Old Tomorrow



Brewery: Old Tomorrow Ltd. (Toronto)

Type: Canadian Pale Ale

ABV: 4.9%

IBU: Unknown

Appearance / Aroma:  Lovely colour- first bright then settles into a warm amber glow.  Little head which disappeared quite quickly but also left a lace on each sip which is nice.  I can smell the hoppy vibrancy but only when looking for it.  It’s very approachable this beer.

Taste / Feel: The taste follows the precedent of the smell, a hop start but settles very quickly into a very smooth lager like taste.  It’s very comfortable to drink while still having dignified and specific tastes.  They’ve done something difficult: full flavour balanced with balance and poundability.  It’s Gypsy Tears without the defined and distinct phases.  They blend together more.  A lovely beer.  I wish I had another!

Fun Fact: That is My John A MacDonald on the can.  Bonus points for patriotism = 4.2


Their website says they also have a whisky beer I would like to try.


One Comment Add yours

  1. scottdavey says:

    Great write up!! I want to try it… In fact, I’ve passed over it a couple times now – perhaps in error.

    Also, I love the part about dignified and specific taste.


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