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Moosehead Lager
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Jay Theriot
Sun Apr 05 2015, 08:13AM
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Moosehead Lager is the flagship beer of the Moosehead Brewery of St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Sold worldwide, this lager is appreciated for it's crisp, clean, and refreshing aspects.

The Moosehead Brewery, formerly Army and Navy Brewery, was established in New Brunswick in 1867, the same year as Canada was created as a united country. Family owned, Moosehead produces a wide range of beers, although, one will mainly see the lager in America, and typically in the 12-oz., green bottles. Rated at 5% alcohol, this beer comes it at the same strength level as Budweiser or Coors Banquet. It is rather common, so the consumer should be able to easily locate the beer in most major beer outlets and in many restaurants and taverns.

This writer has sampled Moosehead Lager many times and always appreciates its exceptional smoothness.

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Beer Cub
Fri May 22 2015, 05:12AM
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I enjoy Moosehead very much. I wish they would import some of their others beers to the US, but it will probably never happen in the over crowded marketplace that we now have.

Moosehead is now the largest Canadian owned brewery after LaBatt's and Molson were bought out.

Like many other green bottle beers, I think it tastes better from a can. Unfortunately the cans are sometimes hard to locate.

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Jay Theriot
Fri May 22 2015, 12:47PM
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Yes, I'd like to try some of their other variants, too. I've not ever had the canned version.
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Xtra Strong Beer
Mon Jul 20 2015, 10:44AM
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I'm a big fan of Moosehead Lager. I drink it at least once a year since I play in a Bubble Hockey tournament that's sponsored by Moosehead. Unfortunately, I've not had the pleasure of winning the Moosehead Cup.
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Jay Theriot
Mon Jul 20 2015, 01:45PM
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Yes, I always find it really enjoyable, Xtra Strong Beer. Good to hear from you, here!
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Xtra Strong Beer
Mon Jul 20 2015, 02:27PM
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Thanks, Jay! I'm going to take a new adventure with different beers this time! Ones that are higher than 6.0 ABV. Uncharted territory for me!
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Jay Theriot
Tue Jul 21 2015, 02:38AM
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Ah, that sounds interesting, XSB. Be careful, though!
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Xtra Strong Beer
Tue Jul 21 2015, 06:44AM
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Well, as you said in your Hurricane High Gravity review, I will have plenty of "soft places to fall." I promise, I'll be safe! Thanks!
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Jay Theriot
Tue Jul 21 2015, 08:38AM
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Ha-ha! Okay, and enjoy.
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