142/543) The Inn, Lake On The Mountain: IPA by Lake On The Mountain of Ontario: **; brewed on site; bitter hop nose; hoppy bitterness to the palate;
144/544) The Inn, Lake On The Mountain: Cream Ale by Lake On The Mountain, Ontario: *1/2; smooth and malty;
145/545) Kingston Brewing Company, Kingston: Aardvark Dark Ale by the Kingston Brewing Company of Ontario: **; nose is wine, raisins; winey edge is more faint to the taste; coffee notes;
146/546) Kingston Brewing Company: Dragon Real Ale by the Kingston Brewing Company of Ontario: *1/2; as opposed to their Dragoon Pale Ale, also brewed and available on site; dark brown with wine notes which suggests similar derviation to above; also a winey edge to the taste of this one;
Lake On The Mountain is near Picton. Said lake appears to have no reason to exist - no rivers empty into it - and at one time local legend had it that it was bottomless. More recently it was determined that underground streams empty into it. The Inn is in a wonderful setting with great surroundings, great food and great beer - highly recommended
Kingston Brewing Company is a must visit when in Kingston (a must visit on its own). It's very casual with a beautiful, private patio and, as above, great beer brewed on site.