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Pump House - Cadian Cream Ale

Pumphouse cadian cream ale.jpg
Beer Style: 
Cream Ale
Serving Style.: 
341 ml Bottle
Alcohol Content: 
5.0% ABV
Where Purchased?: 
Gift from a friend
Beer Rating: 
3

Pump House - Cadian Cream Ale
 
Pours slightly cloudy pale yellow with a thin white head.
Aroma is malty and slightly sour with notes of bread dough.

Feel is nice. Rich and creamy.
Taste is strongly into the malt side with dough and hay tastes followed by a light but pleasant flowery hop bitterness. Just enough to clean your palate for the next sip.
This would make a good session beer.
 



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Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

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reviewed by:
Bruce Ticknor

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Serving Style:
341 ML Green Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
1

Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

It is quite an elegant label they have, quite simple black with white lettering. It is obvious that they are going after a premium crowd. Too bad they aren't doing it with a good beer.

The beer pours a very pale yellow colour with a decent but coarse and short lived white head.
The aroma is almost non-existent. A faint corn like aroma and that is about it.
The feel is at least moderately creamy and sparkling with lot's of carbonation. Not watery anyway.
Taste is nothing.
A very faint malt and corn taste. Virtually no hop tastes. Only slightly more here than in carbonated water. It is absolutely non-offensive because there is almost nothing to it.

You could drink it anytime but why bother. Have a glass of sparkling water instead.

Their label says "Take your time to enjoy it, after all, we take our time to make it". I have to wonder what they did with all that time, they certainly didn't spend it making a good beer.
Once again it is a beer for the marketing department. It's a shame.



Gotta agree with you. Never really thought about the marketing department. I think I need to think about this for a while. Maybe I am starting to understand "Mainstream" beers a bit more.

I believe your taste buds are too sophisticated for a simple light beer. I enjoy many different beers. This one is a nice light beer. It has more to it than you want. Maybe you should stick to your fav. And not bother to experiment.



Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

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reviewed by:
newbeergeek

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Serving Style:
341 ML Green Bottle
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O
Beer Rating:
1

Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

I bought this stuff because a friend said it was wonderful. In fact he said he was changing from his long time favorite beer. I should have asked what his favorite was. Turned out it was Coors light.

Anyway, it looks like Ginger Ale only paler.
I couldn't smell anything at all.

The taste just wasn't there. Nothing at all.
They sell this junk at a premium price but there is NO flavour at all. I can't imagine why anybody would buy this even if they have never tried a craft beer. It pisses me off.






Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

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reviewed by:
John H.

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Serving Style:
341ml green bottle.
Where Purchased:
L.C.B.O.
Beer Rating:
1

Cracked Canoe Premium Light Lager

Pours a light amber with no head.
Aroma is totally non existent as is the flavor.
What is this stuff. It's not beer anyway! How do they justify charging premium prices? High way robbery.




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