I know that Amber, the first one, does "house" beers for different restaurants. There's an Indian Restaurant down the street that has their "dark" and "lager". And then...there's Tracks... They do a lot of brewing for restaraunt in china town also. Pretty interesting p...
brewed a dopple bock a few months ago. came out at 1090 and finished at 1020. Malt bill was floor malted pilsner, munich, munich 2, carahell, and a touch of carafa for color. decided to eis a gallon of it. ended up with 700ml of water left after freezing and racking.
2x flying monkeys stereo vision
1x Bellwoods Hellwoods...first time trying one from them...pretty dry and bitter to my tastes...took a little to get used to but ended up loving it
1 pint of granite gin lane
And Patrick was served a cuppa Yorkshire Gold, which I believe Belgian has described as the 'Blackout Stout' of teas ;). http://gifts4heartbeat.co.uk/images/uploads/Yorkshire-Tea-4-Yorkshire-Gold-Tea-Bags.jpg A fine tea sir! If your drinking tea loose leaf is the only way to go. You never know what...
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haha awesome desription. Just finished a growler of granite ipa. now drinking a glass of grainte gin lane barley wine.
oak aged winter warmer right now. marris otter, c120, and black patent are the grains. than added some molasses, cinnamon, ginger, and bourbon soaked oak chips. Started out kind of rough, but is starting to taste really good right now.
I frequent the syndicate in st catharines often. The pre fixed menu is 3 courses for @20 and is a hell of a deal. My favourite off the menu is the lamb shank. The beers are all tasty, and the odd time they have something note worthy. Last time I went the new offering was a brown ale. It was a great ...