It’s IPA day!!!! I couldn’t think of a better way to promote the festivities, than to write yet another IPA article! I’m thinking you all might be starting to tire of my endless IPA centric articles. […]
Six Days of I.P.A’s – A North American Hop Bomb Comparison
The infamous India Pale Ale has been a staple for many craft breweries since the modern beer revival over the last few decades. Although originating in England, North America has taken this style leaps and […]
Zesty Risotto Meets Quebec’s Collaborative Saison from Ca Va Brasser!
I’m well aware that my last beer and food article involved risotto, but I just like making it so much that I’m going to have to bore you again with another one. In my defense, […]
Brewed Pancetta #2 – Balancing Smokey Risotto, Propeller’s Double IPA… and a Baby!
So I started writing this entry a while ago. I’m not sure why I dropped it, but for some reason it remained half finished for over four months. I began writing it just before we […]
Brasserie Dunham Offers a Tongue-Tantilizing RIS That Doesn’t Disappoint
If you live in Montreal and you ever venture out to the eastern townships, there is great little town called Dunham. I’ve been there a few times and always stop in at “Homei,” a fantastic […]
The Season for Sour – Boquebiere’s Wild Yeast Saison Punches the Palate
Boquebiere, a microbrewery located in Sherbrooke Quebec, is relatively new to the Quebec scene, but has quickly become one of my favorite craft beer producers in the province. They have quite an extensive list of […]
Beerism goes… Simple? A “Simple Malt” Scotch Ale Comparison
Les Brasseurs Illimites – a brewery out of St. Eustasche, Quebec – have a line of beer called “Simple Malt.” I have always praised their offerings because of their diversity, quality, and generally reasonable prices. […]
Beau’s Weiss-O-Lantern Meets Some Homemade Pumpkin Ravioli!
Every time I make my way to Ottawa – which occurs often enough as I have family there – I treat myself to a stop in Vankleek Hill, where there resides a fantastic brewery called […]
Boson de Higgs – Hopfenstark’s Hybrid Hits Your Palate in all the Right Places
So until recently, Hopfenstark was kind of a mysterious brewery to me, only having tried their products at Beer festivals, and never seeing their bottles for sale. During the last festival I attended, I made sure to […]