Day 5 of Taste-Mas 2014: Railway City Honey Bee’Lixir 750 ml

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This Silver Medal Award winning beer was first brewed in 2012. Released through the LCBO in time for the busy holiday Season, it has become a favorite among many.

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Brewed featuring local honey harvested from the hives located at Windermere Manor at the University of Western Ontario and from the grounds at the prestigious London Hunt Club.

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We brew the honey, giving a subtle honey flavour on the finish, not as sweet as other Honey Brown Ales. 750 ml, 5.0% alc./vol.

www.railwaycitybrewing.com

  One thought on “Day 5 of Taste-Mas 2014: Railway City Honey Bee’Lixir 750 ml

  1. Chuck
    December 18, 2014 at 9:25 pm

    Wow! And I mean wow!!

    I really didn’t have any expectations for this beer. What I got was the coolest packaging, and a great tasting brew!

    Not being a professional taster I feel this is a somewhat malty kind of beer. It has a somewhat hoppy finish that is pretty damn nice with the subtle honey flavour.

    Another fantastic beer, and I think a bottle will end up on my bar – and many more in my fridge!!!

  2. December 18, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    I agree with Chuck. I didn’t know what to expect and I really enjoyed drinking this honey brown. A nice easy drinking dark ale with a nice after-taste. I love the olde time carnival looking label and the flip-top makes a nice pop sound when opened. On a hunch I bought the Railway City gift box and now I can’t wait to try the 3 brews.

  3. Russ
    December 18, 2014 at 10:30 pm

    The swing top opened with a very satisfying pop. A rich velvety feeling in the mouth. A very smooth taste. Probably the best honey brown I’ve ever had. I like it!

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