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Beer Reviews Vancouver Island

Lighthouse Brewing Co. – Dark Chocolate Porter

Lighthouse Brewing Co. – Dark Chocolate Porter Review The Lighthouse Dark Chocolate Porter has been around for quite a few years now. This near black in colour beer smells strong  Continue Reading…

Beer Reviews Thompson Okanagan

Tree Brewing Co. – Molto Bella Espresso IPA

Tree Brewing Co. – Molto Bella Espresso IPA Review This here is something totally different. While espresso can be paired in many types of beer this is a first for  Continue Reading…

Beer Reviews Vancouver Island

Lighthouse Brewing Co. – Siren Imperial Red Ale

Lighthouse Brewing Co. – Siren Imperial Red Ale Review The Siren Imperial Red Ale is a chestnut, amber colour that smells of hop through two fingers of thick and fluffy  Continue Reading…

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Vancouver Island Brewery – Hermannator Ice Bock

Vancouver Island Brewery – Hermannator Ice Bock Review The Hermannator is an Ice Bock by Vancouver Island Brewery and is one of the best known winter seasonal ales in British  Continue Reading…

Beer Reviews Vancouver Island

Phillips Brewing Co. – 2012 Instigator Doppelbock

Phillips Brewing Co. – 2012 Instigator Doppelbock Review The Phillips Instiator Doppelbock is an amber colour that pours with 2 fingers of quickly dispersing head. The beer smells of toasted  Continue Reading…

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Russell Brewing Co. – St Nick’s Oaked Spiced Porter

Russell Brewing Co. – St Nick’s Oaked Spiced Porter Review Part of the the collaboration series the St Nick’s Oaked Spiced Porter pours a deep brown with a finger of  Continue Reading…

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Red Racer Beer – Extra Special Bitter (ESB)

Red Racer Beer – Extra Special Bitter (ESB) Review The Red Racer ESB is a chestnut-amber colour that pours into the glass exploding with head. Over-carbonation seems to be a  Continue Reading…

Beer Reviews Thompson Okanagan

Okanagan Spring Brewery – Mild Winter Ale

Okanagan Spring Brewery – Mild Winter Ale Review The Okanagan Spring Mild winter ale pours a chestnut colour topped with two fingers of head. This head is creamy and thick  Continue Reading…