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.
This 100% all natural, certified organic lager was Ontario’s first organic lager. Brewed with imported malt and hops, this 4.2% European-style lager offers a light, crisp and refreshing flavour with a clean finish.
Unique due to its rich creamy head, the brand delivers a smooth flavourful taste and has 50% less carbonation than regular beers. It tastes smoother, but still retains the full flavoured characteristics of an imported ale.
An easy drinking American wheat ale dry hopped with Mosaic Hops. Juicy citrus, tropical, and floral hop notes sit atop a light grainy malt base giving the beer a very flavourful hop punch with a light refreshing body.
Coors Banquet is brewed with Rocky Mountain water and high country barley, just as it was in 1873. Over 140 years later, we’re committed to upholding the vision and values of Adolph Coors. So we ensure that every drop of the Banquet Beer meets our lofty expectations of how a crisp, full-flavoured beer should taste.??
Medium amber colour; a medley of spice aromas, including subtle cinnamon and nutmeg, with hints of toasty oak, toffee, chocolate and vanilla; dry, medium to full bodied, richly textured, with balanced flavours of warm sweet spiced fruit, oak, caramel and hints of nut and oak, leading to warm peppery note on the long finish.
Made with almond milk, this dairy-free version of Bailey is creamy and smooth like the original with a hint of almond and vanilla flavour. Perfect in coffee or hot chocolate or simply poured over ice and sipped solo.
Bacardi Oakheart is a spiced rum-based spirit and is so-called because some of the rums are matured in ex-bourbon oak casks. Notes of brown sugar, honey and burnt vanilla custard with a short, lightly cinnamony finish.
Soju is originally from Korea, where it was first distilled around the 14th century. Unlike vodka, soju has a natural hint of botanicals that can make for a smoother taste as opposed to vodka, which can sometimes come off as harsh at the end. It is also not only lower in calorie than vodka, but it is also lower in proof.