At the same time that the wife picked up Irish Potato Stout from Black Creek, she saw this one. The label was the nicest blue I’ve seen on a label (Blue‘s label is more silver, and the liquid inside is nasty!)
After the kids went to bed one night, the wife and I cooked up some steaks and taters and I thought, hey, a nice brown ale would go nice with cow. So I grabbed the biggest one I had downstairs. It poured out brownishly yellow and smelled like a sweet and sour malt mix. It was different, bordering on different bad.
Luckily, it tasted much better than it smelled. It had a traditional English pale ale flavour. There was some sweetness coupled with slightly heavy malts, but it wasn’t super great.
Country of Origin: Canada
Alcohol Content: 5%
Vessel: Glass by way of bottle