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Waterloo Dark - Beer Can - Back - 2018
Photo of the back view of a Waterloo Dark beer can. Waterloo Brewing is a brand of Brick Brewing Company in Kitchener Ontario. The can has a artist rendition of a wild boar.
|Photo Specific Links:||Waterloo Dark Beer - Official Web Page|
| ||from site: This very special boar deserves to be poured slowly and with care to release flavours brewed from Canadian malted barley, specialty malts, imported hops and pure cultured yeast.|
Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout - beer can - back - 2018
The rear view of beer can for Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout beer, brewed by Great Lakes Brewery. Inscription includes: In the cover of darkness, the mysteries of the forest are revealed to the Nightwatcher.
|Photo Specific Links:||Lake of Bays Nightwatcher - Official Web Site|
| ||from site:For an incredibly smooth and chocolatey experience, look no further than the Nightwatcher Oatmeal Stout. The heady mocha foam sits beautifully atop this dark chestnut stout.|
Spitfire Amber Kentish Ale - Beer Can
The is the 2018 version of the Spitfire Kentish Ale can. Brewed by Shepherd Neame brewery in England. This particular can was imported into Canada.
Gaffel Kolsch Beer Can - 2018 - front
The front of a Gaffel Kolsch beer can. This beer is produced in Germany and imported into Canada. from the web site: The delicately bitter, pleasant, slightly hopsy taste is characteristic for this traditional product and clearly distinguishes Gaffel Koelsch from all other Koelsch brands.
Innis and Gunn - The Original - beer can
Photo of an Innis and Gunn beer can. This is the original Innis and Gunn beer. The can says that the beer is Bourbon Barrel Scotch Ale.
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|from site: Beer is one of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world, and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. Beer is brewed from cereal grains—most commonly from malted barley, though wheat, maize (corn), and rice are also used. During the brewing process, fermentation of the starch sugars in the wort produces ethanol and carbonation in the resulting beer.|
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