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Im a Moosehead Beer rep and the beer is very tasty and it rocks. Its better by the Keg. Hope we get the Moosehead dry and light out here in Alberta. Oh Ya send the pale ale too. See ya CHEERS
beer rep <>
Calgary, - Thursday, December 25, 1997 at 23:18:32 (PST)

It's great to see a CANADIAN beer site. The best summer beer is Sleeman's Crean Ale, winter beer must be Creemore Springs. Best day would be touring the Creemore Brewery site in the morning and playing golf at the Mad River Golf Club afterward.
Al Tromblay <>
Tottenham, Ont. Canada - Sunday, December 21, 1997 at 14:34:07 (PST)
Sorry to hear you can't get Kokanee at home!
I'm sipping (well maybe the odd guzzle) one
for you right now,,,,,Cheers

Laune Auten <>
Edmonton, Alberta Canada - Sunday, December 21, 1997 at 02:01:08 (PST)
What the $*&# is Sleemans? It sounds like I need
to try it out. If there is any way I can get
any in the states, someone please do me a
favor and tell me how to find it. Thanks!

Neil Iskra <>
Lansing, Michigan U.S.A. - Saturday, December 20, 1997 at 14:54:15 (PST)
molson beer or mooshead, by the keg, goes down real good with NASCAR__INDY RACING A
Dave <>
Columbus, Ohio USA - Saturday, December 20, 1997 at 00:12:01 (PST)
As a lifelong resident of Canada who recently moved to the USA, I have noticed 2 important beer-related facts:
1) Molson markets a brand called "Red Jack" here which I swear is Rickards Red
2) You can't buy Sleemans anywhere near here

Thank God I'll be back in Canada next week where I can get some Sleemans again!

Paul Devoy
NJ USA - Friday, December 19, 1997 at 11:31:16 (PST)
Very informative.
sylvia groos
- Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 13:24:24 (PST)
Beer page! Hmmm I like it! Give me a Keiths or Olands or Schooner any day.
Evan MacDonald <>
Mabou, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia Canada - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 07:44:02 (PST)
Love It
HAns hegge <hanshegge@hot>
warren, Michigan U S A - Thursday, December 18, 1997 at 07:20:34 (PST)
During the World Series, I had read that there was a Blue Marlin beer. Does anyone know if it really exists? And if so how I could get some?
WINTER SPRINGS, FLA US - Monday, December 15, 1997 at 18:30:26 (PST)
I was wondering if you could find me an address to the Moosehead Web Page? I would really appreciate it.
Jason Diederichs <>
Milwaukee, Wi U.S.A. - Wednesday, December 10, 1997 at 19:06:26 (PST)

Last night I had a Boréale Rousse from Les Brasseurs du Nord Microbrewery. If anyone knows how can I get this beer in the U.S., please let me know. It was excellent.

Kurt Manecke <>
Powell, Ohio USA - Monday, December 08, 1997 at 18:52:12 (PST)
Canadian beer is the best in the world. Don't change a thing.
Jeremy Marzilli <>
Strasburg, Ohio US - Sunday, December 07, 1997 at 13:18:40 (PST)
The smoothest beer to go down my throat is Sleemans....
The best are the Sleemans Cream Ale are Honey Brown...
Give it a try.. I'm sure you'll agree....

Michael <>
Toronto, ON Canada - Saturday, December 06, 1997 at 15:55:07 (PST)
CALGARY, ALBERTA CANADA - Thursday, December 04, 1997 at 22:06:21 (PST)
Kokanee is the best beer I ever wrapped my lips around. I can't buy it in Ky., but when I go to Ontario, the back end of my car comes home closer to the ground!!
Carl H. <>
- Wednesday, December 03, 1997 at 17:06:40 (PST)
Canadian collector seeks cdn. paperlabelled longneck beer bottles (pre-1964) for sale or trade to add to collection. Many traders available. E-mail with details. Registered member Canadian Brewerianist Association. Great page!
dave osbaldeston <>
Ottawa, Ont Canada - Tuesday, December 02, 1997 at 13:01:03 (PST)
very interesting!
Maggie47 <>
Courtice, Ontario Canada - Tuesday, December 02, 1997 at 09:33:32 (PST)
What is UP with all this cheerleading for Molson
and LaBatt? Are these companies paying ringers
to post messages? I only ask because it seems
so odd anyone could actually drink those products.

Seek out a beer store. Buy a bunch of world beers.
Get them to 55F and sample one or two every
night with some friends. If you still want to
drink Canadian industrial swill then apply at
the local hospital for a palate transplant.
If that fails, the re-double your consumption
of the stuff and good luck!

Hubert Smith <>
Selma, OR US - Monday, December 01, 1997 at 12:56:06 (PST)
Hey this web site is great...I think I'm the only person in Texas that enjoys good Canadian beer.
David Urquhart <>
Fort Worth , Texas, 76116 United States - Friday, November 28, 1997 at 12:49:45 (PST)
Alpine Lager is the best beer around
Marc Cormier <>
Bouctouche , New-Bbrunswick Canada - Friday, November 28, 1997 at 07:57:24 (PST)
Long live HERMINATOR!!!!!
B. Blake
Canada - Thursday, November 27, 1997 at 10:57:57 (PST)
Great Beers of the Past: Labatt's IPA of the 1960s. Alas it's no longer made and I've had to start making my own.
John Milne <>
Ottawa, ON Canada - Wednesday, November 26, 1997 at 08:07:20 (PST)
I love Schooner beer. It is the best tasting beer there is, bar none. I am sorry to Canadian drinkers or even drinkers of another brand, but Schooner is the cleanest, clearest, best tasting beer there is.
Jack McLaren <>
London, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, November 12, 1997 at 18:23:07 (PST)
Beer is proof God loves us and wants us to be happy!...Ben Franklin
You ain't had beer 'til you've had a Shiner-
Bock, Blonde or Kozmos Reserve.

Ben Peterson
San Antonio, Tx. USA - Thursday, November 06, 1997 at 01:31:10 (PST)
If you have a beer in one hand that's one thing.
If you have a woman in the other that's another thing.
If you have one of each, now that's living.

Tony Hermansen
Auburn, Washington UNITED STATES - Monday, November 03, 1997 at 19:09:52 (PST)
My roommate is a crack head but i love her eh?! Live long Old E! Scott Forrest rocks the house! #! UCalgary
Brookyn , Ny USA - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 20:37:47 (PST)
I have to say thank you to beer and all it's good times! Hey love all Canadians espeacially University of Calgary students! You all rock! But hey keep your hands off my man S. F. He is clearly taken by this Brooklyner! Love Beer!
Claire <>
Brooklyn, ny. usa - Sunday, November 02, 1997 at 20:35:21 (PST)
Water is the word, until you discover Guiness!... Ice Eventually your hand or your stop buying that watered down excuse for a brew, and stand up and be counted! Put some hair on your chest!.....Well not you....Ingrid!
Eh.....Nice Page.....Nice beer!
Next to Guiness...Try the Four X (Aussie)
Castlemans in Tas or Victoria Bitters , NSW
God Bless You-alllllll!
PS. For price best US deal $3.84 a dozen...
but then it's that watered down Milwalkees Best at Wal-mart.....and Your die-hard K=mart and they don't sell beer...
Too...Bad! See You at the beach....

G Gordon <>
Bradenton, Fl USA - Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 23:54:31 (PST)
Jack Mackey
- Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 12:41:45 (PST)
Don Leith <>
- Saturday, November 01, 1997 at 12:41:06 (PST)
Hey troops, if it ain't LABBATTS 50 it ain't worth drinkin.And i ain't even french.
Darcy <>
ont canada - Thursday, October 30, 1997 at 20:33:41 (PST)
KEITH'S all the way! Everyone in my residence
(Seminary House at Acadia) drinks Keith's. We
even started the Keith's Club. No other beer
even compares. (Except for my homebrew that
is ready to drink this weekend!)

Steve Stoddart <>
Barrington, Nova Scotia Canada - Tuesday, October 21, 1997 at 20:37:42 (PDT)
I only drink one kind of beer and that's Keith's. I wouldn't even care if it were 5 bucks a bottle. At least once a month I visit his grave (in Halifax). Sadly he outlived all of his five kids except for one. I wonder why? So for any visitors to the Maritimes, I ask you to take time for a Keith's, in honor of the late Alexander Keith's (those who like it, like it A LOT!)
David MacKinnon <>
Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada - Saturday, October 18, 1997 at 22:38:36 (PDT)
i love beer and hockey
Bart Pursel <none>
Bloomsburg, pennsylvania U.S. - Saturday, October 18, 1997 at 11:48:40 (PDT)
I would like to see if it is possible to order some regional specialty beers that are not available in the states.
Steve HIte <>
Marietta, GA USA - Saturday, October 18, 1997 at 07:02:35 (PDT)
All Canadians should take note that the best mass-produced beers in the country come from the Maritimes (and in some cases are only available there). I am referring to such beers as Alpine, Schooner, Keith's, and especially Moosehead Premium Dry and Pale Ale - my favourites. Die-hard maritime beer drinkers live by these brews!

ps: All Moosehead beers should be available nationwide!

Christopher Boyse <>
Fredericton, NB Canada - Friday, October 17, 1997 at 23:57:43 (PDT)
Labatt Blue is the best. No other beer comes close.
The bar I go to always runs out before the night is over.
Keep up the good brew. How can I get some more Blue

Nicole Guyer <>
Amherst, New York N.America - Thursday, October 16, 1997 at 11:39:15 (PDT)
Is there a store in Kalamazoo Michigan that
currently sells Labatt Ale?

Donald Cassel <530 Denway Circle #36>
Kalamazoo, Michigan - USA 49008 - Thursday, October 16, 1997 at 02:58:31 (PDT)
Being a sailor has enabled me to travel the world and sample many, many, many differet beers and ales. The best I've had has to be the home grown favorite "Alexander Keiths India Pale Ale", or as it likes to be called, "Keiths". After all its not only a beer, but also your maritime friend!
ed forrestall <>
halifax, nova scotia canada - Thursday, September 25, 1997 at 16:59:22 (PDT)

GLENCOE, ONTARIO CANADA - Thursday, September 25, 1997 at 09:42:36 (PDT)
Kokanee is a great beer which is offered widely over the Pacific Northwest. Im disappointed that it is not included on your page.
Alex <>
Coeur d Alene, Idaho USA - Wednesday, September 24, 1997 at 18:58:23 (PDT)
We would like to thank you for your donations
From your sales man,Your prodict is the Best.
We were wondering how much your umbrellas
would cost for six of them.We thank you for your
prodects.Srop in and injoy.Vice President
Marcel Pinette

Msa Horseshoe Club (Marcel Pinette <>
Abbotsford, BC Cadada - Monday, September 22, 1997 at 22:28:20 (PDT)
We would like to thank you for your donations
From your sales man,Your prodict is the Best.
We were wondering how much your umbrellas
would cost for six of them.We thank you for your
prodects.Srop in and injoy.Vice President
Marcel Pinette

Msa Horseshoe Club (Marcel Pinette <>
Abbotsford, BC Cadada - Monday, September 22, 1997 at 22:27:01 (PDT)
Beautiful!! Thank God for Keith's!!!
Tim Stackhouse <>
St. John, N.B. - Monday, September 22, 1997 at 09:46:12 (PDT)
Just a little note to say great home page!!!
Me and the crowd always celebrates with a nice cold Molson Canadian.
Would like to know where's the Kokanee in THE GRANITE PLANET? Cause I haven't found any in three years and I am getting a gurt thirst for the mountain brew.
Well bye all and here's lookin to you all downing a nice cold one on the weekend.

Debbie Ford <>
Bonavista, NEWFOUNDLAND Canada - Tuesday, September 16, 1997 at 10:15:18 (PDT)
The inventors of 'dry beer', Asahi of Japan,
has Molson in Vancouver brew their beer under
license and it's very tasty. Trader Joes
in Southern California sells it for $2.99 a
six pack and it's just GREAT. Nice web-page

Tony Oland <>
Alta Loma, CA USA - Monday, September 08, 1997 at 20:09:28 (PDT)
It's Time To Drink Beer! Rickards Red is
second to none!

Russell C. Zmijowskyj <>
Sudbury, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, September 03, 1997 at 15:52:08 (PDT)
- Wednesday, August 27, 1997 at 03:54:47 (PDT)
First, I would like everybody to keep in mind that all beer
is good but some are just a bit better than others, this beer
being Molson Canadian. Every Friday and Saturday morning/lunch/supper
me and the boys and of course the girls (hee hee hee) all throw
a big party in light of making it through another week of not drinking, went
we do this of course the beer as to be the one and only Molson Canadian lager.
It has an exceptional taste(especially after the first 8 or 9) and is in our opinion
the best beer on the market today and probable forever. In conclusion, I am sure that
if any Molson representatives were to see our stack of beer cases after a party they
would no doubt make us their Molson representatives for Newfoundland and I know we
would do a super job in completing our tasks to the fullest extent even if we had
to drink more of their fine product to do it, so if there are any Molson Canadian
corporate sponsors out there you may consider this mine and the boys (and girls)
resume for any job openings as mentioned and I would also like to say keep up
the good work and never let her run dry....thank you for your time and I may be
contacted at the e-mail address given.....yours truely Jason Bailey, Canadian lover...

Jason Bailey <>
Bonavista, Newfoundland Canada - Tuesday, August 26, 1997 at 15:07:46 (PDT)
How do I get Sleeman's Honey Brown in Cold Lake?
Jeff <>
Cold Lake, Alberta Canada - Saturday, August 23, 1997 at 17:41:15 (PDT)
I was just surfing for a good Keith's page. If anyone knows of one, let me know.

Marc Comeau <>
Clare, Nova Scotia Canada - Friday, August 22, 1997 at 08:16:28 (PDT)
unibroue is the best brewery in north america
tom flatley <>
Philadelphia, pa usa - Thursday, August 21, 1997 at 18:50:16 (PDT)
This site is awesome. I like beer. All beer!!
Norm <>
Crystal, MI USA - Sunday, August 10, 1997 at 19:00:03 (PDT)
Hi, I am a collector of bottle caps, and am very interested in yout information
however I would like to now where I can find canadian beers in the Netherlands.

gert van den Berg <>
Nymegen, Gelderland Netherlands - Tuesday, August 05, 1997 at 23:21:47 (PDT)
I'm a collector of beers (and I tast them all).
I've got about 20 different canadian beers.
It's great to find all kind off information on this side!!!

Harry Pinkster <>
groningen, groningen holland - Sunday, August 03, 1997 at 12:21:59 (PDT)
I like beer yum.
Me and the order of lumber jockeys vote for
Canterbury as the best "Eh!" beer.

Carlos, Jr. <>
mission, b.c. canada - Thursday, July 31, 1997 at 13:28:43 (PDT)
May all your Blues be Labatts!
Jason Lowe <>
Birch Hills, Saskatchewan Canada - Tuesday, July 29, 1997 at 12:18:23 (PDT)
Excellent resource page!
I'm currently exiled to New Brunswick, where
it's difficult to get any choice of beer,
Moosehead/Molson/Labatt pretty much control
the market, but you can occasionally find a
different one out there. Piccaroon's makes
a half-decent stout, and a good bitter, and
they're starting to ship Sleeman's out to
here. Here's to more interprovincial beer

Mike Hovi <>
Oromocto, New Brunswick - Sunday, July 27, 1997 at 07:09:10 (PDT)
I am going to be in Banff this week and I need to know what local beers to drink during my stay. Please E-mail to me all of your recommendations. Thanks.
Matt Granville <>
Millbrae, CA USA - Tuesday, July 15, 1997 at 09:02:54 (PDT)
I love Molson and Labatt! They are indeed the best tasing beer in the world!
Only I love all the Canadian beers! Is there is anyone like strong beer ? Hmmm?
Visit my homepage!!!

John P. Meusel <>
Stratford, Ontario Canada! - Monday, July 14, 1997 at 06:50:50 (PDT)
Ah, this is testimony to the true stem of Canadian patriotism, among other things of course. I'll list some good beers for y'all:
#1. Flannagen & Sons.
#2. Maudite (almost a champagne)
#3. Moosehead (of course)
#4. Traditional Ale, Big Rock
Ok, now you know...great page, long live Canuck beer eh?

Pauly <>
Edmonton, Alberta CANADA - Saturday, July 12, 1997 at 00:20:53 (PDT)
Although I believe Moosehead to be the best tasting beer on the face of the earth, it's kind of funny how I came to love it so much. I began to drink it because my favortie movie is MY BLOODY VALENTINE (anyone still remember that one?), and if everyone is always drinking Moosehead...and who says people are impressionable?!?! Check out My Bloody Valentine, it's dated, but a classic flick! My other fav Canadian beers are Kokanee, Molson Golden, and a microbrew from Winnipeg MB, I think it was called Fort Garry...if anyone from Winnipeg can help me out with the name, it would be much appreciated. Anyway, happy belated birthday to everyone up in Canada...not all Americans are pricks.
Matthew Swenson <>
Christine, ND USA - Thursday, July 03, 1997 at 14:11:37 (PDT)
Great resource!! I'll be Back!!!
Suzanne Chaput <>
St. John's, NFLD Canada - Thursday, July 03, 1997 at 10:55:48 (PDT)
Dominion Ale & Molson Export Rock
Jeff Newhook <>
Mt. Pearl, NF CA - Wednesday, July 02, 1997 at 11:09:49 (PDT)
I love beer!!!!!
James Fuchs <>
Regina, SK Canada - Tuesday, July 01, 1997 at 12:14:29 (PDT)
I love beer!!!
James Fuchs <>
Regina, SK Canada - Tuesday, July 01, 1997 at 12:10:07 (PDT)
Excellent site even for a non drinker. I
found it really interesting.

Mary MacLachlan <>
Quesnel, B.C. Canada - Monday, June 30, 1997 at 19:28:54 (PDT)
Puerto Habana Cerveza in now available in Winnipeg. A full line of cigars is also manufactured by the company. Limited edition breweriana is available for a limited time. Information will be sent by request on our e-mail.
CubaLibre Beer & Ale <>
Orlando, Florida USA - Sunday, June 29, 1997 at 18:00:09 (PDT)
Hi there!
This is greetings from Sweden. During my travel in April and May this year, when I travelled from San Diego to Seattle, I tried a whole lot of beers since beer is one of my hobbies. I came to the conclusion that Canadians makes the best beers "over there". Am I right? Anyhow, my favorite beer this time was the Ravens Roost Premium Beer from Kimberley, BC. What a swell beer, parfect in all senses! I will go back there just for the beer. Will someone send me their adress because I´d like to tell them what a nice beer they do!

Anders Bergström <>
Stockholm, Sweden - Monday, June 23, 1997 at 16:31:53 (PDT)
SCHOONER RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I love SCHOONER so much I even have a SCHOONER tattoo
SCHOONER RULES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Greg Arnold <>
Halifax, NS CANADA - Saturday, June 21, 1997 at 18:47:57 (PDT)
Great site.Creemores still best lager.
How many chemicals does Molsons and Labbatts
use to make their beer?

Olaf Lauck <>
Baden, Ontario - Sunday, June 15, 1997 at 18:45:12 (PDT)
Great site.Creemores still best lager.
How many chemicals does Molsons and Labbatts
use to make their beer?

Olaf Lauck <>
Baden, Ontario - Sunday, June 15, 1997 at 18:42:45 (PDT)
Great site!! I look forward to more info on the Toronto Beer Festival.
Frances Ellis <>
London, On Canada - Tuesday, June 10, 1997 at 23:18:00 (PDT)
Does anybody know how to get Kokanee in southern Califonia?
Bryan Howland <>
Glendale, Ca USA - Monday, June 09, 1997 at 17:16:37 (PDT)
While visiting all my relatives in La belle
province de Quebec I enjoyed a great Molson
beer. Molson's XXX with 7,3% alcohol rating!
With all of the Molson taste and none of the
Gold's slight bite I found it to be one of
the best (in my opinion) beers out so far!
Unfortunately I cannot get it here (or from
my understanding) anywhere in the States due
to it's high % of alcohol content? True or
not? If anyone out there gets a chance to try
it I highly recommend it. Bonjour a tout le
monde. Frenchy

Frenchy <>
Valdosta, GA U.S.A. - Saturday, June 07, 1997 at 08:21:39 (PDT)
We have a small neighborhood bar in Mattydale
(north of Syracuse). We drink AND sell a lot of
Labatt's and Molson products. Moosehead is a problem
Our distributor dropped the line, and none of the
others want to pick it up. Can anyone help?
We were moving a lot of Moose Ice, and now
must disapoint a lot of good customers.
Great page!!!

Jim Burns <>
Mattydale, NY USA - Friday, June 06, 1997 at 15:02:16 (PDT)
Its June 6 and I have checked 5 different Brewers Retail Stores and everyone is out of Sleemans Honey Brown....I can't even try it in a local bar....make it more available please....I love your Cream Ale!!
Michael Schwartz <>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Thursday, June 05, 1997 at 21:04:55 (PDT)
I'll come to taste the Canadian (special)beers this summer and maybe I'll visit the Toronto festival as well. By the way: excellent site!!
Frans Vink <>
Boskoop, Zuid-Holland Netherlands - Sunday, June 01, 1997 at 07:40:15 (PDT)
My prayers have been answered and my shorts are creamy. A website about Canadian beer. Bob and Doug must be proud.
Matt Granville <>
Millbrae, CA USA - Friday, May 30, 1997 at 17:41:43 (PDT)
The only two beers worth drinking and sharing are ALEXANDER KEITH'S and MOOSEHEAD!!
Beers of the USA ar too weak and crappy.

Rob Lawrence <>
Nepean, Ontario Canada - Thursday, May 29, 1997 at 17:32:57 (PDT)
I've never had Canadian beer before. Most
American beer is crap, except, of course, for
Leinenkugel's, brewed in my hometown of
Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Like I said, I've
never had Canadian beer before, but anything
coming from the same place as the World's
Greatest Rock Group, Rush, must be pretty
damn good.

The `Rod <>
Dudley, West Midlands United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - Wednesday, May 28, 1997 at 08:07:26 (PDT)
Great site! It's nice to see more and more people enjoying
real beer instead of that mass produced, chemically loaded
swill that the macro-breweries push onto the market.

Adam Cline <>
Manotick, Ontario Canada - Sunday, May 25, 1997 at 10:25:59 (PDT)
Carlsberg Hof is da number 1 beer!
O-dog <>
Hudiksvall, X Sweden - Friday, May 23, 1997 at 06:07:41 (PDT)
Great site.Looking forward to graphics of labels
Ann Fairman <>
Cowley, Alberta Canada - Sunday, May 18, 1997 at 12:33:22 (PDT)
I enjoy drinking Coor's Light.
Karen Aubertin <>
Espanola, Espanola Ontario - Wednesday, May 14, 1997 at 16:23:25 (PDT)
I heard that Kokanee beer is brewed somewhere in Ontario

Is this true?
It wouldn't surprise me! I realize that beer
sales depend alot on image.


Shaun Miles <>
Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada - Monday, May 12, 1997 at 18:18:20 (PDT)
Canadian beers get a bad rap in the states because of the lower alcohol content and the fact that many times the sit on store shelves for much too long.
Doug Taylor <>
vt usa - Monday, April 28, 1997 at 17:18:19 (PDT)
I enjoy any type of beer, even when my own
batch of beer does not turn out the way I
wanted it to.
Cool Beveridge Site @

T. Beveridge <>
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Canada - Wednesday, April 23, 1997 at 11:45:59 (PDT)
I like canadian beer very much.
mail me !!!!

crille <>
Sweden - Wednesday, April 23, 1997 at 05:51:24 (PDT)
What can I say, I like beer!!
EDMONTON, ALBERTA CANADA - Tuesday, April 22, 1997 at 10:26:16 (PDT)
In the states I always enjoyed drinking moosehead it's even good cold!
kirk monier <>
Ely, Cambs., England,UK - Friday, April 18, 1997 at 11:37:50 (PDT)
Great page and lots of interesting connections for beer items. CANADA KEEP ON BREWING!!!
Cory Hanson <>
Fort Worth, Texas USA - Monday, April 14, 1997 at 19:39:50 (PDT)
we are manufacturing malting plants
please visit our URRL

pluederhausen, Germany - Friday, April 11, 1997 at 00:18:54 (PDT)
I have been trying to locate where I can buy some fine La Maudite beer.My friend went to NY.NY,and brought some home for me to try.If anyone can help me I would be thank-ful. Thanks
Tony <>
East Meredith, NY USA - Wednesday, April 09, 1997 at 17:45:38 (PDT)
I Love Labatt Products: Anyone have any stats. on what impact the Microbreweries are having on Canadian Brewering Industry???
J.J.Bennett <>
St. John's , NF. Canada - Wednesday, April 09, 1997 at 13:16:58 (PDT)
I love Labatt Light beer. What kind of an impact are the Microbreweries having on the industry. Go Blue

J.J.Bennett <>
St. John's, NF. Canada - Wednesday, April 09, 1997 at 13:13:04 (PDT)
o.e. 800 is not canadian. this is a canadian beer page. i had a really good german beer last night,but that doesn't matter, this is a canadian beer page.
i forget
parts unknown, parts unknown unknown - Monday, April 07, 1997 at 20:21:19 (PDT)
David M. Becker <>
Holt, Mi USA - Wednesday, April 02, 1997 at 19:27:11 (PST)
40 oz O.E's rule.(Olde English) This is the hottest beer for the teen market. The local beer + wines have a hard time keeping them in stock! You can't go wrong for 40 oz 7% beer for only $5. Molson ice is pretty good too!
Amar Parmar <>
nanaimo, B.C Canada - Wednesday, April 02, 1997 at 18:32:25 (PST)
Nice site. I, being only 19, love to endulge myself with 40 ounces of O.E's (Olde English) the best and one of the strongest tasting beer for its price. I love Molson too. Also, nothing looks cooler than a 40 oz O.E in your hand!!!!!!!!!
Amar <>
Vancouver Island, B.C Canada - Wednesday, April 02, 1997 at 18:19:08 (PST)
I'm very happy to have stumbled onto the Canadian Beer Index...the best collection of information on Brewpub and Micro-breweries...but I'm somewhat aghast at a few of the comments in the guest book. If you think Molson's is a great beer you haven't been using the website properly! There's a world of beer out there, ween thyself of mass market swill and discover real ale!!!
Fezz <>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Saturday, March 29, 1997 at 13:37:33 (PST)
Warren James <>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Friday, March 28, 1997 at 10:55:35 (PST)
Just made a trip to Vancouver - visited Sailor Hager's; Steamworksnd Yaletown Brew Pubs - great experience. Also heard that the Micro's at Horsehead Bay and on Bowen Island are moving their operations into the Vancouver area. Can anyone confirm or deny?
colin m harding <>
Reston, Virginia USA - Wednesday, March 26, 1997 at 14:25:30 (PST)
Molson Canadian Beer is the only beer worth tasting.
Canada is good for something, it has got a wicked taste.

Chloe Smith <>
Ontario Canada - Wednesday, March 26, 1997 at 14:05:04 (PST)
Hey I'm pretty new to this net stuff but I'm glad I found your page. I brew my own beer but when I don't it's Labatt Blue for me. Great page
George Brown <>
Brandon, Manitoba Canada - Tuesday, March 25, 1997 at 13:07:04 (PST)
SPRINGFIELD, USA - Monday, March 24, 1997 at 18:31:23 (PST)
SPRINGFIELD, UNKNOWN TO THIS DATE USA - Monday, March 24, 1997 at 18:24:12 (PST)
Sleemans Cream Ale
Need we say more.

Ron Awde <>
Bethany, Ontario Canada - Monday, March 24, 1997 at 18:18:55 (PST)
Great page. I collect beer bottles and cans. Anyone interested in trading give me a shout and I'll send you my list of traders. I need lots from Ont. east.

Greg Dawson <>
Estevan, Sask. - Sunday, March 23, 1997 at 08:52:35 (PST)
Creemore Springs Lager is the best beer in the world.
Chris Storey <>
Cavan, Ont. Can. - Sunday, March 23, 1997 at 02:04:55 (PST)
In our navy vets club, the Corvette Club, we serve Big Rock on tap.This is about as close to wartime beers as one can get now because all of the big brewries make their beer to be drunk one week after brewing which is impossable to make for a legitimate brew. That stuff will go skunky in about three months. My own beer I have kept for ten years and still pottable. Most small new brewies should have beer made naturally without additives.
J Harold Hutchinson <hhutch@>
Calgary, Ab. Canada - Thursday, March 20, 1997 at 19:46:23 (PST)
This is a great page.I realy enjoy Canadian Beers(Moosehead,Molson,etc) and would like to brew similar beer at home. Thank you for the database full of tips and contacts.
William M Gage Jr <WGAGE21553@AOL.Com>
Warwick, Rhode Island U.S.A - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 at 16:28:57 (PST)
I love Molson. I recently was in Toronto and wanted to take a tour of the Molson brewery but no one knew anything. Can someone help me out.
Daniel Hoffman
Monroe, MI USA - Wednesday, March 19, 1997 at 14:51:39 (PST)
Moosehead is great beer . I drink it often. all canadian beer is good but the Moose is one of the best.
Paul Gauthier <>
linwood, mass USA - Tuesday, March 18, 1997 at 18:22:59 (PST)
does anyone out there like moosehead? please reply...
antioch, ca - Monday, March 17, 1997 at 20:46:47 (PST)
It's Monday night, the homework's not done, and all that beer is on my mind. Great site to distract me from doing the damned homework.
Stu Waller <>
Simcoe, ON CANADA - Monday, March 17, 1997 at 20:30:12 (PST)
Very good and interesting sight you Canucks have. Thank you from the Rhode Islander's who love good Canadinan beer.
Jeffrey J. Scott <jsco 1380>
richmond, rhode island usa #1 - Monday, March 17, 1997 at 18:08:07 (PST)
Great Web Site,I also enjoyed drinking Molson Special Dry.
Keep up the good work.

andyb <>
whitby, ON Canada - Sunday, March 16, 1997 at 13:41:20 (PST)

FEDERAL WAY, WA U.S.A. - Sunday, March 16, 1997 at 09:09:56 (PST)

FEDERAL WAY, WA U.S.A. - Sunday, March 16, 1997 at 09:00:01 (PST)
Nice web pages. Sleeman beer is coming to Wa. in about 8 months or so. It is very very good.
Dale F. Sleeman <>
Renton, Wa USA - Saturday, March 15, 1997 at 17:25:05 (PST)
it's friday and molson golden is on my mind!
memphis, tn us - Friday, March 14, 1997 at 13:28:57 (PST)
HI !!! :-)

Congratulation for this web site
I'am a french collector of beermats
I can exchange duplicates of french coasters
and of all the countries of the world,
Thank you
30 rue croix des liondards
63110 Beaumont

POLLET Gerard <>
BEAUMONT, 63110 FRANCE - Thursday, March 13, 1997 at 12:21:01 (PST)

ST-HUBERT, QUEBEC QUEBEC - Wednesday, March 12, 1997 at 18:08:20 (PST)

ST-HUBERT, QUÉBEC CANA...... - Wednesday, March 12, 1997 at 17:58:26 (PST)
Flanagan and sons rules.
Pale Tommy should be leeched into
the water supply.

james stuart <>
edmonton, alberta CANADA - Wednesday, March 12, 1997 at 11:24:43 (PST)
I was born and raised in Buffalo, NY. I grew
up drinking Molson, but I have a hard time
getting canadian where I now live. Can anyone
help me?

Excellent site!!!! I shall return.

Mike Obrochta <>
wilmington, nc USA!!!!!! - Tuesday, March 11, 1997 at 22:37:19 (PST)
Hey,,, Molsen Canadian rivals over
any US beer......Awesome site, thanks

Ken <>
Park Ridge, NJ US - Monday, March 10, 1997 at 00:21:18 (PST)
Cool page,I am new at brewing my own and have seen here some great info that could help me improve
my beer!!

Dave K <>
Guelph, Ont. Canada - Sunday, March 09, 1997 at 08:57:57 (PST)
love canadian beer .I am a homebrewer and would like some northern recipes.

dave kissinger <>
atlantic city, n.j. usa - Saturday, March 08, 1997 at 22:59:42 (PST)
Great site. Really interesting. When in
Halifax, visit my favorite holes - The Granite
Brewery and the Maxwell's Plum. If you are
a home brewer, contact me if you like.

Ray Pierce <>
Halifax, NS Canada - Friday, March 07, 1997 at 18:07:14 (PST)
This is the place to go if your Canadian and you
like your beer... wait that's every Canadian I know!
When in Ottawa, you have to try Finnigan's Irish Red by
Hart Breweries- it's excellent! Right now I'm sipping on a
Sleemans Premium Light.

Brad Stanton <>
Ottawa, Ont Canada - Thursday, March 06, 1997 at 22:08:01 (PST)
You have a cool site here man. I wish I would
have found it sooner.

D. Manaigre <dmanaigre>
Rexton, New Brunswick Canada - Tuesday, March 04, 1997 at 08:03:45 (PST)
I like this page and will visit often. sucking on a Molson Ice right now. Wish I had a Molson XXX but can't buy it here in the States. Would like to know more about Dragons Breathe Pale Ale, is it for sale in the States. Brews to yooz.
Paul Gauthier <>
Linwood, Ma. USA - Monday, March 03, 1997 at 16:58:43 (PST)
Love to drink Labatt's Extra Dry, in fact
having one right now.

Claudette Banfield <>
Burin, Nf Canada - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 19:39:20 (PST)
Love the Dominon Ale, from Molson Breweries
born and raised in Newfoundland.

David Crocker
Burin, NF Canada - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 19:37:36 (PST)
Taps in Edmonton Is the best!!
Great wings and ribs, Try the Blackbeard Ale.
We are regulars there and it is the best
place in Edmonton.

Rod Duggan <>
Edmonton, Alberta Canada - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 19:21:05 (PST)
Great Web Site! How I love Canadian beer, most epecially Molson Special Dry. I would be enjoying the cool, crisp taste right now if I were not at work.
I also visited Swans+Spinikers whilst in Victoria. A smashing pub in a great city.
That's not forgetting all the fine ale houses in Calgary NW.
Hope to get back soon.

Daniel McGrath <>
Coleraine, N.Ireland UK - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 15:15:48 (PST)
We love your beer out here, my dad daryl
drives your beer all over the kootenays
for signature distribution. We at the
university out here think the amber ale is
the best and that there might be a market
out here. Work on this please. We need
B.C. beer out here the Saskatchewan beer
is like making love in a canoe, its fu&#ing
close to water.

Greg mcNeill <>
Saskatoon, sask canada - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 15:03:01 (PST)
I make my beer
Benny Nielsen <>
Picture Butte, Alberta Canada - Saturday, February 22, 1997 at 14:20:54 (PST)
Just found this site, it looks great. For those Home Brewers in Thunder Bay, was the home Brewers Club in existence during the years of 1989-1994.
If it was, why didn't the people at Narwhal stamp & coin tell me about the club??? I've been brewing at home since 1983, seriously since 1989.

Chris Booth <>
Toronto, Ont. - Sunday, February 16, 1997 at 19:28:10 (PST)
Excellent! I enjoy your site very much. Please keep up
the good work! I am a homebrewer of 7 years experience
and I enjoy a page devoted to my favorite hobby, beermaking!
Chris Hudetz

Chris Hudetz <>
Portland, OR USA - Sunday, February 16, 1997 at 19:03:52 (PST)
Wonderful site!!
Wish that I were there drinking REAL beer.
Oh well, I'll suffer here in Steamboat until I get back to Canada, eh?

Bill Schurman
Steamboat Springs,Co.

Bill Schurman <>
Steamboat Springs, Co. usa - Thursday, February 13, 1997 at 17:44:12 (PST)
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON UNITED STATES - Wednesday, February 12, 1997 at 12:19:07 (PST)
i'm the beer king, i can drink anything!!!!!, but budweiser.
kimo sabe
carlisle, ia usa - Tuesday, February 11, 1997 at 16:43:00 (PST)

i's ain't neva has no ber frum canda bafo. alls we's eva dranks in greenbo,al is hurricane and king cobra and schlits malt licka

quinitra washington <wshgtn/>
greenbo, alabama usa - Tuesday, February 11, 1997 at 16:06:28 (PST)
very informative web site

sabine Hajje <>
toronto, ontario canada - Monday, February 10, 1997 at 17:47:42 (PST)
my daughter and I were surfin with a canadian ice. found your site. took a doz. to read your guestbook!! molson rules!!
ken and shannon marshall <>
surrey, b.c. canada - Sunday, February 09, 1997 at 17:17:55 (PST)
just looking right now,i will send comment later
joseph roy <>
burlington, ontario canada - Sunday, February 09, 1997 at 10:00:51 (PST)

VANCOUVER, B.C. CANADA - Sunday, February 09, 1997 at 02:01:38 (PST)
Very interesting site, i'm impressed.Suprised
not to see more Newfs here.

Wes <>
Lab.City, Nfld. Canada - Wednesday, February 05, 1997 at 22:51:40 (PST)
''an honest brew makes its own friends''
cheers to the queen!!

greg short <gr/>
garden city, michigan usa - Tuesday, January 28, 1997 at 15:24:43 (PST)
this web-site kicks f###in a##. f### an A, i
f###in love it.

beagle <>
memphis, tennessee united states - Monday, January 27, 1997 at 21:01:35 (PST)
Most excellent web site eh. The Best Ale in Ontario is Dragons Breathe Pale Ale brewed by the Kingston Brewing Co.
Bob West (Quinte Brew Masters) <>
Trenton, Ontario Canada - Monday, January 27, 1997 at 19:39:42 (PST)
Just dropped by to check out the entries in your guest book.
It looks great from a first time homebrewers point of view.
Will drop back sometime soon.

Brian Simpson <>
Charlottetown, P.E.I. Canada - Monday, January 27, 1997 at 18:53:24 (PST)
Creemore Springs Lager is by far the best beer I have ever tasted. I'm going to visit their brewery this summer. Cheers!
Chris Storey <>
Cavan, Ont. Canada - Monday, January 27, 1997 at 10:54:27 (PST)
Finally! A web-site that is of real use!
Now this is something that makes the 'net of
real value!!!

Bob Tremonti <>
North Vancouver, BC Canada - Friday, January 24, 1997 at 23:17:11 (PST)
Have been here in North York for 10 months and
have enjoyed lots of Canadian beer. Not all
the beer in the States is bad. There are
lots of micros with very good beer. My
favorites are Upper Canada Lager and
Growlers brews, both in Toronto.

Ron R. <>
Overland Park, Kansas USA - Wednesday, January 22, 1997 at 18:55:09 (PST)
Great source of information on Canadian beers for anyone who loves the world of beer as I do.
Brian Guerriero <>
ST. Catharines, Ontario Canada - Monday, January 20, 1997 at 15:12:56 (PST)
burp.. ;]

dusty <>
goffstown, n.h. usa - Saturday, January 18, 1997 at 22:40:40 (PST)
Enjoyed your website! This is the closest I can get to REAL Canadian beer till I return to Ontario this Spring.
Bob Richardson <>
Akron, Ohio USA - Sunday, January 12, 1997 at 16:52:04 (PST)
Man this page rocks! I can't stop surfin'. I'm outta control.
Upper Canada is awesome.

Carl Wilson
Belleville, ON - Saturday, January 11, 1997 at 13:26:45 (PST)
As a first time visitor I must say this is the most interesting site to look through.
Leanne Carkener <>
Thompson, Manitoba Canada - Monday, January 06, 1997 at 18:09:20 (PST)
Great Page! I have worked in the brewing
industry for many years for large and small
companies in 5 countries. Anybody got any
questions or comments about beer, please e mail.
I look forward to many "refreshing" discussions.

Dave <>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Sunday, January 05, 1997 at 14:12:26 (PST)

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