Over the last week or so:
-Wellington Kentucky Cow (BBA Chocolate Milk Stout) - From the LCBO. I previously purchased a bottle from the first run (brewery only; late 2015) and really enjoyed it, and so was willing to pay the 10-11 bucks for another bottle when I spotted it on shelves. Sadly I think this beer lost something when scaled up from "brewery one-off batch" size to "retail release batch" size. It was enjoyable enough this time around, but not as good as I seem to remember it being.
-Bench Brewing Ball's Falls Session IPA - LCBO. I'm not big on session IPAs, but this is one of the best Ontario-made ones I've tried to date. Starts off juicy, with stone fruit, melon and citrus, becoming more grassy/resiny and bitter towards the finish. Refreshing, flavourful; a winner.
-Magnotta True North Inukshuk IPA - LCBO. Actually a pretty nice little low-key English IPA. Leans toward the malty side, but the tea-leafy hops on the back end impart a pleasant bergamot orange vibe to the flavour profile. Those flimsy-ass six-pack holders need to go, though.
-Great Lakes Lake Effect IPA - LCBO. An old favourite, drinking as great as it always does. Get 'em before they're gone.
-Frank Brewing Old Comrade - From The Beer Store. A more-or-less standard Canadian amber ale, along the lines of, say, Spark House. Malt-forward and a tad sweet, but not overbearingly so.
-Mad Jack Hard Core Strong Apple Lager - TBS. Tastes like a regular Mad Jack mixed with malt liquor. Candy-sweet, with a slimy texture. Crap.
-Westmalle Dubbel - LCBO. It has returned! One of my favourite examples of this style. Gonna have to stock up.
-Amsterdam 2017 Helles Golden Lager - LCBO. A pretty good German-style lager, if you're in to that sort of thing. Amsterdam may have lost a step compared to the competition over the last few years, but this is still a better pale lager than most Ontario brewers seem capable of producing.