lister wrote:Anyone been yet?
It is a mellow, dark, top-fermented beer, refermented and matured in the
bottle to obtain a lively, bubbly beer with a rich head.
It is a South West Flemish brown beer of mixed fermentation that is
typical for this region. As basic ingredients for VanderGhinste Oud Bruin
is used malted barley, wheat, caramel malt, hops and water.
Ommegang Abbey Ale $8.50
Deep burgundy colour with a big, fluffy head. Complex fruit aromas with
a layered sweetness (honey, then caramel, ten toffee) with a hit of licorice
and chocolate. A big, rich, abbey-style ale that fries out nicely on the
lister wrote:Thanks. Nice to know the draft beer has been updated and some food changes.
We usually hit the place in the summer a few times since it's the best patio in the area but we've been getting kind of bored there.
La Chouffe 8.0% alc./vol. 33CL $6.95
An unfiltered blond beer, which is refermented in the bottle as well
as in the keg. It is pleasantly fruity, spiced with coriander and has a
light hop taste.
Houblon Chouffe 9.0% alc./vol. 25CL $6.95
Was brewed for the first time in 2006. It is an Indian Pale Ale
beer, with a harmonious balance between a marked bitterness
(three types of hops are used to make it) and a pleasant fruitiness.
Houblon Chouffe is unfiltered and refermented in the bottle as
well as in the keg.
Liefmans Fruitesse 4.2% alc./vol. 25CL $5.95
A fresh Belgian beer blend, maturing for 18 months on cherries in
Liefmans cellars, artfully blended with natural juices of strawberry,
raspberry, cherry, blueberry and juniper berry resulting in a fruity,
pleasantly sweet, sparkling and refreshing beer.
Fuller’s Black Cab Stout 4.2% alc./vol. 50CL $6.95
Brewed with a grist produced from five diffrent malts including
Ale malt, Imperial malt, Crystal malt, Chocolate malt and Golden
malted oats. This style of stout delivers a rich full flavour from the
chocolate malts, with a creamy finish.
zane9 wrote:Reviving an old thread.
Do these two pubs share common ownership?
I was looking at Thrillist, which did a "best of" back in July. http://www.thrillist.com/drink/toronto/ ... o?ir=venue
Town Crier and Sin & Redemption were on the list. I looked at their sites: the beer and food menus at both venues seem too similar to be a coincidence. Or is it?
I haven't been to either one yet, but hope to get there.
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