Boneshaker is one of the more popular brews from Amsterdam. Not as famous as their blonde but since it’s inception a few years ago it has attracted a lot of fame and acclaim. This beer was tasted at the Amterdam Brewhouse on the waterfront. I had a small glass of it along with samples of
Some beers are meant to be shared, divvied up amongst friends in wine glasses. I had Barrie’s own Flying Monkeys The Chocolate Manifesto brew split with three friends as a house warming toast. With a decadent $11.95 per 750 ml bottle price tag, this is not meant for drinking in your housecoat while watching hockey.
If you have ever been to The Only Cafe in the east end you know it isn’t exactly ‘large.’ In fact, the first time I saw it I thought it was a crap hole. My whole world was changed the day I actually went in and discovered the place had over 20 taps. This weekend
Sadly I didn’t think to take a photo. You’ll have to trust my description. Barley Days is a brewery based out of Picton Ontario. Not exactly Toronto but I like to think I can keep my reach somewhat broad. I had this brew at Dave’s. A nice bar on St Clair West. Atmosphere was fun
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