New stuff within the last week:
-BrewDog Elvis Juice - LCBO bottle. Very citrusy aroma and flavour, with hints of pine resin, berries and stone fruit. Pretty good stuff, but I love grapefruit to begin with so YMMV. I slightly prefer this over their Punk IPA.
-König Ludwig Weissbier - LCBO bottle. Quite visually appealing in the glass, with lots of wheat malt flavour, but there's just a tad too much banana/bubble gum for me. Spicy finish with peppery clove and yeastiness. A bang-on example of the style, but there are at least a handful of German competitors I'd select before this one (Weihenstephaner and Ayinger come to mind).
-Ritterguts Gose - LCBO bottle. Gritty wheat husk and crackery sweetness mixed together with lemon and sour apple; the coriander and salt gently come through on the back end. A lovely thirst-quencher; definitely not too sour, and not particularly salty either. Ideal for use as an introduction to the style.
-Beau's Tom Green Summer Stout - LCBO bottle. Looks fine in the glass (other than the fact that it's blonde). More 'nutty' than 'roasty'; the coffee seems to be the only source of "roastiness" in the flavour profile. That being said, I actually rather enjoyed this one - the oats give it a silky-smooth texture, and the milk sugar provides just the right amount of sweetness. Only vaguely stout-like, but I still liked it more than the original Tom Green beer.
-Nickel Brook Ceres - LCBO bottle. Fantastic stuff. Grainy, wheaty pale malts are joined by lime juice, melon rind and cucumber, with a decent kick of lactic acidity. Coriander spice precedes the salty finish, with lingering hints of cucumber skin. Gotta remember to grab another bottle or two ASAP, because stock is starting to dwindle around here.
-Refined Fool Second Cousin (Strawberry) - Bomber from the brewery. One of multiple fruity variations upon their base hefeweizen - I've tried the cherry one in the past and it was ok. Dominated by wheaty, bready malts, with notes of banana, apple, citrus and strawberry. The strawberry is extremely subtle, which might irk people who bought it expecting a fruit beer. Solid, but I think I still prefer the base hefe (and I'm still interested to see how the apricot, blackberry, and blueberry variants turn out).
-Okanagan Crisp Apple Cider - LCBO tallboy. Quite sweet and slightly tart. Reminiscent of Somersby original, being only marginally less candy-sweet. I'd pass in the future, but then again I prefer dry ciders.