Posts Tagged:st ambroise

St Ambroise Erable — McAuslan Brewery

I don’t even know if I can adequately describe in words how much I love maple syrup. When I buy a new bottle (always Ontario), I open it on the spot and take a swig.  Ben does this now, too.  Be aware, if you are pouring syrup out of a bottle that I bought, it’s […]

St Ambroise Pale Ale — McAuslan Brewery

I was seriously shocked when I checked and discovered I had never actually reviewed McAuslan’s St Ambroise Pale Ale.  I mean, I drink it frequently, both in bottles and on draught.  I often sing it’s praises to others, and feel that it is one of the best English-style pale ales available in Ontario, if not […]

St Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale — McAuslan Brewing Inc.

St Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale — McAuslan Brewing Inc

Continuing along with my “stuff in beer” reviews, is St Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale. I’ve said it in past posts, but I’ll say it again: I don’t go in for this seasonal beer stuff.  True, I think there are beers for specific occasions or times, but I would never consider turning down a delicious stout […]

St Ambroise Framboise — McAuslan Brewing Inc.

St Ambroise Framboise — McAuslan Brewing Inc.

Another day another beer review.  If you recall from my review of Great Lakes Green Tea Ale, I’m focusing for a while on those “summer-time” brews (though I prefer to not pigeon-hole beers seasonally, most people do) that have things added to them, from fruit juices, to spices, and beyond.  Next up is this bottle […]

St Ambroise Citrouille – McAuslan Brewing Inc

St Ambroise Citrouille - McAuslan Brewing Inc

It’s pumpkin weekend at my place, at least in terms of beer.  Friday Fred and I drank pumpkin beer on the Edge, yesterday I reviewed Shipyard’s ferocious Imperial Pumpkin Ale, “Smashed Pumpkin”.  Today, I’m going to do a review of one of the pumpkin beers that helped convert me to a fan of pumpkin beers, […]

St Ambroise Oatmeal Stout – McAuslan Brewing Inc.

So the McAuslan brewery, in Montreal, makes a variety of beers, most of which are difficult, at best, to find in Ontario.  St Ambroise Oatmeal Stout is available at a few locations around Toronto, but most people will have never had it.  Loads of people are familiar with their Apricot Wheat beer, which is a […]

LCBO – Fall Release – Today, Tuesday September 14th

So I had meant to get this written sooner, but with a best-friend house-guest, my time is less available then normal.  Anways, last Thursday I was able to pop by the LCBO offices to get a sneak-taste of the Fall and Halloween beers, and I have got to say:  I’m well impressed.  If you haven’t […]