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What’s the taste of spring beer? In Canada this year, it’s maple syrupWhether in a porter, a Belgian ale or a smoked beechwood malt beer, maple syrup is finding its way out of the sugar shack and into the mash tun this spring. Jason Rehel examines the trend in the latest instalment of The Beer Frontier.[Photo credit: Jason Rehel]

What’s the taste of spring beer? In Canada this year, it’s maple syrupWhether in a porter, a Belgian ale or a smoked beechwood malt beer, maple syrup is finding its way out of the sugar shack and into the mash tun this spring. Jason Rehel examines the trend in the latest instalment of The Beer Frontier.
[Photo credit: Jason Rehel]

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    Huh… Always up for trying out a new beer! Who wants in?
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    Damn that sounds decent
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    Oh, man… a Maple Porter sounds pretty fantastic. Thoughts?
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