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Trafalgar Brewing Cedar Cream Ale

Beer Style: 
Canadian Cream Ale
Serving Style.: 
341 ML Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating: 
4

Trafalgar Brewing Cedar Cream Ale

A thin and short lived white head on a moderately dark amber coloured beer.
The aroma is quite malty and sweet with honey and hints of what might be cedar wood.
The feel is nice, thick, and creamy. No watery or high carbonation feels.

Taste is quite pleasant off the top. A solid honey like malt base with a nice grassy and citrus sparkle to it. There is a very light woodsey middle to this beer which just might be cedar like.
The sweet malty tastes predominate in this one, like a good ale. I really like the creamy smooth feel of it and the bright hop finish is just enough to refresh without trying to take over the whole taste profile.

I think I will be buying this one again.




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Wittekerke Rosé

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
250 ml. bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
3

Wittekerke Rosé

A clear pinkish red color with a thick white head.
Aroma is all fruit, mostly cherries.
Mouth feel is fairly rich.
Mostly cherries to start with an acidic undertone. Strong citrus and cherry finish. This is not bad at all.
I think Nemsis got an off bottle. Mine wasn't cloudy and the head was white, not pink. I found it quite refreshing.



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