Monthly Archives: March 2018

Barrels n’ Bugs

Barrels n’ Bugs is quickly becoming a favourite tasting. The theme allows for a really neat range of beers to be poured and, to show off some beautifully crafted things. When combined with the skillful snack magic of Peasant Cheese, … Continue reading

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Pinot Battle Royale : Oregon vs Burgundy

By Abigail Burgundy may be the homeland of Pinot Noir, but it seems like Oregon, in some opinions,  is paving the way for Pinot Noir’s new home. The only way to really judge who is doing a better job was … Continue reading

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Silky Sultry Stouts

I’d say it’s officially a tradition that the first beer tasting of the year is the stouts. The style holds a special place in my heart, even though I tend to drink more IPA. This tasting always sells out, and … Continue reading

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Classic Malts

By Hunter What is it to be a classic? If we are talking Single Malt Scotch Whisky, there is only one way gain the (dubious?) distinction: by being named on the back of a Diageo product. Who else should be … Continue reading

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Sweet Treats

By Abigail Sweet wine is something to cherish. It is a whole world filled with all sorts of treats, ranging from sweeter table wines to those lusciously sweet dessert wines. It’s a beautifully mastered art piece, with acid, intensity and … Continue reading

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Scotch Malt Whisky Society of Canada Outturn for March 2018

2018 is flying by, as the years’ seem to do. Sometimes I only notice this in a negative way – by looking in the mirror and noticing the grey not-so-slowly taking over around my ears, creeping upwards through the rest … Continue reading

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