in the : this is a small weird world category
my across the street neighbour inherited his house from his stepmother - also named Beth - and also owning a dog called Bailey. He didn't seem to be around a lot lately.
I went to Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2 years ago - fell in love with a beer.
A Moroccan Brown Ale.
It won awards. Yup. Tasty damn stuff.
Go to the Legion -mention it - they don't carry it but the bar steward creates a fake for me - and then says - you know that's Josh's beer? what? who? Josh, the bbq master on Canada Day. Oh. My neighbour.
I look him up - he owns Spearhead - and has just built a brewery in my hometown. okay. That explains the Spearhead trucks we see on the block nearly every week - they're delivering kegs for him to take out to bars to introduce.
sooo... I'm on FB ... chatting with a hometown friend/someone I used to babysit, nearly <cough> 50 years ago <cough>. He's just had a fun gig, backing up a friend at a music/storytelling night at a brewery. mmmhmm Spearhead. Yeah that Josh is a great guy and have you tried his beers? matter-of-fact, yes. love the beer and he's my neighbour here in the tdot.
Try Spearhead - some brilliant beers.
Who thought pineapple in beer would be a good idea?
As the name suggests, this bold, hoppy West Coast pale ale is brewed Hawaiian style—with pineapple. It is naturally carbonated, unfiltered and dry-hopped to provide a delicate carbonation and complex flavour and bouquet. This perfectly “imbalanced” pale ale has a crisp citrusy character with hints of tropical fruit, zest and pine, and leaves a refreshingly dry finish.