Discussion in 'Canada' started by Mlkluther, Apr 8, 2016.
With matching glass! Slick.
I've never had a teku before and every time I go to swirl up a little head I end up spilling it.
True. You can swirl a teku but fill it less. Cheers my friend!
Cherries, raspberry and oak. Dry. Tart. Light body and carb. Beautiful stuff! I could drink this regularly. Thanks @JonCorbett !
I am busy at YYZ...
Mill Street Brewery - Tasting Flight at YYZ
By the way the line for the Stock Ale is infected.. just so you know if you're stopping by..
Should have let us know you were in town and we would have rolled out the red carpet! You should check out Godspeed (opens at 3pm) and Left field (open now) if you are down that way.
Edit. My mistake. Thought you were at their location downtown in the Distillery district.
I am just passing through.... certainly will next time.
Barn Hammer Brewing - The 17th Stab Red Ale by imbibehour, on Flickr
Do you carry an off-white brick wall backdrop with you everywhere you go?
Heh heh yup in back pocket!
More pocket packing..
4 Mile Brewing Co. - India Pale Ale by imbibehour, on Flickr
What can I say? I love Almanac.
Nose is tropical wine. Quite tart. Strong barrel and wine influence. Lime is dominant. Getting kiwi and white grape too. Almanac quality.
doing the rounds!
PEG Beer Co. Guten Tart by imbibehour, on Flickr
PEG Beer Co. - Fair Play by imbibehour, on Flickr
PEG Beer Co. - Belgian Stout - by imbibehour, on Flickr
PEG Beer Co. - Dazzle Ship IPA by imbibehour, on Flickr
Smack a what?!
I'm having this exotic Ontarian brown goodness at the moment.
Moving along... interesting marriage... one could say...
Driftwood Brewery - Entangled Hopfenweisse by imbibehour, on Flickr
2017 Sartori Harvest... Better than last years and balanced with a bit of caramel sweetness, though I’d prefer it a bit drier.
That’s a really great nut brown that has stood the test of time, and been a great gateway beer for people that don’t like hops. I still miss their Christmas porter.
Happy barrel-aged beer day!
Thanks to @BakaGaijin
Is anyone else having trouble adding images? Maybe it’s the new iOS? I’ve resorted to doing it manually.
Beau's All Natural Brewing Company - Farm Table: Märzen by imbibehour, on Flickr
Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks - Destiny IPA by imbibehour, on Flickr
I think I found Arrogant Bastard's long lost cousin...
Barn Hammer Brewing - Madder Red by imbibehour, on Flickr
@imbibehour. Thanks for bringing life into this thread! It's an honour (honor) to have Smakawhat grace these pages.
Cheers and happy Thanksgiving to you and everyone else!
Getting ready for turkey day!
Amsterdam Brewing Company - Boneshaker Unfiltered IPA by imbibehour, on Flickr
Found this session can in Hong Kong
Torque Brewing - Red Line IPA by imbibehour, on Flickr
I’m not a huge fan of the haze phase, but this is really good... Barncat Lawrence.
Well back from the Peg, and had a blast, lots of enjoyable stuff.. surprised too! Talked a little bit about it in the Manitoba thread of late.
Right now though I am having this, as I will alas be away from Canadian brews for a bit... but you know I will have more in the future!
Garrison Brewing Company - Juicy! Double IPA by imbibehour, on Flickr
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoyed your visit! Welcome back any time!
Get one last one in...
Steam Works Brewing Co. - Signature Pale Ale by imbibehour, on Flickr
My inlaws recently brought back a couple treats from the east coast, one of which was the juicy! A tasty treat indeed!
Cans of Jutsu and Roman Candle. these would have come in handy during camping season!
As a matter of fact, I am currently drinking this:
Does anyone know what the deal with this beer is? I have been looking for it for the past 4+ years and never saw it anywhere (in Quebec or the US). In the mean time, people were reviewing it. Then, all of a sudden it shows up at the grocery store here this past week. Was it available in other parts of Canada all along or were people rating old-ass bottles? Anybody have any insight?
Anyway, it is damn tasty!
I have the same reaction to Frigante, as a tripel fan I have always wanted to try it, but in my years of beer hunting I have never seen it in the US or Canada..
Same here. If it shows up in the next couple weeks out of the blue I'll grab you a sixer.
It was in their mix packs a few years ago.
BC use to get a lot more Unibroue, but that was over a decade ago... Coming from Ontario it was an odd sight.
Too lazy to post my own pic but this is fantastic! Brand new brewery to the scene out here:
Dunham Saison Reserve, which is really underrated IMHO...
One of the first CDAs, and still one of the best.
It’s always nice to see an old friend...