Tag Archives: Barley Wine

February 22

Séries Impériale Does it Again – A Fantastic Barrel Aged Barleywine from Marché du Village

An Article by Noah Forrest The folks at Marché du Village are at it again! This independent, super store of sorts – located right off the highway when driving through the Eastern Townships – just released their second installment in a series of big barrel aged beers called Séries Impérial. Last year they created “Scotch […]

August 22

Simply the Breast! – St Ambroise Vintage Ale Meets Seared Duck

One of my favorite meats to eat and cook is duck, but more specifically, duck breasts. In texture and richness, it’s the perfect crossover between poultry and beef.  When cooked properly to medium rare, a duck breast should eat like a steak, but with a deliciously crispy skin on one side. Think about it, it’s […]

March 30

A Year Old “Fullers Vintage Ale” Taste Comparison – The Tantalizing Test of Time

Although I’ve enjoyed beer for many years, it is only in the last two years or so that my interest has surpassed that of an individual who regularly enjoys beer, and progressed into someone with a geeky obsession.  About a year and a half ago, I was in Toronto visiting some friends and discovered “Fullers […]