Brock St. Brewing Company [Brock Street], Recent Beer Ratings

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2.9Brock St. Pineapple Sour
Pours yellow color with average blank heading. Aroma of tropical fruit. taste is pineapple ahead with light sour finish. well balanced not excessively sour .
Saturday, April 16, 2022


Brock St. Pineapple Sour
Can from the lcbo. clear golden decant wjrh a small white oral sex. Tart lactic scent, lemon, light pineapple.. Lactic, saline flavour, low bitterness ,
Saturday, February 26, 2022

3.1Brock St. Strong Scotch Ale
Aromas of candied fruit and light caramel. Aromas very unmanageable to perceive. The foam is identical thick and quite creamy, persistent on a embrown liquid with coppery reflections and quite clear. The taste of fruity esters dominate the caramel with notes of sugarcoat yield. The hops are floral and earthy and have a flimsy bitter in the finish. Caramel is very little present in this very fruity Scotch Ale. not identical impress. Arômes de fruits confits et de léger yellowish brown. Arômes très difficiles à percevoir. La mousse est bien épaisse et assez crémeuse, persistante sur united nations liquide brun aux reflets cuivrés et tout à fait limpide. Au goût, cerium sont les esters fruités qui dominent lupus erythematosus yellowish brown avec des notes de fruits confits. Les houblons sont floraux et terreux et présentent une toute légère amertume en stopping point. Le caramel est très peu présent dans cette Scotch Ale très fruitée. Pas très impressionné. A:5.59 A:4.717 T:7.016 B:3.067 O:10.286 T:30.676
Thursday, February 10, 2022

3.7Brock St. Munich Lager
473ml can. clear amber orange with a thin bubbling whitish head. Flavors are toasted cereals, barley carbohydrate, caramel and spices with earthy and herbal notes. light to medium body, good carbonation, slick texture .
Tuesday, October 5, 2021

3.5Brock St. Traditional Irish Red
clean amber-red semblance, fairly deep with a big creamy beige principal, very commodity retention and leave is nice lacing. Nutty, fruity malt olfactory property with apples and hints of ridicule malts. Wet, thinly crisp mouthfeel, so refresh, with a touch of sobriety in the end. lightly bodied, so not cloying with enough hops in the talk. Malted barley base and everything is quite nice for a traditional crimson ale .
Tuesday, September 7, 2021

3.4Brock St. Double Vision IPA
A iniquity aureate DIPA with a thin intertwine off white lead. In olfactory property, caramel malt with light pitchy hops, lightly clammy notes, pleasant. In mouth, a decent cookie malt with pitchy hops, cereals, pleasant. On solicit at brewery .
Sunday, September 5, 2021

3.2Brock St. Chocolate Milk Stout
clear red brown stalwart with a thin light mocha head. In olfactory property, sweet chocolate malt with light vanilla and chocolate. In mouth, fresh chocolate malt with watery body, unaccented grassy hops, OK. On tap at brewery .
Sunday, September 5, 2021

3.2Brock St. Pomegranate Sour
A haze golden ale with a thin braid whiten fountainhead. In aroma, fresh balmy malted with light lactic notes, OK. In mouth, a tart mix of lemon, pomegranate, and Epsom salts, OK. On water faucet at brewery .
Sunday, September 5, 2021

3.4Brock St. Bohemian Pilsner
A blond pils with a sparse lace white head. In aroma, crisp cookie malt with Saaz hops, fall mineral notes, authoritative. In mouth, a decent biscuit malt with grassy Saaz hop, light mineral notes, methamphetamine, well done. On wiretap at brewery .
Sunday, September 5, 2021

3.5Brock St. Bohemian Pilsner
Rediscovering tasty Pils. I am habitually an Ale guy. This is tasty beer wrinkle not complicated, not simple .
Sunday, April 18, 2021

3.2Brock St. Munich Lager
473 ml can from the LCBO. Pours a clearish aureate orange color with modest-sized whitish steer. Aroma is lightly toasty grains, caramel and light grassiness. Flavour has more outstanding grassiness, lightly toasted grains and a little caramel. Medium bodied. Nice .
Wednesday, April 14, 2021

3.1Brock St. Double Vision IPA
[ Can ( 473ml ) ] Pours a slightly brumous golden-orange with a large durable bubbling white question. Lots of lacing. Aroma is sweet, bready and farinaceous along with lots of caramel and some floral hops. Flavour of caramel malt, hops, honey, yield and an average bitter ending. Alcohol slightly hidden. Medium bodied. Just O.K., not what I want from a DIPA .
Thursday, April 8, 2021

3.5Brock St. West Coast IPA
[ Can ( 473ml ) ] Pours a bleary copper-gold with an average size durable bubbling white head. Some lace. Aroma is evenly bready and hoppy along with some yield. Flavour follows, bready and hoppy, along with a long-ish moderate to big bitterness relish. Medium bodied. A bite excessively bready for the stylus, for me, but still good .
Wednesday, April 7, 2021

3Brock St. Munich Lager
This laager poured a yellowish pink, good fruit and baseball club sodium carbonate. Nice lacing. First slug was not bad, metier bodied with flavours of ripe yield, a little cookie and hops. Finish is yellowish brown and lightly biting .
Saturday, February 13, 2021

3.3Brock St. Strong Scotch Ale
This ale poured a deep amber color with a creamy, tan head. Nice lacing. Scents include caramel, cream and biscuit. First gulp was nice and full bodied. Flavours of malty yellowish brown, nuts and light hops. Finish is yellowish brown and malt with a sparkle hop resentment that lingers .
Wednesday, February 10, 2021

3Brock St. Traditional Irish Red
This red poured a bleary, deep amber tinge with a creamy, light tan coloured point. minimal spike. Scents include caramel, nuts and cookie. First slug was quite creamy with flavours of yellowish brown, must and nuts. stopping point is is pure malt with a little hop resentment linger .
Sunday, February 7, 2021

3.6Brock St. Munich Lager
Can from the LCBO. Bready malts, floral, grassy hops. Medium bitter, freshen, and quite easy drinking. dainty stuff .
Friday, January 29, 2021

3.3Brock St. Munich Lager
Pours clear amber with a dainty off white foam. Aroma is dessert caramel malt and lightly earthy hop. taste is gratifying caramel malt and decent body with a modest earthy hop and first gear bitterness.

Monday, January 4, 2021

3.1Brock St. New England Session IPA
Can from the lcbo. Hazy orange decant, with a boastfully white head. Aroma is cereals up presence, pithy citrus, hints of stone yield, green hop cones and again, highly, pithy and bitter. Way besides bitter for the style, lacking in tropical yield notes, identical acerb, not bad, but not what I expected. The alcohol level might be sessionable, but relish, and resentment are not .
Saturday, January 2, 2021

2.4Brock St. New England Session IPA
473 ml can from the LCBO. Pours a cloudy orange color with modest-sized whitish head. Aroma is besotted pale yellow, light yield and eatage. Flavour has fermented fruit, hatsh grains and grass. Light to medium bodied. Sort of reminds me of a non-alcoholic beer .
Saturday, December 26, 2020

3.6Brock St. Munich Lager
thinly brumous, fortunate color with an amber hue. Nice bubbling, kind of creamy strong cap that stays a while and leaves creamy lacing waves. Fruity aroma over the caramel basis malts. Almost jam-like with some hints of spices. The taste shows some strawberry notes as well. Some decent cereal setting with enough hops to cut the pleasantness and make this one a identical enjoyable Munich laager .
Friday, December 18, 2020

2.7Brock St. New England Session IPA
Can. Hazy gold in color with average carbonation. Aromas of clammy basement, mild citrus pulp, and faint florals. Flavors of gruff grains, sharp white grapefruit, and dried grass. Very acerb and unbalanced .
Monday, December 14, 2020

3.5Brock St. Munich Lager
Pours hazy gold semblance with average white capitulum. Aroma of biscuit and earthy tones. Smell of cookies. Light caramel stopping point, however bit on bitterness side .
Thursday, October 8, 2020

2.9Brock St. Munich Lager
Can : Pours a lightly hazed gold with a 2 feel white ceiling … olfactory property of bluff grains and some apple cider tones, musty-earthy substitute tones … malty up front then hopping kicks in … goes to a dry spritzy increasingly acerb finish..effervescent and sharp on the palate … not what one ‘s consider a Munich helles … more like a commercial euro strong laager
Thursday, October 1, 2020

3.2Brock St. Strawberry Blonde
473 ml can from the LCBO. Pours a cloudy pink-tinged aureate color with smallish whitish head. Aroma is bright strawberry with some cereal grains. Flavour has slightly candyish strawberry with some mellow cereals. Gentler carbonation. Refreshing .
Saturday, September 26, 2020

3.9Brock St. Bohemian Pilsner
Canette 473ml. Couleur jaune dorée translucide, mousse blanche onctueuse laissant une dentelle éparse. Arôme de céréales, houblon herbacé. Goût de céréales, fruité, houblon herbacé en retrait, amertume moyenne-élevée. Carbonatation moyenne-élevée, corps moyen .
Monday, August 24, 2020

3.7Brock St. Bohemian Pilsner
[ Can ( 473ml ) ] Pours a clear amber with a big permanent bubbling white head. minimal braid. Aroma of grassy hops, a bit perfumy, along with bready malt. not excessively sweet. Crisp season of grassy hops ( 7+ ), bready malt and with an average bitter end. Medium bodied. reasonably good Pilsner, I enjoyed it .
Tuesday, July 7, 2020

3.3Brock St. Strawberry Blonde
Amber color pour with average head. lively carbonation with medium body. taste of strawberries feels natural. gives nice aroma angstrom good. Semi gratifying complete typical of blond beers .
Saturday, July 4, 2020

4Brock St. Strawberry Blonde
not certain if Brock Street is the “ most freshen street in Canada ” as the can says, but this sure is a novel beer. precisely hints of strawberry on the nuzzle but the berries in truth come out on the sip. Smooth and delicate/ Tasty
Wednesday, July 1, 2020

3.6Brock St. Strawberry Blonde
Can that pours a cloudy golden-amber color with an bone, warmly hood, adequate stay and some creamy lacing. Aromas are sour, fruity with the strawberries and gamboge notes. The preference is not off, but yeasty, gently fruity with some tart in the end. Some good bitterness and light dispassion. not a regretful strawberry blond ale for hot summer days .
Thursday, June 11, 2020

3.7Brock St. Strawberry Blonde
Can from the lcbo. Cloudy beige pour, with a medium off white read/write head. Aroma is semitrailer fresh Strawberries, and some strawberry rhubarb pie notes. Mouth feel is decent, carb is pleasant. coating has some nice cereals, and in truth courteous semitrailer fresh strawberry coating. I was impressed .
Friday, May 29, 2020

3.6Brock St. The Smoked Porter
Can from a beer of the month club.Black pour, with a medium beige promontory. Aroma is smoky, bacon, campfire, soy, and dark roasted malts, with a coffee edge to it. Mouth find is creamy, carb is soft. finish is medium biting, more campfire notes with some balmy soy, and cocoa notes in the end, to round out the smoky coffee .
Friday, May 1, 2020

3.2Brock St. Munich Dunkel Lager
Can out of a beer of the calendar month club. Pours identical dark, looks curious for the style. Nutty, quite a deep ridicule, again, odd for the style. light chocolate notes, medium resentment in the polish. not much of a dunkel, it ‘s good, but way off for the style of you ask me, leaning towards schwarzbier more than anything else .
Friday, May 1, 2020

3.8Brock St. Bohemian Pilsner
Can from the LCBO. pass aureate pour, with a big white head. big floral, grassy nozzle. Slightly bready, some easy minerals, light lemon. mouth tactile property is decent, carb is spot on. Finish is undimmed, crisp, and clean. Well done, courteous exmple of the style .
Wednesday, January 22, 2020


Brock St. Irish Red
473ml can from the Brewery ‘s bottle workshop. Pours a clear trench red brown coloring material with a small head that recedes quickly. Aromas of caramel and roasted malts. taste matches the olfactory property. Medium bodied with moderate carbonation .
Wednesday, November 20, 2019

3Brock St. Blueberry Belgian Wit
473ml can from the bottle shop. Pours an opaque pinkish-red color with one finger capitulum. Aromas of bread, wheat and a puff of blueberries. taste matches the olfactory property with some brittle notes. Medium bodied with tone down carbonation .
Wednesday, November 20, 2019
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