108/2708) Wvrst, Union Station, Toronto: Pine Tar Incident by Left Field Brewery of Ontario: **; 6.6%'; juicy, tropical nose; tropical flavours with a mildly dry finish;
For further information on the notorious pine tar incident see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbEHAsZxRYo
Clearly, the umpires made the correct call and what's more George Brett ought to have been suspended for his physical altercation with the umpires. I may like George Brett and I may dislike Billy Martin but Billy was in the right in this instance. If only he had chosen a better pitching coach, but that is even farther off topic.
109/2709) The 3 Brewers, Heartland: Shere Khan Orange Stout by The 3 Brewers of Ontario: **1/2; 5.6%, 40 ibu; cask; Saint Stout with orange and chocolate; nose is fresh unsweetened orange; dark chocolate finish; notes of orange zest and dark chocolate; possibly the best cask Jason has come up with;
This is post "Four Chords and a Gun" at the Fleck Dance Theatre at Harbourfront with my eldest son. A very nice, very intimate venue. I am glad I didn't break the bank for the most expensive seats because every seat seems like a pretty good spot. It is billed as a play followed by a concert, albeit a brief concert.