Niagara's Best Blonde Premium Ale
I'm searching for a good Ontario beer. Preferably from a micro-brewery, with the proper ingredients, hoppy, and distinct. Why? For a very important reason, of course, but I won't tell why right now.
So for the next few weeks, I'll be picking up a few cases of different beers. I don't have a specific criteria, except that the beer has to be profound. I think I'll just know when I've come across the right one.
I don't know if this beer's really made in Niagara. Cheesy label, cheap, reused bottles, but it's what's inside that counts, no? Pale blonde, as the name suggests, with a good head of foam. Nose is very interesting, a sourish green bouquet eerily reminiscent of a certain pickled cabbage that the Shanghainese really love. Becomes sweeter, grainier. Fresh on the palate, tinges with chlorinated tap water. That's a problem.
But still an interesting beer.DF