Steam Whistle

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A name like that brings to mind a train driven by a steam engine, which is not incorrect about the background of this beer. There are a lot of really good Canadian beers. Steam Whistle is definitely one among them, a Pilsner.

Notes:  Bread, malt, hay and subtle hops. Lighter body than expected and a little salty near the finish. Very nice to drink and before you know it, you are down the third. Though Steam Whistle is nothing unique, it is better than most (all?)  local popular beers and some European imports in the same league.

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8 Responses to “Steam Whistle”

  1. Juggler Says:

    Coming to your blog after a long time. You do take alcohol pretty seriously :-). Pity I don’t drink beer. Why don’t you review some good Vodka for me?

    And am I glad you noticed my absence on Footloose on the Freeway! Here’s evidence that I’m alive and far far away from NH45 in a high class West Mambalam aka Sunnyvale, CA.

  2. Juggler Says:

    Oops! Previous comment was for Alan Smithee.

  3. Alan Smithee Says:

    What do you drink vodka with?

  4. Juggler Says:

    A guy! What else :-)

  5. Arun Says:

    You should write like this:

    Tropicana:

    A name like that brings to mind the warmth of the summer and the tropical climate, which is not incorrect about the background of this juice. There are a lot of really good Floridan orange juices. Tropicana is definitely one among them, a fine extract.

    Notes: Tangy, Sweet, pulpy and subtle hops. Lighter body than expected and a little sweet near the finish. Very nice to drink and before you know it, you are down the third. Though Tropicana is nothing unique, it is better than most (all?) local popular juices and some South american imports in the same league.
    :)

  6. I Says:

    Arun: adhu kaalele. naan solradhu evening le.

  7. Alan Smithee Says:

    kaalele is the best time to have whisky.. in verum vayiru.

  8. M Says:

    xxx

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