Josh Oakes wrote:Previous barrel-aged beers in Canada have included DDC Quintessence (maple liqueur), Fat Cat Old Bad Cat Barley Wine (wine)...damn that's all I can think of. Wouldn't be surprised if Voie Maltee Polissonne was aged in whiskey barrels, but I couldn't confirm that. Still a ridiculously short list. Then again, this is a country that is barely aware of hops...
PRMason wrote:For my part, I will have *snip*, Chaplain's Solace Old Ale,
Andicus wrote:I'll be in PEI, hopefully enjoying some of the beer I'll pick up along the way in Quebec.
GregClow wrote:If you're going to be in Charlottetown, you should try and visit The Gahan House, the only brewpub on the Island. SNIP***.
Asst. Grain Shoveller wrote:We'll be in booth 19 across from the main music stage, close to Cameron's and Creemore.
old faithful wrote:=The beer was cask-conditioned and dry-hopped.
That was the first oak cask beer in Ontario in recent memory.
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