Silversmith – Hill 145 Golden Ale

Nestled in Niagara-on-the-lake, Ontario, Canada – Silversmith Brewing named the ‘Hill 145’ Golden Ale in celebration and gratitude to those Canadians forces who served the battle of Vimy Ridge in the first world war. Sitting at 4% ABV, this brew is also unfiltered and unpasteurized. Appearance: Golden straw in color with brilliant clarity. A persistent … More Silversmith – Hill 145 Golden Ale

Delirium Tremens – Belgium Strong Ale

Launched almost 30 years ago, the undeniably successful Delirium Tremens Belgian Strong Ale has a very distinctive character and unique taste, symbolized by the very recognizable pink elephant on a ceramic looking bottle. In 1998 at the World Beer Championships in Chicago Delirium Tremens received a gold medal and the title of ‘best beer in … More Delirium Tremens – Belgium Strong Ale

NAMA NAMA – IZUMI of the North. Ontario Spring Water Sake Company

Well who knew Ontario could make Sake! IZUMI of the North is the Ontario Spring Water Sake Company and the 1st Ontario Sake Brewery (the only one from my understanding). I happen to discover them this past week while enjoying a stroll through the  Toronto Distillery District. Nestled in the cobble streets of this historic … More NAMA NAMA – IZUMI of the North. Ontario Spring Water Sake Company

The Barn Raiser Country Ale – Oast House Brewery

The Barn Raiser Country Ale From Oast House Brewers in Niagara, Ontario. A good representation of this style. Unpolished gold in color with an off white reluctant soapy head, this brew came in a beautiful 473 ml can which reminded me a lot of the brewery itself by the colors and design. The aromatics are … More The Barn Raiser Country Ale – Oast House Brewery