What a long, strange trip it was down the St. Lawrence River with a new stout in every port. Photo by Bob Moffitt

What a long, strange trip it was down the St. Lawrence River with a new stout in every port. Photo by Bob Moffitt

 
  Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. That's right. Alexander Cartwright. Try  thespitter.com

Beer and baseball date to the 1840's and Alexander Cartwright, the game's founder. That's right. Alexander Cartwright. Try thespitter.com

Episode6: Canada Day

Click here to hear Bob murder the French language.

Then  come back when you run into one of the following for a refresher:

Artisans DePuis: GOOD, chalky start & really heavy

Le vache Folle: GOOD, starts strangely, improves

Mill Street Cobblestone Pumpkin Citrus: NOT FOR ME, but maybe for Angry Orchard fans?

Lunenberg Nova Scotia: VERY GOOD, the Blue Nose was one of the highlights of the trip

Big Spruce Serial Killers: VERY VERY GOOD, great finish

Le Trou Du Diable: EXCEPTIONAL once it warms

Hopfenstark Black Francis: VERY GOOD, give it time.

Kamerad Friedrich Chocolate: GOOD, preferable if you don't want to be overwhelmed by chocolate