86/1360) C'est What: Hop Noggin by County Durham of Ontario: **; on cask; 5.2%, 80 ibu, an English ale; pale, clear appearance; mildly piney nose; very fresh tasting and mildly hoppy;
87/1361) C'est What: The Princess Wears Hot Pants by Sawdust City of Ontario: **; on cask; 9.0%, 45 ibu; hot peppery nose; hot jalapeno chili flavours with notes of pineapple; lingering after burn but very tastefully and flavourfully done; like a glass of Mexican food;
88/1362) C'est What: Hopsta La Vista by Longslice Brewery of Ontario: **; 6.5%, 69 ibu; clear copper colour; I found it surprisingly malty and biscuity for all those ibu but the intent is a hybrid English/American IPA;
89/1363) C'est What: Portage Ale by Mill Street Brewery of Ontario: *1/2; 13 ibu, 5%; pours a clear amber; yeasty nose; yeasty malty flavours;
90/1364) C'est What" Deforestation, a collaboration between Forked River and Sawdust City, both of Ontario: **; 9.1%,, 30 ibu; bourbon barrel aged; very cidery nose partially obscures a hint of mocha in the background; notes of cider, delightfully cheap red wine, mocha and a bit of sour funkiness; sharp, fizzy mouthfeel;
91/1365) The 3 Brewers, Adeliade Street: Witteke by The 3 Brewers of Ontario: *1/2; 6%, 30 ibu; a Belgian style white beer brewed with orange zest and coriander; pours cloudy with the familiar 3 Brewers yeasty nose; sweet with sharp wheat flavours;
I wasn't sure about some of these so, yes, there were some small glasses ordered.