34/682) C'est What: Lucille Robust Porter by Flying Monkeys of Ontario: **; this was left from the previous night's Wizard of Odd Tap-Takeover; 7.1%; very dark and roasty with sweet coffee notes;
35)683) C'est What: Russia With Love With Belgian Candi Sugar by Flying Monkeys of Ontario: **; brewed with Belgian Candy sugar; 10%; thick mouthfeel; bitter roast coffee notes with a touch of alcohol flavour;
36/684) C'est What: Joan's Dark Secret, a Neustadt/C'est What collaboration, both of Ontario: *1/2; a 3.4% session ale; darkish amber; light mocha flavours; washed out taste; I found it a bit dull; a lot of people like this one but it didn't do much for me;
37/685) C'est What: Vicar's Vice by Amsterdam Brewing of Ontario: *1/2; an 8.1% "old ale" tastes mainly of sweet maltiness;
This was C'est What's 25th anniversary - 25% off lunch. Let me tell you, I have noticed a pattern over the years and I am absolutely there for anniversary number 100 for more half pints over lunch.