seangm wrote: For whatever reason most of the wet hop ales I've tried locally just aren't very good. Muskoka Harvest Ale used to be my favourite, but the recipe has changed and it's nowhere near as good now. Curious which ones you've had luck with, since I've found they often taste like flatter, blander versions of an IPA/APA.
Amsterdam Autumn Hop and Nickel Brook Ontario Wet Hop are the only two widely available retail ones that I would grab on a regular basis, though I'm not sure whether Nickel Brook still makes their version. Collingwood makes one as well but it's closer to an English Strong Ale than a Wet Hop APA / IPA and it's not especially great. Bellwoods Bine Hunter is a delicious wet hopped ale that's usually available on tap and at the brewery retail store around fall, but no wide retail distribution. The relative scarcity of these beers is my whole point - it would be nice to see more breweries, and the better brewers in particular, put out wet hopped/harvest ales in the fall.