially canning their beer sometime this week, it only made sense to post photos of my trip to Torque from a week ago! This summer has been busy for new breweries in Winnipeg... and this is just the...
August 19th, 2016

Leap year only comes around once every four years so the idea of a beer brewed specially for February 29th is simply just too good to pass up! Tree Brewing and Beau's All Natural collaborated to create a Leap Beer Smoked Bock that tops out at Read...

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...

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