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For Ontarian's wanting American craft beer at great prices, Ryan's is the place to go. Located just across the border at 1837 Pine Grove, Port Huron, MI.
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
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Sunday, May 29, 2011
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Flavour profile initially is sweet with dark fruit and caramel. This leads to toasty spicy flavours with a hint of smoke and fall fruits. The hops come through to balance the sweetness perfectly. Very nice dense head with good lacing and retention.
This is a full bodied amber ale with a nice balance of creamy grainy fruitiness, and sharp hops bitterness."
Friday, May 27, 2011
I have to start by saying we had this on tap at Gambrinus bistro and cafe. Our local option for fresh, craft and specialty brews. Should you find some at your local LCBO (see link below), it will be slightly different.
the Look: Nice, rich old gold colour, clear with a little head which didn't linger.
the Smell: nicely spicy on the nose, to be expected, hints of floral notes with an overall "fresh" aroma.
the Taste: great full flavour, just the right balance of wheat and spicy notes come through lasts well on the tongue with no bitterness.
the Feel: surprisingly light in feel for the flavour, cascaded well over the tongue hitting all your tastebuds.
Overall: this was a tasty offering, I would happily go back again and will be trying to track some down through the LCBO. It was brewed with the summer in mind, and I look forward to having a few in the backyard with a slow roast BBQ on.
MUSKOKA SUMMER WEISS
Thursday, May 26, 2011
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