I’ve had this beer so many times this summer it’s really quite strange that I haven’t properly reviewed it yet. Oast House is one of our favourite breweries in Ontario. Situated in Niagara on the lake and surrounded by beauty, it’s a fantastic place to relax and really experience a beer. Barn Raiser Country Ale
Cameron’s… they released a wild ale. A brave move given that it’s almost impossible to control for flavour. I don’t think they even cared. My theory is they wanted something complex and insane, where each sip is a new adventure. I absolutely love it. Not only is the beer wild fermented, they also threw in
What beers are one of my favourites for the summer. They are brimming with flavour but still have a nice light mouth feel, allowing for extended patio sessions. The can for Amsterdam’s Spotted Cow is instantly recognizable at the LCBO so I had to grab a can (or a few) and give it a try.
Shawna and I have been enjoying the appearance of mix drinks that are both locally made and NOT syrupy sugar filled awfullness. The new contender in this category is Dixon’s with their Gin Fusion. Easy drinking, light, refreshing and tailored made for the summer, I’ve been grabbing cans of this since I first discovered it.
Sorry for the slightly blurry photo, I guess I was a bit too excited to drink this! You see, this was tasted during a heatwave here in Toronto and a nice wheat beer is my favourite way to fight the summer heat. Mojo is not just a wheat beer though. Made by Forked River Brewing,