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Alexander Keith’s Nova Scotia Style Brown

Like the Lager and the Pale Ale, the Nova Scotia Brown from Alexander Keith’s was sent to me as part of the virtual tasting earlier in the month. Also like the others, this one weighs in at 5.4% alcohol by volume, and is brewed in New York (by Anheuser-Busch) even though the parent company hails from Canada. Their description: This classic full-bodied brown ale delivers hints of honey and caramel that is balanced with a … Continue reading →

Alexander Keith’s Nova Scotia Style Pale Ale

The Nova Scotia Style Pale Ale was the second of the Alexander Keith’s beers I opened from the virtual tasting; like the lager, this is 5.4% alcohol by volume. It’s brewed loosely to an American Pale Ale style but struck me as more of an English-style ale with its hopping. They say: This authentic pale ale is brewed with traditional two-row malt for a full, nutty flavor with a burst of spicy and citrusy hop … Continue reading →

Alexander Keith’s Nova Scotia Style Lager

The Nova Scotia Style Lager was the first of the Alexander Keith’s beers I opened after the virtual tasting a couple of weeks ago. If you recall, the three AK beers available in the U.S. are brewed by Anheuser-Busch in New York, even though the brewery itself hails from Canada. Of this Lager, they say: This lager has a deep amber color and orange highlights that promise a delicious drinking experience. Brewed with noble hops … Continue reading →

Alexander Keith’s and virtual beer tasting

This week I received three beers plus a pint glass representing Canadian brewery Alexander Keith’s (Canadian webpage here) new push into the U.S. market. Keith’s was founded in Nova Scotia in 1820 and though it’s been available in Canada since that time, this is the first time that the Keith’s line-up is being made commercially available here as well. To kick off their campaign, Keith’s also held a “virtual tasting” and live video introduction on … Continue reading →