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@grinder:

i've been liking the Shock Top beer this spring and will probably continue into the summer. i like tasty dark Ale but mostly in the winter months.

Where do you get it at? Plus better not tell the mad Dr.

Great seeing you at beer night the other night buddy and welcome to the forum :)

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Montreal has quite a few micro-breweries. If anyone ever get's a chance, try any Dieu Du Ciel.

Speaking of micro breweries: http://www.espacehoublon.ca/produits.php kinda for from mtl but it's worth the drive.

Myself I enjoy dark beers like Guinness, but I have been cutting down on beer because gym & beer don't mix well together lol.

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Since I was reminded about this subforum existing I might as well post it here too. Ephemere Pomme is a fantastic white ale with an ever so slight tinge of apple. Nothing like a cider in terms of sweetness. Gotta find a store that carries the pear version with the same name.

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@MARSTG:

Maybe you could start a partnership with Wild rose brewery to ship that beer to customers across Canada, why keep it just in the west?

HAHA they used to throw huge lan parties if they still did I would try and work a deal out to ship out prizes to people all over canada with a case of beer in each box

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Maybe you could start a partnership with Wild rose brewery to ship that beer to customers across Canada, why keep it just in the west?

Wild Rose wants to start supplying the country, but they have found huge barriers getting outside of the west.

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