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G'day g'day. This one is ok, not great but ok.
Hey kids! Thankfully this one is a lot better than last night's beer. Maybe a little too tropical for my thoughts of a pale ale but not bad.
Too light, almost no flavour. A hint of citrus but that's about it. I knew I should bought something else.
I have a 2010 in my cellar. :stuck_out_tongue:
Was out on the bike for a spin and saw this place to stopped to grab a beverage. Some nice dark notes in this IPA.
Our daily for the week works at a winery & ciders. She brought us Perry samples today so that's what I'm drinking. Tasty stuff.
At least you get them! our liquor board doesn't bring in jack except some Lindemans for xmas.
I have a few Westy's in the cellar. I've never tried a pastry stout as our liquor board doesn't bing any in. Fresh De Konninck on tap is a...
Tanner Sauvage was brewed with a yeast found at Big Spruce brewery in Cape Breton. Good character, this is a pretty tasty beer.
I still love good Belgian beers, there are plenty of styles I enjoy. Lambics have been my favourites for over 25 years.
Tanner half nelson I'm calling a pale ale brewed with nelson hops. Pretty crisp with some decent flavour. Much better than their bland porter.
No beer today, I got home after all the beer stores were closed.:flushed:
Well it's still porter weather around here at a balmy 8ºC. I'm disappointed in this one, too light in body and character. Barely any toast in the...
One beer a day. The first time I had this DIPA I was totally blown away! I fell in love instantly. Today it doesn't excite me as much, I guess...
Stopped in the NSLC for my daily beer. North Brewing Malternate Reality that one of the staff told me about. Reasonably tasty but surprisingly low...