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1998 Guestbook Entries

Labatt's Blue is the worst beer there ever was. It might as well be american! Now if there was a Labatt's green, I would smoke it right away!! You bitches from the U.S. can't handle the heat of inhaling 15 or 16 Canadian beers, smoke a fatty, and then win a hockey game!!! You proved that in the last Olympics. Well, I guess I have been a little patriotic (I wonder where I picked that up (U.S.)) Us Canadians will sit back and watch you guys burn ( more American bullshit.) We Canadians will just sit back and enjoy a nice Molson Canadian and plot to beat your over populated country in hockey and we will like always.
Vic Vagabon <>
Bramalea, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 05:02:58 (PST)

Labatt's Blue is the worst beer there ever was. It might as well be american! Now if there was a Labatt's green, I would smoke it right away!! You bitches from the U.S. can't handle the heat of inhaling 15 or 16 Canadian beers, smoke a fatty, and then win a hockey game!!! You proved that in the last Olympics. Well, I guess I have been a little patriotic (I wonder where I picked that up (U.S.)) Us Canadians will sit back and watch you guys burn ( more American bullshit.) We Canadians will just sit back and enjoy a nice Molson Canadian and plot to beat your over populated country in hockey and we will like always.
Rob Rugelis <>
Bramalea, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 05:01:20 (PST)
Canadian Ice rules Blue sucks almost as bad as Laurentide
Darryl Tuck <>
Oro Station, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, December 23, 1998 at 04:36:35 (PST)
Wow! What a great website! I had no idea this kind of quality site dedicated to the nectar of the gods was out there! keep up the good work, I'll be lifting a glass of Creemore Springs Premium Lager as a toast to you!
Bob Gierling <>
Stratford, ON Canada - Tuesday, December 22, 1998 at 13:04:37 (PST)
I enjoyed my visit in your website. I had no idea that there were so many different Canadian beers.
Susan Fischer <>
Aurora, Ontario Canada - Friday, December 18, 1998 at 07:23:50 (PST)
I enjoyed my visit in your website. I had no idea that there were so many different Canadian beers.
Susan Fischer <>
Aurora, Ontario Canada - Friday, December 18, 1998 at 07:23:44 (PST)
Horray!! MARITIME BEER CO. in Halifax for bringing us FROSTED FROG. if you haven't tried it you must!! look for it FROSTED FROG : FROSTED FROG :
juanita paige
louisbourg, nova scotia canada - Thursday, December 17, 1998 at 09:01:52 (PST)
Es gibt kein bier auf Hawai, so fahre ich nicht nach Hawai une bleibe ich hier
duff <>
mtl, que canada - Wednesday, December 16, 1998 at 21:25:47 (PST)
Add another name to the Alexander Keith's fan club. The thought is making me thirsty and longing to return to Nova Scotia.
Jeff Flowers <>
Plano, Texas - Sunday, December 13, 1998 at 21:12:53 (PST)
Home brew is the shit that gives you the
best drunk (if you know how to make it) People
who like to get drunk without having to spend
alot of money invest into home brew. That's
where it's at. Labatt blue is my beer. My
motto "sippin' on booze, in the house of blues"

Chris Garety <>
Cole Harbour, N.S. Canada - Wednesday, December 09, 1998 at 11:08:59 (PST)
Riverview, N.B. Canada - Tuesday, December 08, 1998 at 20:29:18 (PST)
B.C beers are the best! Always have been, always will be!
Erika Schutz <>
canada - Monday, December 07, 1998 at 10:42:32 (PST)
good site, i am interested in getting started in home brews. someone give me some info please email me
don <>
alcona, ont canada - Monday, November 30, 1998 at 18:26:48 (PST)
Good day from Russia! My name GEORGE KHOBOTJEV. I have 37 years old. I have too
wife Helen, daughter Kate 11 years ols and mom. We live in Moscow, capital of Russia. I
like beer too.I shall be glad if in result of our correspondence you will learn a lot of new
about culture of Russia, about a her history and about modern events.
Unfortunately, now Russia experiences very difficult times, and with meal in our country it
is now very bad. After falls of rouble in 3-4 times many products have disappeared from shops and
to buy food now much more difficultly than earlier. Therefore I shall be grateful for your any help.
That will help us to go through difficult winter, and not only us, but also our new second child,
which birth in December. Each day we shall struggle for life. Thank you!
My e-mail:

George Khobotjev <>
Moscow, Russia - Sunday, November 29, 1998 at 06:10:08 (PST)
If you can't be at one with the Earth, at least be at one with your beer!
chris cowper <>
Winnipeg, on ca - Wednesday, November 18, 1998 at 22:22:58 (PST)
I like beer on a cold winter's night or a hot summer day.
Ross <>
Bulyea, Sk Canada - Wednesday, November 18, 1998 at 14:10:29 (PST)
you are my best friend...i wake up to you every morning and i go to sleep with you every night...thanx alot
chris allen <>
bayfield, n.b. canada - Monday, November 16, 1998 at 12:35:12 (PST)
you are my best friend...i wake up to you every morning and i go to sleep with you every night...thanx alot
chris <allen>
bayfield, n.b. canada - Monday, November 16, 1998 at 12:33:05 (PST)
Nice I've worked at 2 of them
Kevin Bueckert <>
Regina, Sask Canada - Monday, November 16, 1998 at 03:25:40 (PST)
Browsed your site for 10 minutes , now I'm thirsty , I believe I'll have an Oland's Export Ale, on of the finest in the the Province.
Mike Nicholl <>
Halifax, Nova scotia Canada - Friday, November 13, 1998 at 07:21:11 (PST)
I was wondering where I could purchase
canadian micro brewed beer.

rob morrow <>
plano , texas usa - Thursday, November 12, 1998 at 17:00:02 (PST)
Is there a "Alexander Keiths" web site out there? If so, let me know... soon.
Jason <>
Saint John, NB - Monday, November 09, 1998 at 16:14:52 (PST)

give me a keiths and i am happy

raimo laamanen <>
toronto, ontario canada - Saturday, November 07, 1998 at 15:40:15 (PST)
KEITHS and finally we can get it here in
the west oh happy day.I think I am there
west coast spokes person. My brother-in-law
also makes a good beer here.

Liz <>
Powell River, B.C. Canada - Saturday, October 31, 1998 at 22:20:05 (PST)
Beer is the best thing since I really don't
but people should drink it. A beer a day is
good ya know. American beer taste horrible
like some funky piss. CANADIAN beer is where
it's at cause that's the way it is. Drink
Alexander Keith's he's the man. Also Alpine
pretty well all canadian beer is good cause
we know how to make it.

Jason Snow <>
Halifax, N.S. Canada - Friday, October 30, 1998 at 17:53:20 (PST)
Anthony <>
Squamton, BC CANADA - Tuesday, October 27, 1998 at 14:59:59 (PST)
Great web page,as an ex-canuck Ican say that the only thing I miss from that Commie rathole is the beer, they need it
USA - Tuesday, October 27, 1998 at 09:49:24 (PST)
Hi! My name is Lilianne MacDougall I am the program director for a local registered charity named Streetwise. We have designed and implemented a teen drop in center for our street kids. The focus is to get the kids back into the family home as smoothly as possible. There are approximately 150 reported cases in Kitchener/Waterloo, I am requesting your help in keeping our drop in center open, financial donation, clothing,and time and energy will ensure to get our kids home. This is a problem which society must begin to face. If you can help us please email me asap. We believe that if we have helped one child we have helped several generations. The bitter cold of winter is upon us we must combat this problem so streetkids no longer have to brave the cold winter nights on the street.
Lilianne MacDougall <>
Kitchener, Ontario Canada - Thursday, October 22, 1998 at 17:35:53 (PDT)
Bud is my favorite beer
Rayna Lanthier <>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, October 21, 1998 at 13:37:51 (PDT)
I recently was on vacation at beautiful Kashe Lake, Muskoka, Ontario. While I was there I had the odd Muskoka Cream Ale, STUNNING beer, leaves most NZ beers for dead. Those of you in Muskoka, Enjoy! (it's a crime we can't get it here).
Peter Bulley
Auckland, New Zealand - Friday, October 16, 1998 at 00:55:17 (PDT)
This is just to say that we drank lots of excellend beer on our holiday this summer. My favourites were Amsterdam Brewery's Highland Red and Wheat Beer, and L'Inox's Spiced Beer. We visited both several times.
Roland Allen <>
Little Chalfont, Bucks England - Saturday, October 10, 1998 at 05:12:50 (PDT)
Originally from Nova Scotia and a Schooner lover. We get Schooner here now but it just doesn't have the unique taste that an original one from the east coast does. Hail to Schooner - also known as the "Velvet Hammer".
Pam Wright <>
Sarnia, Ontario Canada - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 20:43:25 (PDT)
hmmmmm, beeeeer. This is one of the largest guestbooks I've encountered...
Go figure.

Steve Reid <>
London, ON Canada - Friday, October 09, 1998 at 15:27:35 (PDT)
Great Page!! I LOVE Canadian Beer - but does anyone know if I can get my hands on a couple of bouteilles of "La Fin du Monde" in this country (Australia)?
Jen Stewart <>
Sydney, NSW Australia - Thursday, October 08, 1998 at 16:09:29 (PDT)
In 1820 young Alexander went to Halifax to learn the fine art of beer making from his uncle, he learned to make it slowly, carefully, taking the time to get it right. and those who liked it, liked it a lot....
Now, some 178 years later, those who like it... STILL like it a lot. Alexander Keiths, Indian Pale Ale!!!!

Ernie Smith <>
Edmonton, Alberta Canada - Wednesday, October 07, 1998 at 16:36:16 (PDT)
Just reading the guest book and having a good Smoked Porter that I built a bit ago.
Jody Barton <>
anchorage, alaska Alaska - Tuesday, October 06, 1998 at 20:44:57 (PDT)
OLDS, ALTA CANADA - Tuesday, October 06, 1998 at 12:41:10 (PDT)
La ALPINE est la meilleur bière de tout les temps PARLE MOI CA ALPINE!!!!!!! ALPINE ALL THE TIME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jean-René Paulin <>
Saumarez, Nouveau-Brunswick Canada - Monday, October 05, 1998 at 21:50:18 (PDT)
Great Page!
Jerry Scott <>
Pekin, Illinois USA - Sunday, October 04, 1998 at 20:37:00 (PDT)
Hi there,
good work, really. I would like to ask if there is somebody in Your country who would like to change some beer things like cans, coasters, labels, bottles, glasses and so on from the Czech Republic. I would like to get some beer glasses from Canada.
if interesting mail

Milan STAREC <>
Prague, Czech Republic - Friday, October 02, 1998 at 03:25:34 (PDT)
I Love Beer!

Ryan Marchand
- Thursday, October 01, 1998 at 18:08:54 (PDT)
ON CANADA - Sunday, September 20, 1998 at 17:05:55 (PDT)
Finally an atlas for the truly incredible map of
great Canadian breweries.
Only NUMBER TWO in the world for quantity consumed per
capita behind Germany but NUMBER ONE in the world for heart
and quality!!!

mj"mad" <ryan>
calgary, winnipeg, sudbury, dartmouth, AB,MB,ONT,NS CANADA!!!! - Saturday, September 19, 1998 at 17:08:45 (PDT)
There is nothing more enjoyable than coming home from a hard days work
and cracking open a COLD COLD bottle of Sleemans Cream....It certainly
satisfies the palette, and well worth the $$...Thank you Sleemans for
keeping this beer drinker totally satisfied over the years!!!

Corey Rattray <>
ON Canada - Thursday, September 17, 1998 at 08:36:20 (PDT)
You haven't tasted a good bear until you can see the bottom of an empty ALEXANDER KEITHS!!! Those who like it, like it a lot!!
Mike Fields <>
Brookfield, Nova Scotia Canada - Thursday, September 10, 1998 at 12:34:39 (PDT)
Thanks to the amazing Canadian Brews and my love for them I had to leave University, my liver couldn't take it anymore. Now I'm in a college, nothings changed. Thank the beer gods for liver transplants:)
Craig <>
Calgary, AB Canada - Wednesday, September 09, 1998 at 12:30:17 (PDT)
I have read through this page,,and really enjoyed,
now just for someone to help me.
If anyone can help me,,please write me,,K?
thanks to all...

Della Lovett <>
Hinton, Alberta Canada - Wednesday, August 26, 1998 at 21:21:15 (PDT)
Love a cold bottle of Moosehead "Green"! Oh how many times have I been taken to Lala land with a bottle of Moosehead. Canadian Beer is worth more than the Canadian dollar... Lets do all our trading in Beer! Burp! This is Canada Eh?
Jason Gaudet <>
Saint John, New Brunswick Canada - Tuesday, August 25, 1998 at 10:41:33 (PDT)
Well, I am a beer drinker from way back. Missed my Canadian beer
when I first moved to England. Now it is appreciated worldwide. I am putting
a link to your site on my new All Canadian site called: which will be launched
August 28th, 1998 (I hope). Not just a site to meet single Canadians, but also information on what Canada has to offer besides great people.
Greet Beer comes to mind... drop by and see me. I am a designated driver most of the time, but do enjoy my beer at home and love to try the new ones out
Bye for
Brittany Luv

Brittany Luv <>
Windsor, Ontario Canada - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 12:37:51 (PDT)
Mmmmm... Good Beer is Canadian Beer, whether it comes from the West or the East. I've never had one of ours I couldn't stomach, for that matter, I've never had a beer from anywhere I couldn't stomach. For top notch beer though, keep to the craft companies: Picaroons in Fredericton, Halifax Beer Co., or Tapps in Saint John. Also, Sleemans and Upper Canada make wonderful Dark Beers. Cheers!
Eric Williams <>
Fredericton, NB Canada - Monday, August 24, 1998 at 09:07:03 (PDT)
Long live Keiths! I was born and raised in Dartmouth N.S. Is there any way I can get Keith's in Australia? Or just a website to start?
Neil Barry <>
Perth, Western Australia Australia - Thursday, August 20, 1998 at 10:47:38 (PDT)
I travel to the end of the world for La Fin Du Monde
Mike Sears <>
Wallingford, PA USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 10:58:06 (PDT)
Many people have been asking about Blue Marlin Beer and if it is or was real. YES. Blue Marlin is an old beer created in the 1800's by Arturo Castelo reintroduced in Aug/1997
Dennis Valdez <HabanaJoe@AOL>
Miami Springs, FL USA - Sunday, August 16, 1998 at 07:26:21 (PDT)
thanks for including our brewery, the Scotch Irish Brewing Co. in your micro-brewers listing.
Perry R. Mason <>
Kinburn, Ont Canada - Tuesday, August 11, 1998 at 13:19:40 (PDT)
So many beers so little time
Rick Tavegia <>
Urbandale, Iowa usa - Monday, August 10, 1998 at 14:55:28 (PDT)
Nice web page - I'll be back!
Steve Dakolios <>
Minnesota USA - Monday, August 10, 1998 at 07:33:45 (PDT)
On a recent motorcycle trip through Ontario I discovered "Rickard's Red" beer. Can someone tell me how to get this beer from Pittsburgh ,PA?
tom reed <>
west mifflin, PA USA - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 18:01:04 (PDT)
I heard that Molson bought "Black Label"...It's my favorite!
Does anybody know where I could purchase any "Black Label" paraphernalia?
Please let me know!! Thanks

Mike McAllister <>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Sunday, August 09, 1998 at 16:37:01 (PDT)
Since moving to Arizona, from Upstate NY. I
have been unable to find that wonderful Molsons
Ale. Do you know of someway I can order some
through the mail. thanks

Ann Willenbrink <>
Casa Grande, AZ. 85222 USA - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 16:08:27 (PDT)
Since moving to Arizona, from Upstate NY. I
have been unable to find that wonderful Molsons
Ale. Do you know of someway I can order some
through the mail. thanks

Ann Willenbrink <>
Casa Grande, AZ. 85222 USA - Thursday, August 06, 1998 at 16:07:04 (PDT)
I can't believe that there is no Alpine in the west
Mosehead would make a killing by selling the best bear
ever made out here.

Robert Wells <>
Estevan, saskatchewan canada - Monday, August 03, 1998 at 22:43:44 (PDT)
Thank You, Thank You. Without a doubt the best beer page on the web. Keep up the excellent work, especially the info. on Ontario Micro brews.
L. Monteiro <>
Toronto, ON CANADA - Sunday, August 02, 1998 at 18:34:09 (PDT)
My wife and I just got back from a great vacation in Quebec. The beer there was great!! I come home with an addiction to real beer! I can no longer drink American beer! Is there any way to get "MOLSON XXX" by mail? Please help we need another FIX!
Russ Cunningham <rkcircle>
Dauphin, PA USA - Sunday, August 02, 1998 at 07:41:38 (PDT)
Canadian beer is like a good woman, You can never
have to much!

Ben Jaklic <>
Kentville, NS Canada - Saturday, July 25, 1998 at 19:02:12 (PDT)
Just out looking for the site about beer across Canada club. Does anyone know the site address? Canadian beer rules, right out of the ice...
D.J. FitzPatrick <>
Conche, Newfoundland Canada - Monday, July 20, 1998 at 11:19:19 (PDT)
(Best if drinken in Cape Breton Island, NS)

Bob Marchand <>
New York City, NY US - Saturday, July 18, 1998 at 06:56:12 (PDT)
I visited Nova Scotia and was very pleased with the Canadian beer. I really enjoyed Alexander Keith's the most. I was told you could get it at any military base. I am now dissappointed to find that was not true. After several attempts to find this beer, I failed. I found out it was product tested in Maine. Please send it to Missouri where there are a quite a few beer drinkers.
ST.LOUIS, MO USA - Wednesday, July 15, 1998 at 20:47:36 (PDT)
Maritime Beer Only. Keith's Period, and sometimes Oland's Export Ale. I am having one now.
Doug Cameron <>
Ottawa - formerly from Cape Breton, ON Canada - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 19:42:46 (PDT)
When I visited Niagara Falls I drank a honey brown made by a company called "Algonquin Brewing Company." I enjoyed this beer and would like to contact the company. Has anyone else heard of it. Could you give me any information? Please e-mail me if you can, eh?

matt moninger <>
nineveh, PA USA - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 19:35:10 (PDT)
erection of malting plants
Pluderhausen, Germany - Monday, July 13, 1998 at 04:54:36 (PDT)
- Sunday, July 12, 1998 at 20:37:53 (PDT)
Great Site. Alexander Keith's rules!! I wish I were back in my homeland, Halifax!!!!
Adam Shore <>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, July 08, 1998 at 10:39:08 (PDT)
just surfing the net and found this
interesting stop

sharon Delaney <>
Potsdam, New York USA - Wednesday, July 08, 1998 at 08:42:26 (PDT)
I spent 8 months in Canada (Ottawa) for my studies and I have to realise a project about Canadian beers and this page help me. Thank you. Canada is a wonderful country and this country miss me.
ST ETIENNE, FRANCE - Friday, June 26, 1998 at 01:21:03 (PDT)
Northern Breweries Rule !!!
Canadian Beers Rule !!!
This is what makes Canada the best country in the world to live in !!! Lotsa lakes, lotsa space, and lotsa beeeeeer !!!

Big Al in SUDSbury,ON <>
Sudbury, ON Canada - Thursday, June 25, 1998 at 18:31:09 (PDT)
Canadian Beer From Microbreweries Is the best

American Beer Is Like Sex In A Canoe...
Both Are F--king Close To Water

Ian Postin <>
Belleville, ON Canada - Monday, June 22, 1998 at 14:25:08 (PDT)
I found your site helpful in locating the Sleeman brewery. I am interested in finding out where I can find their products in my area, if possible. If not, I would be interested in knowing whether or not shipping of their product is possible.
Dale R. Pugh <>
Columbus, Ohio USA - Friday, June 19, 1998 at 06:08:29 (PDT)
There's nothing that compares to a good
canadian beer, you'll never catch me drinking
that americain crap

brent gedak
edmonton, alberta Canada - Monday, June 15, 1998 at 15:45:51 (PDT)

- Saturday, June 13, 1998 at 14:18:44 (PDT)
hi my name is dan the man and i am coming to
great country in july so watch out!

daniel jordan
worcester, england - Friday, June 12, 1998 at 06:29:52 (PDT)
I was very please to consult your site
lacroix Jacques
Mtr, Québec Canada - Tuesday, June 02, 1998 at 08:25:30 (PDT)
Ahhhh B E E R whats it all about: Sleemans Honey Brown
on a lazy sunday afternoon. Waterloo Dark with the wings on a Saturday..
and maybe the occansional Rickards Red with friends. Thanks.

James Haddon <>
Toronto, ON Canada - Friday, May 29, 1998 at 19:56:35 (PDT)

MADCITY, CRAZYSTATE RASTA-LAND - Thursday, May 28, 1998 at 22:27:19 (PDT)
Canadian beer rules eh.......... I love canadian beer since I used to buy it with my fake US id I had when I lived in Alberta as a teenager. Anyone know any place that mail orders canadain beer....????
David May <>
Santa Monica, CA USA - Sunday, May 24, 1998 at 22:47:17 (PDT)
Since I went to Canada the first time I knew
there were two important things: Players
Light and Molson Canadian; What beer is all
It's to bad they don't sell both of them in
Holland. There definitely would be a markt
for it.

Gerard Koelemeij <>
Ursem, NH Holland - Tuesday, May 19, 1998 at 07:19:15 (PDT)
interesting site. lots of neet stuff
mike souliere <beerman_22@hotmail>
sault ste marie, ontario canada - Friday, May 08, 1998 at 13:51:07 (PDT)
Enjoyed your page very much, also book marked it eh! Guinness is my nectar of the gods! But I like trying differnet kinds from around the world.
Quasimodo <>
Waterdown, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, May 06, 1998 at 18:33:49 (PDT)
I drink beah. Hey you got beah?
Big Jak
Paris, Rue France - Wednesday, May 06, 1998 at 13:48:24 (PDT)
I an very interrested in beer, unfortunately
I don't think we have any canadian beer i sweden,
where I am from. But that dosen't make less interrested
in all kinds of beer. Well, I know that there is a
quite new canadian brewery estabished in orlando
in florida. I would be happy if any one know
the adress to their homepage. Thank you!

D Gustafsson <>
Stockholm, Stockholm Sweden - Tuesday, May 05, 1998 at 15:02:37 (PDT)
very interesting choice of beers
gio <>
quebec, qc canada - Sunday, May 03, 1998 at 23:38:13 (PDT)
I really enjoyed your homepage.
Beer is a beautiful thing. It's like a butterfly
inspiring you to fly. Oh beer. Where would I
be without you.
your secret admirer,
Errol Halkett.

Errol Halkett <EHalkett.$$$.com>
Brochet, Manitoba CAN - Thursday, April 30, 1998 at 08:19:40 (PDT)
Great website folks! I am doing a bit of research for a friend in Boston. He is interested in looking for work in B.C. and wants to know what the possibilities are for employment. He has tons of experience and has worked on both Harpoon Brewery and Watchcity Brewpub , both in the Boston area. Any info that you can give will be extremely helpfull. Thanks in advance. CHEERS!
Lindsey <>
- Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at 14:02:41 (PDT)
My favorite Canadian beer (and that's all I drink!) has to be Alexander Keith's India Pale Ale.
Every time I, or somebody I know goes to Canada, I ask for Keith's! It's the best.

Gary Muise <>
Wakefield, Massachusetts USA - Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at 10:20:32 (PDT)
I really enjoyed your homepage. That's
probably because I love beer. Keep it up.

Loretta Crane <>
Barrows, Manitoba Canada - Tuesday, April 28, 1998 at 07:49:48 (PDT)
I think this is a great web site
Ethan J. Pulleyblank <>
halifax, NS CANADA - Wednesday, April 22, 1998 at 12:21:20 (PDT)
cool website
Dawn Lehr <>
Oyen, Alberta canada - Tuesday, April 21, 1998 at 10:03:48 (PDT)
Since I've been on Guam,almost 10 years now,I've been able to enjoy Mooshead only once. Very hard to get here. Why?!!!
Roger Duffy <>
Yona, GU USA - Tuesday, April 21, 1998 at 05:15:48 (PDT)
I live in the United States and think American beer sucks. Thanks for giving us something worth drinking!
Mike Williams
- Friday, April 10, 1998 at 19:58:59 (PDT)
I am drunk. Send me some more beer.
Kent Nadler <I don't know>
Noth Burb, IL USA - Wednesday, April 08, 1998 at 10:42:47 (PDT)
Great page... if ever you're in one the beautiful
provinces of New Brunswick, or Nova Scotia
be sure to try Alpine beer, and Schooner Beer.

René Ouellette <>
Bathurst, New Brunswick Canada - Tuesday, April 07, 1998 at 12:24:53 (PDT)
After moving from the Nova Scotia to the west
coast, I found the beers a bitter (no pun intended)
disappointment. I was forced to live for days
on nothing but food and water (thanks Mr. Field).
It was in my darkest moment that I found a semi-drinkable,
non-trendy, down to earth beer. It's called TNT
and comes in a dynomite keg can. It's a darker beer,
but by no means a malt, and dirt cheap to boot. Try one,
and if you don't like it the can alone is worth seven bucks.

Tyson Haverkort
Vancouver, BC - Monday, April 06, 1998 at 14:31:06 (PDT)
Great Site! Greater Beer! Its a good time to be alive!
Stephen Benner <>
Port Colborne, Ontario Canada - Sunday, April 05, 1998 at 20:30:56 (PDT)
Great page! Will continue to visit. We own a small pub
in Ontario Between London & Toronto. We have 9 beers on tap. All
are micro brewed with the exception of Guiness.
Be Back Soon.

Karen Miles <>
Paris, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, April 01, 1998 at 22:03:28 (PST)
Man-o-man, what about the WILD WEST!?!
I speak up, lest we forget the joys of
the Wet Coast's cornocopia of glorious
beer... Shaftesbury, Tree, Granville Island,
Bowen Island, Whistler, Storm.
Try it now, before we seccede from Canada.

Michael-Owen Liston <>
Vancouver, B.C. CANADA - Monday, March 30, 1998 at 17:14:07 (PST)
I would like some more information on what the competition is like in the beer industry in relation to foreign competitors. I am doing a report on a brewery wishing to expand into Canada and would like to know the things I need to be aware relating to this industry.
Brenda Situma <>
Sheffield, South Yorkshire UK - Saturday, March 28, 1998 at 04:12:11 (PST)
I have to just laugh at some of these Yanks
who talk about downing 8 beers. Hell, they take
two Molson ice and they're wasted.

Canadian brew is simply outstanding, and we all
ought to be proud.

Great job on the web-site for those who wish to
learn about a great Canadian tradition -- drinking
beer while watching hockey.

Graham J. Taylor <>
Mesa, Arizona USA (CDN citizen) though - Wednesday, March 25, 1998 at 13:05:23 (PST)
i think that the quality of the canadian brewers beers are one of the best in the world example a molson dry or a molson export labatt blue great taste richard
richard scarpino <>
la tuque, quebec canada - Saturday, March 21, 1998 at 21:45:55 (PST)
Very cool site, got a lot of great ideas for my
own site. Keep up the good work!!!

Greg Farries <>
Lethbridge, Alberta Canada - Tuesday, March 17, 1998 at 22:23:43 (PST)
Love the site!! I never knew
there was so much beer in Canada!

Eliza 8)

Eliza Hoveland <>
Edmonton, AB Canada - Sunday, March 15, 1998 at 14:31:00 (PST)
I visited Canada - I found beer - did I find beer!!!!!! I also saw Leafs shut out those pathetic Habs 4-0 at Maple Leaf Gardens.... I swooned over Sleemans - I toured Upper Canada Brewery and tasted, many, many of their products. I received some real Canadian beer from Doug in Brampton who has devoted his life to furthering real beer, to taste back home and it is great.
Saw some Amercian amber coloured fluid that was described as beer - but left that to be drunk by the poor bastards who live in ClintonLand.

Beer in Canada? O Canada you know how to brew!!!!

Peter Moore <>
Nottingham, England - Sunday, March 15, 1998 at 11:45:39 (PST)
I just got back from beer hell! That's right!
I was in rural Japan for 2 years. If I wanted
to spend 5 bucks a bottle at an import store, I
could get some pretty good brew. If I went out
my choices were Heineken from a can (a sin to any beer)
or CORONA from a bottle. I'm soooo glad to be back
in the land of Sleeman's Honey Brown and Waterloo Dark!

Angie Levell <>
Brantford, Ontario CANADA - Tuesday, March 10, 1998 at 06:41:54 (PST)
Being a label collecter, it is always interesting to locate new sources to obtain labels. But, then again, A beer a day keeps the doctor away.
Ben Ellis <>
Tulsa, Ok USA - Monday, March 09, 1998 at 22:01:26 (PST)
Excellent layout of canadian beer noteables at my fingertips.
Wish i could taste the newest Molson selections.
A good enough reason to visit any province!

Andrew R. Green <>
Yuma, AZ USA - Monday, March 09, 1998 at 12:30:23 (PST)
I like to drink beer and dance around naked listening to the Stampeders singing "sweet-city women". If you like to drink beer come check out my website at
The Tentaclepus <>
moncton, alberta Chad - Sunday, March 08, 1998 at 18:02:45 (PST)
CAPE CORAL, FL USA - Wednesday, March 04, 1998 at 09:32:18 (PST)
Beer is Gods way of telling us he loves us and he wants us to be happy
Janis McInnis
N.S. Canada - Thursday, February 26, 1998 at 22:06:24 (PST)
Algonquin Honey Brown ON die for.
Moosehead...smooth, crisp, best enjoyed as a pitcher all to yourself.
Elora Ale...if you are going clean and sober, a good one to finish with.
Kokanee...what's all the hubub, bub? (6 for 6), American (but tastes Canadian)
Try this combo: Moosehead, hot wings and NTN. You'll thank me.

Via con Dios

Ryan Shea <>
Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, February 26, 1998 at 12:15:43 (PST)
So, Real Ale in Canada - I'll be there in Feb '98 to see some Real Hockey (we do not get any of that in England) - until then the Jury is out - I have tasted too much so-called beer from South of your Border....Your Yankee neighbours need many lessons in the art of brewing - is Canada up to this? - I'll report back later....

Peter Moore

Peter Moore
Nottingham, England - Saturday, February 21, 1998 at 14:30:00 (PST)
When ever I drink your Honey Brown I get pissed off a 12 and always end up getting in the sack with a beautiful MOTHER!
Ian Wetherell
Kitchener, Ont Canada - Monday, February 16, 1998 at 13:00:30 (PST)
As a Canadian I salute you-good work!
But I must say that it's truly beer heaven
here,near Amsterdam and one hour from Belgium
off to England soon,so much cask ale ,so little
time! groetjes uit nederland -Kevin

Kevin Grundy <>
Spierdijk, Noord Holland Netherlands - Saturday, February 14, 1998 at 13:08:26 (PST)
It a great time to be alive if you are a lover of fine ales and lagers!
Martin Aak <>
Toronto, ON Canada - Thursday, February 12, 1998 at 07:59:15 (PST)
I enjoy visiting your site. I visit Calgary often and I use this site as a guide for good beer.
Dave Abbott <>
Lubbock, Tx. USA - Tuesday, February 10, 1998 at 19:50:08 (PST)
All you displanted Australians, let your buddies back home know that four of Big Rock Brewery's excellent ales will be available in the Sydney area starting this February. A great Canuck-Aussie connection!
G. Crowley <gcrowley@telusplanet>
Calgary, AB Canada - Tuesday, February 03, 1998 at 20:07:00 (PST)
Great site! As a Maritimer and beer lover, I'm glad to see ALEXANDER KEITHS mentioned so much...I'm even happier that they sell it in Ontario now (they just stopped selling it in 6 packs by the way) if we could only get Moosehead Dry up here, it would almost be like being home again!
Karen <>
Toronto, Ontario Canada - Monday, February 02, 1998 at 09:23:25 (PST)
There's really only one Canadian beer worth asking for, either in a bottle or on tap - Moosehead!
John Dixon <>
Brantford, Ontario Canada - Saturday, January 31, 1998 at 17:41:23 (PST)
You have some very intersting Beers in your database , if you come to New Zealand you will find that the Montieths range of Craft beers are amongst the finest you will ever find. Especialy their Trapper Red Beer
Chris Gibbings <>
Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand - Sunday, January 25, 1998 at 15:33:03 (PST)
I travel a lot with work and try to sample as much beer in the area as possible. I'll be in Racine WI and Livermore CA within the next 2 months. Are there any good local micro's in these cities? I like stouts and porters best.
Greg McGinn <>
Hamilton, Ontario Canada - Saturday, January 24, 1998 at 19:02:39 (PST)
A couple of us are hopefully coming over to Canada as beer tourists in the summer, stopping for at least one week in Vancouver.So a few questions.
1. Is there such a thing as the Vancouver beer Festival or anything in the area similar.
2. Can anybody recommend any good brewery tours.
3. Which other area of the country is best visited by people that enjoy quality, craft brewed beer. CHEERS!

Podge <>
Chelmsford, Essex U.K. - Tuesday, January 20, 1998 at 08:24:22 (PST)
I love craft brews. Our local brewery here is Hart brewery and it is excellent.I also like a brewery in Waterloo Ont.I can't remember the name off hand but it is on the main street.They even give you a taste before you dicide on which brand to buy.If you are ever in Waterloo check it out.
Paul Reid <>
Ottawa, Ontario Canada - Monday, January 19, 1998 at 11:32:22 (PST)
Sleemans is making Canadian microbreweries proud.
Caroline Schneider <>
Kitchener, Ontario Canada - Sunday, January 18, 1998 at 14:06:06 (PST)
Hello fellow Canadian beer lovers...
I truly belive we have the finest beer in the world.
With Breweries like Moosehead, Sleemans,
Big Rock, and McCauslan Brasserie we are in good hands.
Heres a wee secret, if you want a truly excellent beer,,,try Upper Canada Lager...
I played golf last summer at Upper Canada Village in Morrissburg, Ontario; after eighteen rounds I had good.
I worked in Wildwood, New Jersey last summer,, and I drank Rolling Rock here and there,,I felt guilty becauser I will not drink USA beer...but it was very good,,,but I was pleasently surpirised to find out its owned by Labatt,,YESSSSSSSSS!
Hail to Canada,,and canadian beer.

Scott McMahon <>
Montreal, Quebec Canada! - Thursday, January 15, 1998 at 11:21:33 (PST)
I agree that Kokanee by far is the best around. Living only an hour and a half away from the brewery, I am kind of biased, but hey what can I say, the stuff is great.
Chris Davis <>
Nelson, BC - Monday, January 12, 1998 at 15:00:51 (PST)
I has been study and drinking beers for six years in this moment I am doing some marketing research in Colombia to import some beers from Canada, Belgian and USA. I would to have contact with Canada Brewery with have some interest to export beer to Colombia. Best regards.
Bogota, colombia - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 18:52:29 (PST)
I has been study and drinking beers for six years in this moment I am doing some marketing research in Colombia to import some beers from Canada, Belgian and USA. I would to have contact with Canada Brewery with have some interest to export beer to Colombia. Best regards.
bogota, colombia - Sunday, January 11, 1998 at 18:51:21 (PST)
where can i find sleeman's in the detroit area???
kris p <>
livonia, mi usa - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 19:14:29 (PST)
there is nothing like a cold BLUE
Rob Wright <>
London, Ont. canada - Friday, January 09, 1998 at 12:08:51 (PST)
Ah!Beer the nectar of the Gods!!Eh-men!
Gerald Wayne Prout <>
Timmins, Ontario Canada - Thursday, January 08, 1998 at 18:51:40 (PST)
Moved to the States 3 years ago and was quite pleasantly suprised to find a wealth of great craft and micro brews here, especially in Wisconsin (New Glarus Ales are Fantastic but not likely sold in Canada). There are even some pubs that do Cask Conditioned Ales...and they're excellet! Have yet to venture up to Canada to try out your selection of craft/Micro's, but next Autumn I will be in Toronto on buisness and look forward to sampling the local fare.
Marcus Gilmour <>
La Crosse/Hove, Wisconsin/East Sussex U.S./England - Wednesday, January 07, 1998 at 18:56:32 (PST)
After years of searching for and drinking the finest Canadian beers (Upper Canada, Wellington County, Conners,etc...I decided I couldn`t afford them anymore. Then, I discovered homebrew. It was a gift from the great Brauhaus in the sky. My prayers were answered, but a new search arises; finding quality ingredients. My search moves to the net. Does anyone know of any Eastern Canadian online homebrew suppliers? RSVP.
Steve Vachon <>
London, Ontario Canada - Saturday, January 03, 1998 at 20:49:43 (PST)
A great web site. I found this thru a woodworkers Page. What ever happened to Molson Special Dry. We drank it in Detroit, can't find in Atlanta. I should have stayed next to Canada, Eh.
Anne <>
Atlanta, GA USA - Friday, January 02, 1998 at 19:55:45 (PST)

I got your note but my reply was kicked back.
Give me your address again and I'll hold on to this note for a while.

Hube Smith <>
- Thursday, January 01, 1998 at 11:04:52 (PST)

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