Beer Review: Ba’ Heid Bru

Beer Name: Ba’ Heid Bru Brewery: Innocente Style: Scottish Ale ABV: 7% Aroma: smoke Appearance: Cloudy dark brown Flavour: Tastes like a stout infused with the Iron Girders used in the making of Irn Bru. Complimented with the spices from the Haggis.

Beer Review: Ba’ Heid Bru

Beer Name: Ba’ Heid Bru Brewery: Innocente Style: Scottish Ale ABV: 7% Aroma: smoke Appearance: Cloudy dark brown Flavour: Tastes like a stout infused with the Iron Girders used in the making of Irn Bru. Complimented with the spices from the Haggis.

Beer Review: James Brown Ale

Beer Name: James Brewery: Block 3 Style: Brown Ale ABV: 5.5% Aroma: Chocolate Appearance: Dark Caramel Flavour: Malty with a sweet tooth after taste also picked up a biscuit taste after it was allowed to warm up for a short time. Mouthfeel: Full Finish: Has a slightly sour finish

Beer Review: James Brown Ale

Beer Name: James Brewery: Block 3 Style: Brown Ale ABV: 5.5% Aroma: Chocolate Appearance: Dark Caramel Flavour: Malty with a sweet tooth after taste also picked up a biscuit taste after it was allowed to warm up for a short time. Mouthfeel: Full Finish: Has a slightly sour finish

Buying Beer in Ontario Vs The Rest of the World

Here’s a badly made video that show’s the difference between buying beer here in Ontario to buying it even somewhere as close as Quebec. It goes to show the ludicrous grip The Beer Store monopoly has in Ontario.

Buying Beer in Ontario Vs The Rest of the World

Here’s a badly made video that show’s the difference between buying beer here in Ontario to buying it even somewhere as close as Quebec. It goes to show the ludicrous grip The Beer Store monopoly has in Ontario.

Defining Craft Beer, the key to getting Craft Beer into Farmers Markets?

Is getting Craft Beer into farmers Markets as easy as just putting a definition on what Craft Beer is? According to Barge Craft Beer Co. It could be by rehashing the same legislation used for Ontario Wine Makers. Getting craft beer into farmers’

Defining Craft Beer, the key to getting Craft Beer into Farmers Markets?

Is getting Craft Beer into farmers Markets as easy as just putting a definition on what Craft Beer is? According to Barge Craft Beer Co. It could be by rehashing the same legislation used for Ontario Wine Makers. Getting craft beer into farmers’

Beer Review: Late Pumpkin Barley Brown

Beer Name: Late Pumpkin Barley Brown Brewery: Innocente Style: Pumpkin/Brown ABV: 4 .2% Aroma: Pumpkin and Spice Appearance: Dark Red/Ruby Flavour: Reminds me of the Irish Red with a Chocolate taste and Pumpkin finish. Mouthfeel: Silky Finish: Subtle Pumpkin after taste makes this very drinkable Notes: Nice

Beer Review: Late Pumpkin Barley Brown

Beer Name: Late Pumpkin Barley Brown Brewery: Innocente Style: Pumpkin/Brown ABV: 4 .2% Aroma: Pumpkin and Spice Appearance: Dark Red/Ruby Flavour: Reminds me of the Irish Red with a Chocolate taste and Pumpkin finish. Mouthfeel: Silky Finish: Subtle Pumpkin after taste makes this very drinkable Notes: Nice

Beer Review: The Loneliness

Beer Name: The Loneliness Brewery: Block 3 Style: Russian Imperial Stout ABV: 8.7% Aroma: Small Roast Appearance: Black Flavour: Dark Chocolate with a Coffee Roast. Mouthfeel: Full Bodied Finish: Can taste the Alchohol when cold, hides a lot more when warmed up a few

Beer Review: The Loneliness

Beer Name: The Loneliness Brewery: Block 3 Style: Russian Imperial Stout ABV: 8.7% Aroma: Small Roast Appearance: Black Flavour: Dark Chocolate with a Coffee Roast. Mouthfeel: Full Bodied Finish: Can taste the Alchohol when cold, hides a lot more when warmed up a few