Brewery: Cameron’s Brewing (Oakville, Ontario)
Appearance / Aroma: Bright gold typical lager colour. Nice head from a vigarous pour- noticeable carbonation and bubbles in the glass.
Taste / Feel: I took a nice big gulp, as this is my post 25km bike ride thirst quench and at first I wanted to say that’s is one of the most easy drinking and delicious beers (thirst does that), but a couple layers develop post-swallow which I’m not too keen on. It’s hard to explain. It’s like a there is a certain staleness from some lingering yeast and fermentation or some thing. This might be a bias based on a head which settled into a clumpy fragmented splotchy mess, like old coffee cream settling on some un-drunk coffee. Ok- that sounds worse than it is, it’s not that bad. But it’s … Not that good. If I was given a choice between this and a Sleeman at a BBQ this is the clear choice. But in a world full of lagers (which lets be honest- is the easiest beer to do well)…. I don’t think there’s a lot to write home about here. So I should stop…