That is way too general of a question. Do you like dark beers (porters, stouts, dark ales, etc...) or generally lighter beers (lagers, IPA's, pale ales, etc...)? Do you like something full flavoured or something on the lighter side? Are you looking for a beer with a high ABV to sip on or a low ABV beer that you can have a few of? Do you mind paying more for quality or are you just looking for quantity (looking for a beer to drink in order to get drunk)? Where are you purchasing this beer in Canada (so we can make a microbrewery suggestion because not all microbreweries have national or even provincial distribution)? If you actually want to answer any of these questions I would be happy to make a suggestion as to what should be in you mug / goblet / pils / pint glass tonight.
i like medium beer like honey amber and somewhat darker but not black beer i really like sleemans honey brown but its super carbonated. I live in St,John New Brunswick ( east coast of canada ) looking for something with normal - high percentage but as long as it doesnt taste like absolute ass hole
Not a fan of quotes
I don't know what you're getting at by that comment but most american's that i have met are fucking retarded when it comes to canadian geography aha. At momentum one kid from socal believed that nova scotia was in eastern india. Other kids didn't even know where Ontario was.
"No wonder, everyone fucking hates you because your more of a douchebag than charmander and emopoppins put together."
-8===D$ through a pm
hey dude, you're a cunt. thats just my opinion though. i feel like you could have used your time better or more productively or some shit learning how to not be a cunt, or be less of a cunt. but um, its just my opinion.
ah fuckit, nah, you're just a cunt.
i really dont have it in me anymore to shit on noobs.
Okay, well I just had a Whistler Brewing Co. Honey Lager. Smooth, flavourful, overall, I'd have to say an exceptional summer beer, perfect for hanging out after a nice hot day, or during the day. It really was quite enjoyable.
The only microbrewed beers I would suggest are Picaroons Best Bitter or Picaroons Irish Red Ale. Both are brewed by Picaroons in Fredericton (yup thats also on the east coast of Canada). So if you can find either or both of those beers give them a try. But the only way your going to find out what you like is to drink many different types of beers. Pick up a bunch of single cans/bottles if you can and taste a variety of different beers. It will be tough to find a favourite but at least during your search you get to drink lots of beer!