It’s Canadian whisky, but it tastes somewhat like a cross between one and a dark ale.
I like it, and I do recommend it.
But don’t take my word for it; see what noted Canadian whisky expert Davin de Kergommeaux said, here.
Or if you want to enjoy beer in different ways.
Or if you want a nice, refreshing beverage.
Whatever reason, all good.
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Beer ice cream. Yes, you read that correctly. Artisanal Canberra ice-cream maestros Frugii were serving a range of beery ice creams, including lager sorbetto and Bridge Road Chestnut Pilsner gelato. I chose the one made with 2 Brothers Voodoo Baltic Porter, and my goodness but it was a revelation. The richness and chocolaty tones of the porter translated so perfectly into the ice cream medium. There was a little fillip of hoppy sourness that peeked through and even a suggestion of carbonation, although that may have been my mind at work. It isn’t often that I’m truly thrilled and surprised at a food product anymore, but this won me over from the first taste. Well done Frugii.