Over the last half-week:
Forked River Say N'more (BBA Old Ale) - A malt-forward strong ale with an oaky, wood tannin-heavy aftertaste. OK, but the elements clash a bit and overall it's not one of their better BBA products, at least IMO.
Forked River Wicked Wench (Soured BBA Stout) - This is their Blackbeerd stout after nearly a year in the barrel. I really liked this one. Very smooth with just the right level of sourness. Hope to purchase more next time I'm in London.
John H.R. Molson & Brothers 1908 - Fine for a Molson product. Sort of halfway between an amber lager and an English pale ale, with the hop profile angling toward the latter.
Innocente Drunkard's Cloak (Red Wine BA Saison) - Listed at 9.5% and purchased in December. I didn't mind this one but nothing about it really stuck out and somehow I expected more. Fruity and vinous with restrained oak tannin & grape skin astringency.
Refined Fool Zombae (Cranberry Hefeweizen) - More of a pale wheat ale than a hefe. They've done a few of these fruit + pale wheat ale mash-ups and this is probably the best one to date. Simple but very sessionable.
And a few repeats:
-Descendants Harbinger American Pale Ale - Decent. I like that it's more malt-forward than a lot of other APAs, but the floral notes of the Cascade hops come off a bit dull.
-GLB Canuck Pale Ale - Always a solid, reliable option at a good price.
-Grand River Tailgate - Now canned! I tried this a few years ago when it first showed up in LCBOs and didn't like it at all. This can tasted better (and more like what I expect a pils to taste like), but it's still overshadowed by most of the German imports.
-Broadhead Dark Horse Stout - Kind of smelled like canned peas. It was ok, but not as good as the fresh can I had last time.
-Triple Bogey Lager - Fine for what it is; not something I'd ever buy regularly.