Inspired by late night stories around the fire, Muskoka Mad Tom will instantly grab your attention. Dry-hopped with Chinook and Centennial hops, this IPA has a vibrant aroma, depth of flavour, and crisp citrusy undertow like no other. So brace yourself, and crack one open for old Mad Tom. This is an awakening in craft beer that gets more enticing with every sip.
Steam Whistle Pilsner, Ontario
Following the Bavarian Purity Act or Reinheitsgebot, written in 1516, which states that only malt, hops, water and yeast may be used in brewing; Steam Whistle is crafted using only the finest of these four ingredients, all GMO free.
Mill St Cobble Stone Stout, Ontario
Produced with a traditional Irish-style stout that is served using nitrogen to produce that familiar creamy pour. A mix of flaked wheat and roasted barley to create the beer's classic creamy, dark character and select imported nugget bittering hops are used to dry out the finish of this ale.
Mill St Tankhouse Ale, Ontario
This is a very balanced beer in every sense; between bitterness and sweetness, as well as the hop/malt intensity. It's a wonderfully drinkable full-bodied beer with huge malt and hop flavours that perfectly complement each other. The use of five varieties of malt in the recipe to give the beer depth and an abundance of cascade finishing hops to impart the refreshing citrus aroma that leaves you wanting more.
Mill St Organic, Ontario:
This 100% all natural certified organic lager is Ontario's first organic lager, and contains no pesticides, insecticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. Brewed with imported malt and hops, this 4.2% European-style lager offers a light, crisp and refreshing flavour, with a clean finish.
this 4.2% European-style lager offers a light, crisp and refreshing flavour, with a clean finish.
Stiegl Radler: Austria
Stiegl Grapefruit Radler combines the purity of Stieg I Goldbrau lager with pure grapefruit juice. Radler, which means 'cyclist' in German, was originally brewed for thirsty cyclists in Austria who wanted a great tasting, low alcohol beer they could take along on bike rides. Stieg I Grapefruit Radler has a distinct tart flavour, citrusy aroma, lively effervescence and natural cloudiness.
Stiegl Lager: Austria
an award winning Austrian lager, made only with barley malt, hops and water in strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law of 1516. Stieg I Goldbrau is mildly hopped with a refreshing beer bouquet, golden color, magnificent fine head and pleasant aftertaste.
Delirium Golden Ale, Belgium
"The name Delirium Tremens speaks for itself. Words simply cannot describe the intricate flavour of this beer, but that won't stop me from trying. The color is golden and the head creamy and light. The first sip warms my throat and belly like an old woodstove does a log cabin. It's lightly hopped and surprisingly malty for such an airy, sunshiny beer. The aftertaste is fruity, almost cherry. A warming alcoholic glow works its way down the throat to the stomach. This beer must be sipped slowly so you can revel in each sweet drop. Delirium Tremens has a big body, a rich mouth feel, and a long sweet aftertaste."
Erdinger Wheat, Germany
The number one wheat beer in the world, Erdinger Weissbier is brewed using fine yeast according to a traditional recipe and in strict accordance with the Bavarian Purity Law. Today the beer is still
bottle-fermented, like champagne, in a traditional process which takes three to four weeks for Erdinger Weissbier 'with fine yeast' to mature. Erdinger Weissbier is refreshing, tingling and delightfully mellow with a neutral bouquet. It's fresh, glistening, amber color and superb frothy head are unmistakable.
Erdinger Dunkel, Germany
Erdinger Weissbier 'Dunkel' (Dark) is an authentic Bavarian Wheat Beer made with roasted barley-malt in addition to wheat-malt giving Erdinger Dunkel it's beautiful dark colour. With the light refreshing taste you expect from a Bavarian Wheat Beer it has slightly more chocolate maltiness.
Czechvar Lager, Czech Republic
Even though there is nothing that can replace the direct sensory experience, let us try to describe the flavour of Czechvar beer. The first impression you get is a pleasurable and delightfully happy aroma. even too smoothly. It leaves a fine, pleasantly bitter taste that disappears so slowly ... that you are already beginning to look forward to another perfectly flavour-balanced sip.
Affligem Abbey Ale Blonde, Belgium
Bright, yellow-golden with a firm, dense head. Natural carbonation and a carefully balanced aroma of fresh bread, banana spice, citrus and hints of vanilla. A smooth taste. Malty, nutty softness followed by the roundness of tropical fruit and then a dry, light bitterness. Medium bodied, smooth, round mouth-feel. A bright, refreshing finish. The final note on swirling has stronger notes of banana, yeasty spice and a happy aroma.
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