96/1914) Tracks Brewpub: President's Choice Blonde Brew by Loblaw's of Ontario: *; less than 0.5% abv; brewed with the usual four ingredients plus corn syrup, hop extract, caramel colour and sulphites (eek!); tastes sort of like a beer, a dull one, with metallic corn notes;
When I asked after Budweiser Prohibition a while back Tammy said that while they did have it, people seemed to prefer the President's Choice when it came to dealcoholized beers. I can see no need to repeat this experience.
97/1915) Home: R 100 IPA by Muddy York Brewing Co. of Ontario: **; 7%, 70 ibu; named for the R-100 dirigible which circled Toronto on its (not "it's", as the label reads) first trans-Atlantic voyage to Canada in 1930; brewed with Magnum Topaz and Equinox hops; orangyish in colour; fruity hop nose with an herbal, musty edge; herbal, fruity hop flavours;
What I came home with after a visit to Muddy York Brewing in Toronto.