The Tin Whistle Brewing Company Kettle Valley Amber Ale

Hello? Oh, hi, I didn’t see you there. Can I help you? Oh, a beer review… Yah, um sure, hold on a sec, let me look around, I thhhhhhink I have one around here somewhere… Ummmmmm. Yes, here we go!

Tin Whistle Kettle Valley Amber Ale!

This is a nice drink with a nice mild taste and subtle chocolate flavour. It doesn’t have as much body as the Powerhouse Pale Ale I had yesterday, but taste is king in the beer world, and this is just a notch better.

[xrr rating =3.75/5]


Mt Begbie Brewing Powerhouse Pale Ale

Something about this beer just males me want to say “DAM!” Maybe its because there is a photo of what i assume is the Revelstoke Dam on the cover. Or maybe it is because this blue king brown is a nice amber coloured pale ale that despite its name, has a smooth flavour that is subtly spiced, and a relatively light 4.8 percent alcohol.

Oh, if you are still reading this, I checked the label, it is the Revelstoke Dam in 1912. I know, it was probably driving you nuts.

As I drink this, Roberto has let in 2/14 shots and we are down two nothing. In consolation, the Bruins showed their true colours by losing in a punch-up that only brings shame to the game of hockey.

I am glad our team isn’t full of no talent goons , I would hate to watch that every night. Go Canucks Go!!!

Ugh, it’s three nothing.

Oh well, at least the beer isn’t terrible!

[xrr rating=3.5/5]