13 July 2006

On a less fratricidal note...

This is without a doubt the most unique & interesting beer I have encountered in a lifetime of uh, sampling... the various ales & lagers available in this country. It is only one of the peerless progeny of the Church Key microbrewery in Campbellford, Ontario.

While my wife objects to the incredibly smokey (she was heard to mutter something about scrapings from the bbq grill) flavour of this item, I have yet to come across the man who could resist it's magical chewy spell.

C'mon guys, who among us hasn't noshed at least once on the residue from the spatula?


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1 comments:

Clive said...

Without a doubt this is one of the very best beers I have ever tasted, including the real ales of my homeland... unfortunately my local has seen fit to raise the price to nearly $9 a pint with taxes, so I am torn between the desire for the beer and the principle of not being royally ripped off each time I buy one...