Hi Mark. Below are some of my comments and suggestions. I visit The Mo every other week and usually order about 4-6 beers with something to eat. Whenever I've tried the food - jambalaya, sausage platter, nachos - it's been great!
The Headstrong Pale Ale is on tap as of Monday.
A solid beer on tap, good job on getting it in.
Thinking about the new menu - taps and bottles - so start your wish list now!
As long as the Sam Adams and Steam Whistle are replaced with other craft beers, I'll probably drink whatever they are. Denison's Dunkel is very appropriate for the fall. I've already mentioned good alternatives to Creemore and Keith's White in this thread (above). Hoegaarden and Bass are the best Labatt products out of the ones that you mentioned.
Bottles leaving for sure - Wellington SPA, Stratford Pilsner and we'll play around with what we get from Grand River (moving to the Galt Knife this week), Great Lakes, Mill St, Trafalgar, and the 'summer' beers of St. Ambroise, Nickel Brook, KLB
IMO, Wellington Iron Duke is the brewery's best beer and, unlike the County and Stout, you can't get it at any bar in London right now. Something to think about. Nice to see the Galt Knife coming - it's one of my favourite local beers.
You've said before that you prefer to go through LCBO and TBS channels to get beer for The Mo. One thing you could consider is ordering some good beers from these retailers - especially the 'BO - that can't be purchased in London stores (similar to what you did with Lug Tread). If you're looking to pursue this idea again, I would rush over to try any of the following:
Propeller Extra Special Bitter (ESB) - Bottle - LCBO
Amsterdam Frambroise - Bottle - LCBO
King Pilsner - Bottle - TBS & LCBO
King Dark - Bottle - TBS & LCBO
Griffon Extra Pale Ale (Blonde) - Bottle - TBS & LCBO
Griffon Red Ale (Rousse) - Bottle - TBS & LCBO
Stone Hammer Pilsner - Bottle - TBS & LCBO
Anything from Walkerville - Bottles - TBS & LCBO
For import draughts The Beer Store carries a bunch of good to excellent kegs from Weihenstephaner, Erdinger, Krombacher, Murphy's, O'Haras, and Paulaner (in particular). Most of these aren't available anywhere in the city. I hope this helps. Thanks for seeking our input! Cheers