Possibly, the last beer post on The Brown Knowser. I may keep all of my beer posts on my Beer O'Clock blog. Stay tuned.
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Some of them have been outstanding and have made it to my regular repertoire of beverages. Some have been special releases or beers that I can't easily access, and they are near and dear to my heart.
And some have been less than appealing, but worth trying nevertheless.
Here is a list of my favourite reviews, in no particular order (actually, that's not true: they're listed in order from most-recent reviews to earlier reviews).
- Pink Fuzz Grapefruit Wheat Ale, Beyond the Pale Breweryfor not being a big fan of wheat ales, I found this beer delightfully refreshing. Lots of flavour and not filling. This will be my beer of choice for a hot summer's day.
- Double-Chocolate Imperial Stout, Mill Street Brewingone of the best stouts I've ever had. Period.
- Weiss O'Lantern Pumpkin Wheat Ale, Beau's All-Natural Brewingthis was my favourite pumpkin ale of the season. My only regret is that I didn't drink more of it. But I'll be stocking up next year for sure.
- Milk Stout, The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewerynot only was this the best stout I've ever had, it may very well be the best beer I've ever had. If you ever want to get me a gift, a six pack of this would be much appreciated.
- St-Ambroise IPA, McAuslan BreweryI wish this wasn't a seasonal. I would keep this in my basement year-round. Again, I'll be stocking up next year.
- Trail Blaze Organic Brown Ale, Appalachian Brewing Companya memorable, flavourfull brown ale from a brewery I found as I was passing through Gettysburg this summer.
- IPA, Big Rig Brewingthis is a big, highly quaffable IPA. It's my choice every time I go to this Ottawa brew pub.
- Paradise APA, Mill Streetanother seasonal favourite from my favourite Ontario brewery. (They don't pay me to say that, but they should)
- Ambre de la Chaudière, Mill StreetI love this bière de garde, from its aroma to its finish. I could drink this beer all day (if not for the alcohol content).
- Mad Tom IPA, Muskoka Breweryever since I first tried this IPA, it's been a regular resident in my basement. Massive hops and excellently balanced, it's a serious ale.