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Tired Hands Trendler Pils 3.6  
Tired Hands Brewing Company Ardmore, Pennsylvania
Can from Tired Hands General Store, 3/22/18. Clear pale yellow, thin and fizzy head, no lace. Pale malt, grass, and citrus. Drinks dry and fizzy. Pretty tasty, but not quite as clean and crisp as I like on this style.

Weyerbacher Cinnsanity 3.8  
Weyerbacher Brewing Co. Easton, Pennsylvania
Pours dark ruby amber with medium, off white head. Aroma is bourbon, cinnamon, tart cherry and caramel. Taste starts sweet caramel and cherry, warming to heavy cinnamon, vanilla and some roast. Finish is smooth bourbon. A really complex and tasty barleywine, with perhaps a little too much going on to be elite.

4 Mile Imperial IPA 2.3  
4 Mile Brewing Co. (BC) Victoria, British Columbia
650ml bottle @ Matt's. Pours a hazy copper colour with a thin white head. Nose is hints of orange, sweet malts, and only a light hop note. Flavour is intensely bitter, akin to chewing directly on pine needles. Wow, that's not for me.

Mountain Tap Current IPA 3.5  
Mountain Tap Brewery Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Pours golden color with white head. Light fruity piney hop aroma. Moderately sweet, well balanced malt body with floral and pine hop notes. Notes: on tap at the brewery, Steamboat trip Mar ‘18

Evil Twin Molotov Surprise (Batch #002: Passionfruit) 3.2  
Evil Twin Brewing Brooklyn, New York
Can - Touch Dank and some weedy notes. Cloudy gold with a small white head. Soured and wet grassy notes. Sour?

Evil Twin Molotov Surprise (Batch #002: Passionfruit) 3.2  
Evil Twin Brewing Brooklyn, New York
Hazy, light amber, no head. This has a light grapefruit note, light passionfruit, some mellow malts that don't add much. Sweet, has a fairly strong character, with light fruitiness, The strength is evident, the hops however not all that noticeable...the beer is balanced, but otherwise more malt-fruit in its dynamic. Alcohol fairly masked, however.

Indie Alehouse Ritual Madness (Cherries) 3.9  
Indie Alehouse Brewing Co. Toronto, Ontario
March 29, 2017 at Bar Hop (King St) - on draught. Mostly clear deep red with a smallish tan head. Aroma is sour cherry and wood, some herbal bitterness - alcohol. Taste is lovely - like a quad aged in cherry brandy barrels with a bit of wine vinegar; solid alcohol. Acidic, slick, lightly carbonated - finishes with some sticky sour cherry/light malt vinegar residual flavour. Damn, that's nice.

4 Mile Imperial IPA 3.2  
4 Mile Brewing Co. (BC) Victoria, British Columbia
Draft - Intense pine and some caramel. Clear gold with a small white head. Pine and woody with a decent bitterness.

Portland Kinda Dry Hard Cider 3.3  
Portland Cider Company Oregon City, Oregon
Tasted from a bottle. Pours a clear yellow color, with a few bubbles. Crisp red apples, caramel, and some lemon peel. Not too sweet. Light body, with a sharp, sticky mouthfeel. Pretty nice.

Budweiser 2.3  
Anheuser-Busch InBev St. Louis, Missouri
Typical lager. Some extra sweetness from the rice in the mash. Less hops than coors. Drinkable when nothing else is available.

Evil Twin Molotov Surprise (Batch #002: Passionfruit) 3.0  
Evil Twin Brewing Brooklyn, New York
12 oz. can, pours a cloudy orange with no head. Nose is full of tart passionfruit, with perfumey, citrus hops. Flavour is loaded with tart passionfruit, some vomit, and citrus hops. I like the passionfruit, but the vomit notes certainly detract. It works in a bizarre way.

Iron Road Locomotive Lager 2.4  
Iron Road Brewing Kamloops, British Columbia
Can - Lemon and light sour notes. Cloudy gold with a small white head. Light sweet corn and a light finish. Meh.

Iron Road Locomotive Lager 2.6  
Iron Road Brewing Kamloops, British Columbia
355ml can @ Matt's. Pours a semi-hazy golden colour with a small white head. Nose is wet hay, corn, and a biscuity malt. Flavour is simple, bland, clean, with the classic straw lager character. Simple.

Blackberry Farm Boundary Tree 3.1  
Blackberry Farm Walland, Tennessee
Pours a nice golden amber with incredibly thick, long-lasting head. Too thick. Aroma is a nice grass, yeasty bread with a faint bitter orange. Flavor is a jolt of grassy pungency followed by a bitterness somewhere between marmalade and quinine tonic water. Good beer, wish it weren't so fizzy.

Pipeworks Coconut Jones Dog 3.7  
Pipeworks Brewing Company Chicago, Illinois
Bottle. Pours black with a light brown head that dissipate to the edges. Aroma is full of dark grains and coconut with a bit of roast and a decent amount of vanilla supporting. Flavor has a combination of strong coconut and chocolate with dark grains and a bit of vanilla underlying.


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