March 18th, 2006 by Andy
Unfortunately, on the whole, Canada’s beer selection has never really impressed me. Beer from the province of Quebec, with its French influences, however, is a totally different story.
Take, for example, the McAuslan Brewing Company, who brews the amazingly smooth St. Ambroise Pale Ale. This fine amber colored ale pours with a medium head, which slowly dissipates while delivering a wonderfully citrus nose. The taste is crisp with an elegant balance of bitter hoppiness and caramel malt hints that leave you awe inspired and yearning for another sip.
This is a phenomenally bonne bière that I highly recommend drinking as often as socially possible. Bon Appètite!