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posted "No lightweight American Budweiser here!" about Brookly Brewery Black Chocolate Stout.   March 05, 2011
No lightweight American Budweiser here!
A pitch black body laced with pleasantly modest carbonation with good staying power resides underneath a dark tan head that dissipates virtually insta
posted "A strong stout with a pleasing flavour!" about Belhaven Scottish Stout.   December 10, 2010
A strong stout with a pleasing flavour!
    A creamy pouring beer with such a rich deep brown colour as to approach an opaque black. The head, a lovely cappuccino brown with r
commented on review of Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel, "An intensely black extra strong coffee stout".   November 07, 2010
commented on review of Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel, "An intensely black extra strong coffee stout".   November 07, 2010
posted "An intensely black extra strong coffee stout" about Dieu du Ciel Péché Mortel.   November 07, 2010
An intensely black extra strong coffee s
Here's the commercial description of this creamy dark beer:      Péché Mortel (French for "Mortal Sin"
commented on review of Sam Adams Winter Lager, "Sam Adams Winter Lager is very well suited to the winter season".   September 26, 2010
commented on review of Sam Adams Winter Lager, "Sam Adams Winter Lager is very well suited to the winter season".   September 26, 2010
posted "An average German pilsner" about Wernesgrüner.   September 24, 2010
An average German pilsner
No surprises at any point with this beer. The pour produces a modest pure white head which dissipates quickly leaving no lacing. Carbonation is modera
posted "A sweet high-powered ale that's pleasant for sipping!" about McEwan's Scotch Ale.   September 19, 2010
A sweet high-powered ale that's pleasant
While some reviewers on the internet talked about a modest head, my very aggressive pour resulted in little more than a modest dusting of o
posted "Lighter than stout, heavier than ale or lager ... well, what'd you expect?" about Hockley Black & Tan.   September 17, 2010
Lighter than stout, heavier than ale or
On the pour, we're looking at a deep reddish-tinged brown to black beer that is so dark as to be almost opaque. It's only when held to a light
posted "A sweet beer, reminiscent of wheat, but made with rye!" about Schleimhammer Roggenbier.   September 06, 2010
A sweet beer, reminiscent of wheat, but
Pours a cloudy, obviously unfiltered copper with a tall, dense, very foamy head. The head slowly fades to a modest cover and leaves a s
posted "Acceptable only because it's average and inoffensive!" about Trailhead Lager.   July 10, 2010
Acceptable only because it's average and
I was in a local pub a couple of days ago and, on my way out, I noticed the advertisement for England's Hobgoblin Ale:      "W
took a poll "Favorite International Beers"   May 31, 2010
commented on review of Doppel-Hirsch, "A very repeatable sweet Bock!".   May 29, 2010
commented on review of Doppel-Hirsch, "A very repeatable sweet Bock!".   May 29, 2010
posted "A very repeatable sweet Bock!" about Doppel-Hirsch.   May 21, 2010
A very repeatable sweet Bock!
Deep, dark and rich reddish brown on the pour, completely transparent but so dark as to approach opaque! Does that make any sense to you? A lovely thi
posted "A decent sweet lager that's quite repeatable!" about Sleeman Honey Brown Lager.   March 27, 2010
A decent sweet lager that's quite repeatable! A decent sweet lager that's quite repeat
Sleeman is a local Canadian micro-brewery (well ... local to me anyway!) made good and grown to mass-producing adult proportions! And while I lik
posted "All things in blissful moderation!" about Abbot Ale.   March 26, 2010
All things in blissful moderation!
Abbot Ale, one entry in Greene King Brewery's excellent stable of ales, lagers, bitters and stouts, is an exercise in moderation. The marketing on the
posted "A very pleasant lager well worth repeating!" about Faxe Amber.   March 21, 2010
A very pleasant lager well worth repeating! A very pleasant lager well worth repeati
The pour held plenty of promise and potential! A beautiful, intense, rich colour that hovered halfway between gold and copper was, if I do say so, dup
posted "A great first impression with a weak finishing kick!" about Yankee Jim Ice Bock.   March 19, 2010
A great first impression with a weak fin
They say that first impressions are important and are usually correct. But, in the case of Yankee Jim Ice Bock, you might like to hang around until th
posted "Lots of alcohol but not much more to recommend!" about Crest Super Premium Lager.   March 14, 2010
Lots of alcohol but not much more to rec
At first pour (or one might say at first blush) Crest Super Premium Lager, an English brew produced with German hops,  is a rich yellow colo
commented on review of Biere Du Boucanier, "Biere Du Boucanier: A beer fit for a pirate....or a Beer Snob".   February 22, 2010
commented on review of Biere Du Boucanier, "Biere Du Boucanier: A beer fit for a pirate....or a Beer Snob".   February 22, 2010
commented on review of Young's Luxury Double Chocolate Stout, "Perfect marriage of chocolate and beer".   February 19, 2010
commented on review of Young's Luxury Double Chocolate Stout, "Perfect marriage of chocolate and beer".   February 19, 2010
commented on review of Landshark Lager, "Wasting away again in Margaritaville? Don't waste your money on this!".   February 19, 2010
commented on review of Budweiser American Ale, "Wow, I was surprised by how good this was.".   January 04, 2010
commented on review of Heineken, "Green Bottle Beer is the Best".   December 20, 2009
commented on review of Lindemans Lambic Belgium Beer, "Like eating a fruit!".   December 16, 2009
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