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Where We Go From Here Part VI

Sometimes it's hard to remember details of those early days and other times they haunt me. There were snakes in the pits...

A Teddy Bear's Diary Entry 53

Our rope a dope seems to have worked...

Where We Go From Here Part V

Many a new adventurer sees their excitement turn to horror on their first outing. Screw the towers, the woods alone should have killed us all...

A Teddy Bear's Diary Entry 52

Those abominable dinkie cars and their "Blazin' Wheel" leaders. I knew they'd be trouble but the jacknife in the back hurt us...

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Unhook the Stars

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Where We Go From Here Part I

The frog ate him. Can you believe it?

[Brick] Laker Ice @ 5.5% (Ontario, Canada) 473ml Can

This rusty coloured ice-filtered lager has a little more flavour than it's cold-filtered brother. It pours frothy but with no staying power in the head department. It's syrupy scent is much milder than it's brother as well.

Laker Ice startles your tongue and then melts away leaving you wondering if you indeed had a drink or if you haven't started yet. With a fairly solid amount of carbonation it still feels heavy and heady all at the same time. There isn't much aftertaste at first however it does start to grow with skunky ambition in the back of your mouth.

[Shock Top] Spiced Pumpkin Ale @ 5.2% in a 341ml Brown Bottle

It pours like a cream yet has very little head. The colours swirl between an opaque orange and an almost translucent yellow. There is an almost imperceptible smell of malt and pumpkin. The first drink is so very smooth and creamy with just a light dab of bitterness. The pumpkin is subtle and the flavours of this fine ale feather your tongue in the same swirling manner as it sits in the glass. After viewing the visibly violent bubbles as it stands, you will be surprised how unnoticeable they are when this ale slides down your gullet. The thick creaminess has a stunningly light body.

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