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Brewed by Cool Beer Brewing Co.
Style: Amber Lager/Vienna
Toronto, Canada

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RATINGS: 78   WEIGHTED AVG: 3.07/5   IBU: 24   EST. CALORIES: 141   ABV: 4.7%
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Saint Andre is made with a blend of five specialty malts imported from Belgium. These help to create a smooth, complex character which is balanced by a crisp hop flavour. The result is a remarkably drinkable beer that celebrates the best Europe has to offer. Lager in The Bohemian style. Note: Brewed by Doug Pengelly of Ste. Andre at the Stratford Brewing facility.

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3.4
MrManning (2009) - Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA - APR 7, 2006
Tap at the Alex P Keaton, in London, Ont- Props goes out to Mark< Andrew, and Jeff for getting this one in! Deep amber pour marker with an off white creamy cap. Distinct malty sugary aroma with caramel and a well delivered hop aroma. Flavours are subtle and balanced. The right amount of sweet malt with a decent hops bitterness and caramel finish make this one a winner. Glad I got to try it, and thanks again to the guys at the Keaton for getting it in.

3.4
imaragingbull (575) - Sydney, AUSTRALIA - SEP 9, 2010
Bottle. Pours hazy copper orange with an OK off white head. Grainy, cereal and hay aromas, no distinguishable hop aroma. Body is light-medium with some hop flavour and bitterness, however the malt takes the lead with a complex (for a lager) structure of sweetness, bread, grain and some nutty notes on the palate. Finish is semi-dry with the sweetness and additional flavours of the malts leading right through with a touch of refreshing bitterness on the tip of the tongue. Nice malty lager for what it’s worth.

3.3
jercraigs (10731) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - JUL 14, 2003
UPDATED: AUG 9, 2005 TFOB 2005. Draft. Amber brown, small white head. Toasted malt and muted citrus in the aroma. Pleasant bitterness, some citrusy hopes over malt. Less of the malt and caramel flavours that i remember/associate with it. Average palate. 5-6/3/6/3/13<P> Toronto Festival of Beer 2001 - Nice vienna Lager. Sweetly complex, easy to drink. 7/3/7/3/14

3.3
axilla (962) - New Providence, Pennsylvania, USA - MAY 22, 2004
A little carmel and yeasty aroma. Clear golden/amber color with good head lacing. Initial flavor is very feint. Slightly sweet, vanilla and malts with a stronger carmel finish. Quite fizzy at first. Smooths out well with a little breathing. Good lager.

3.3
HogTownHarry (7064) - Toronto (Harbourfront), Ontario, CANADA - AUG 10, 2005
UPDATED: AUG 26, 2005 Draught. at BeerBistro. It has been pointed out - at length - that the reason I don’t hate this is because it’s a "Vienna Lager", rather than "Pale Lager," which is what I - and many others also not quite so educated in true beer vernacular and styles - always assuming is inside when I/we see "lager". Which is therefore why it actually looks nice, doesn’t smell or taste like micturated barn scrapings, and there’s actually malt character to it. Anyway. It poured a clear deep copper-red with an average, mostly white head. Aroma was very mild, but medium-roasted malty, oaky, ferny and sweetish - there’s a bit of hop aroma, but it’s more sweet and woody. The taste is again mild malt, maple wood, not much in the way of hop or bitterness - starts and ends a bit sweet. No corn! Average to litght, slightly slick mouthfeel, not much linger. Needs more hops, but I’m surprised how much I liked it.

3.3
MarkoR (959) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - OCT 29, 2005
It’s really St. Andre and not Ste. Good tasting beer with copper-red body. Rich colour. Taste of caramels.

3.3
kseecs16 (1216) - Naperville, Illinois, USA - NOV 23, 2007
Draught at the beer bistro. Copper amber with little head, reddish in color. Dry malty flavor with a crisp medium body. Can really smell the sweet crystal malts. Some lacing, great for the style.

3.3
DerWeg (1702) - Toronto, Ontario, CANADA - APR 1, 2008
Cool-brewed version on draught at C’est What, Toronto. I found the original Guelph beer very good with an almost ale-like softness and easeful coating of the mouth. A recent six-pack (2006?) was like drinking mildly-flavored water. This pint was far better. I liked the texture, the slightly nutty/sweet flavor and the restrained hops. Good session beer.

3.3
wilderthanyou (758) - Guelph, CANADA - APR 16, 2009
Pours a amber orange with a thin shortly lived heads. The aroma is good, malty, some notes of bubble gum, burnt sugar, and maybe some orange peel? The flavour is decent, a light touch of hop upfront, the some straight forward malty, toffee sweetness, and then finishes with another touch of hops. A pretty straight forward, light, easy drinking beer. Nothing special, but tasty, goes good with spicy Chinese.

3.3
GRM (4142) - Aylmer, Quebec, CANADA - OCT 31, 2010
Bottle, at BeerBistro, savoured May 24 2010; eye: mahogany with a copper hue, clear, no effervescence, tiny ring of beige head; nose: malt, light caramel, slight spices; mouth: lots of malt, light hops, light caramel, nutty, finale in malt with nutty presence, medium body, average carbonation, lightly bitter and sweet, slick texture; overall: fine FRANÇAIS Bouteille, chez BeerBistro, savourée le 24 mai 2010; œil : acajou avec une teinte cuivrée, claire, pas d’effervescence, petit anneau de mousse beige; nez : malt, léger caramel, très léger épices; bouche : beaucoup de malt, léger houblon, léger caramel, noix, finale en malt avec présence de noix, corps moyen, carbonatation moyenne, légèrement amère et sucrée, texture coulante; en résumé : bien


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