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04-06-2013, 08:46 AM
RE: Your Favorite Beers; Everyday, Top Shelf, & Syle.
(03-06-2013 07:58 PM)cjlr Wrote:  My local store down in Waterloo had a pretty great array of choices, and there were five or six quality breweries in the area. By comparison the shelves up here in Sudbury are depressingly bare (and pedestrian in their selection).

Ah well. There are still two good, relatively local brews to be had. Lake of Bays and Muskoka breweries. The former makes a very nice red ale, and the latter an amazing IPA. Actually while I've been here the local stores have started carrying Flying Monkeys (all of their beers are very nice) as well, and there are two bars with really nice sets of taps. So I've survived okay.

Not to mention the new brewery in town (Stack Brewing!), which ought to be opening any day now. Waiting on that has been agonizing.

Wait. What? Consider Waterloo and Sudbury are nowhere near each other.

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04-06-2013, 12:34 PM
RE: Your Favorite Beers; Everyday, Top Shelf, & Syle.
(04-06-2013 08:46 AM)Chas Wrote:  Wait. What? Consider Waterloo and Sudbury are nowhere near each other.

Read: "My local store down [when I lived in] in Waterloo..."

I used to live in Waterloo (lots of local beers, good selection overall).

Now I live in Sudbury (few local beers, spotty selection).
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04-06-2013, 01:24 PM
RE: Your Favorite Beers; Everyday, Top Shelf, & Syle.
I'll take any Hefeweizen as long as it has the actual yeast settled on the bottom. Hefeweizen is supposed to be unfiltered, darn it! All the beer that goes by the name and is filtered has no flavor.

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05-06-2013, 06:03 AM
RE: Your Favorite Beers; Everyday, Top Shelf, & Syle.
(04-06-2013 12:34 PM)cjlr Wrote:  
(04-06-2013 08:46 AM)Chas Wrote:  Wait. What? Consider Waterloo and Sudbury are nowhere near each other.

Read: "My local store down [when I lived in] in Waterloo..."

I used to live in Waterloo (lots of local beers, good selection overall).

Now I live in Sudbury (few local beers, spotty selection).

Waterloo is a great place. What possessed you to move to Sudbury? Shocking

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05-06-2013, 06:16 AM
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05-06-2013, 10:31 AM
RE: Your Favorite Beers; Everyday, Top Shelf, & Syle.
(05-06-2013 06:03 AM)Chas Wrote:  Waterloo is a great place. What possessed you to move to Sudbury? Shocking

I did really like Waterloo, but at this point in my life four years is enough for one place, y'know? Plus it was too hot in the summer.

Anyway, I did my undergrad at Laurier, and I'm now doing my Master's at Laurentian. So that's why I moved.
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15-06-2013, 09:54 PM
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BEEEER.

Finally got some Stack Brewing beers this weekend - it was their grand debut, on tap and bottled at a few local pubs. I've been waiting for those guys to open for weeks now.

Angry Moose, Black Rock, Portes de l'Enfer, Valley Girl, and Sudbury Saturday Night. All delicious, of course.

Though, it's kind of rough when they come in 1 litre bottles of 9% beer. That's work to finish that at one lunch sitting!
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15-06-2013, 10:36 PM
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(04-06-2013 01:24 PM)Dom Wrote:  I'll take any Hefeweizen as long as it has the actual yeast settled on the bottom. Hefeweizen is supposed to be unfiltered, darn it! All the beer that goes by the name and is filtered has no flavor.

Ha - I have a friend who loved Hefeweizen but it was so yeasty it would set his asthma off. A lot of the beers did that to him when he lived in Germany.

Of course, they new he was very American because he would only drink his beer ice cold - he used to get some ribbing about it there. Personally, I like my beer room temperature, especially in Winter... so now, I rib him about it! Tongue

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18-07-2013, 06:13 PM
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Rum. Then there's rum. Oh, and rum Big Grin

Is this, technically, a beer?
http://www.thebruery.com/beers/blacktuesday.html
If so, I want to try some Black Tuesday!

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19-07-2013, 08:34 AM
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I've been guzzling this sucker down for the past several weeks.

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