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Archive for the day “January 16, 2012”

Minor Update

I am not intending to make the list disingenuous, but I’ve started doing single beer reviews on the nights Im tasting them and posting them later. This way the blog will get a ‘beer of the day’ feel even though Im not actually drinking a beer each day.

It also allows me to be a bit more thorough describing the beers as I get through them.

It won’t all be ‘beer of the day’ as I am planning on doing a couple of blogs about different brewery/brew pubs if I can get around to visiting them.

 

The 1 Off – A single beer review – Phillips Slipstream Cream Ale

Beer #22 Phillips Slipstream Cream Ale

This is an amber cream ale that goes down easy. Its a medium bodied beer, available year round from Phillips. While it isn’t my favorite offering of theirs I never say no to one. You get a mild smell and hint of the Malt flavour and smooth to no aftertaste. If I was to compare it to another beer I’d say its like a cross between a sleeman honey brown and their cream ale. Less of the honey tones, but similar flavours.

It is definitely a quaffing ale, as it can go down really easy, which would make it perfect for a summer day.

Without further adieu, I give you Beer #22 The Slipstream Cream Ale

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