Our second beer from this Ontario brewery is a cream ale; I've enjoyed the Sleeman's version of this style a few times, but not enough to call myself a fan.
It pours an elegant gold with just enough carbonation to raise an ephemeral bit of head, and smells of growing things, grass and wheat, with a slight aroma of fruit and maybe vanilla. It is smooth tasting, if a little thin in the mouthfeel, with a somewhat bitter finish that only improves its drinkability and refreshes the entire enterprise.
All in all, a very respectable beer which does nothing to really distinguish itself enough that I might seek it out again. I wouldn't mind trying it on tap sometime if the opportunity presented itself though.
You may by chance have spied
Our second magi's ride
And see him here abide
(As he is not allowed inside)
Though his treatment may seem curt
The camel's feelings are not hurt
To stand near in cooling dirt
Suits well a ship of the desert