The 12 Beers of Christmas by the Gladstone hotel was an event I had looked forward to all year. It’s one of the very few beer events where you don’t have to buy tickets. Basically, you pay $10 to enter and then sample all the beer you want. Last year when we went I was
Rye adds a certain je ne sais pas quoi to a beer – a spiciness that compliments the hops in a delicious way. Firmly raised on smoked meat sandwiches served on fresh rye bread, I find the addition of this grain a welcome palate teaser whenever it comes my way. I was excited to find a
For some odd reason Double Trouble Brewing does not list their vanilla stout on their website. Is it because they are ashamed of this beer and hope that if they don’t list it on their site it will go away forever? Did they come to the conclusion that having some french dude’s head on the
That title is a tad awkward. It’s hard to use our standard title (bar name, a spotlight) when there is punctuation in the name of the bar itself. C’est What? is a bar located on Front st downtown. Across the street from The Works. Don’t be fooled by it’s small sign or the fact that
The Ontario Beer Company currently does not have a website but I’m going to go ahead and link to the domain name they will probably be using and hope that a website appears there in the future. The 100 Mile series of beers has a very simple concept: beer made with ingredients entirely in Ontario.