Review: Lem by Half Hours on Earth

Review: Lem by Half Hours on Earth

Sours are tough. They can be great and they can also be really terrible. Funk can be an extreme spectrum. Half Hours on Earth is a small operation in Seaforth, Ontario, focusing on sours and farmhouse ales. With a focus like this, it might be expected that they...
Review: Prophets & Nomads by Collective Arts

Review: Prophets & Nomads by Collective Arts

Of the many craft breweries in Ontario, Canada, I have to say that Collective Arts knows how to draw one in with stylish can design. This fits their mission statement of combining the craft of brewing with the talents of artists and musicians. The brewery runs...
Review: Jelly King by Bellwoods Brewery

Review: Jelly King by Bellwoods Brewery

I really like Bellwoods Jelly King in general, so I like to try all of the different variations they’ve been putting out with different fruits. I just happened to be passing by the brewery earlier today and noticed they had a new Strawberry and Rhubarb flavour of...
Review: OSHO by Blood Brothers Brewing

Review: OSHO by Blood Brothers Brewing

I’ve been really into sours this summer, much like the rest of the world. They’re just really refreshing to drink on a hot day. And today was one of those hot days. I was pleasantly surprised when I got home after a long day and a hot walk home to remember that I had...