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Jan 28, 2002 02:58 AM 11236 Views
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Molson's Canadian Beer, is a beer that Canadians love and everyone else seems feel it is not exciting. I don't think the citizens of the U.S.A., (please note that I never say Americans as all the people who live in North & South America are Americans too), even heard of this beer until the Company came out with a great Ad that was called a'rant'. It showed the difference between us and the yanks. I will quote it on the bottom on the page so you can see it.

How I Get Over A Hang Over

I use a bottle of Molson's Canadian, (served very cold), and pour it into a glass. Please remember to tip your glass so you will not get the foam on top, (and not get gas in your tummy). I add one jigger of Tomato Juice to the Beer. This drink is call a'red eye' and within 5 minutes from drinking a glass of this drink my hangover is gone.

If you ever saw the Movie called'Cocktail' this drink was one of the drinks served in it. The original recipe calls for a raw egg but I am afraid to use them.

In the Film Doug Coglin says, 'This seems to be a morning-after drink.' So someone in the Movie Industry knew that it cures a hangover too.


The characteristics of Molson Golden Beer are typical of what you expect in a popular beer product. The color is light golden and clear and the smell is one of sweet grain. There is little foaming action and what little there is settles down quickly. The beer is medium to light in body, with the taste of barley as the primary flavor with a small amount of hop as a secondary flavor. The aftertaste is one of pleasant barley malt. This beer has 5.2 percent alcohol by volume and there are 153 calories per 12 oz. serving. It an easy to drink Lager Beer. It is smooth with no bite.

It is has more alcohol content than Beers that are made in the U.S.A. We Canuks think their Beer tastes too light.

I drink this Beer with Chips and an Onion Dip, Hamburgers with a side of French Fries, Pizza or Pretzels. In other words'junk food'.

The Company

The information from their site at:

'John Molson left his estate at Snake Hall, Lincolnshire, England specifically to found a Brewery in Montreal, (1786).

Hhe returned to England only once to settle his estate and buy equipment for his Brewery. Given Canada was not yet a Country and the U.S.A. was only ten years old. That is why John Molson had to imported his Equipment.

Mr. Molson's first Brew was made from 8 bushels of barley for malting. The Brewery's capacity ran to 4 hogsheads a Week or over a 20-week during the Brewing Season. The total output per year of 80 hogsheads. Today the word'hogsheads' is no longer a familiar term for a measure of Beer. 80 of them translates into 4, 230 gallons or about 53, 000 of the current sized bottles. Not bad for 1786!

Molson products command about 53% of the domestic beer market share in Canada.'

Molson also makes Molsons Light, Molson Ice and Molson Black Ice.

The Words To The Molson's Rant

This explains how Canadians are different from out United States neighbours.

'I'm not a lumberjack or a fur trader.

I don't live in an igloo or eat blubber or own a dog sled.

And I don't know Jimmy, Sally or Suzy from Canada, although I'm certain they're really, really nice.

I have a prime minister, not a president.

I speak English and French, not American.

And I pronounce it about, not aboot.

I can proudly sew my country's flag on my backpack.

I believe in peacekeeping, not policing. Diversity, not assimilation.

And that the beaver is a truly proud and noble animal.

A toque is a hat,

aAchesterfield is a Couch.

And it is pronounced zed, not zee, zed.

Canada is the second largest landmass, the first nation of hockey and the best part of North America.

My name is Joe, and I am Canadian!'

Like most Canadians I prefer it to it's rival Labatts. If you have a chance to try our great Canadian Beer I hope you will try it

My Final Thoughts

You don't have to be a Canadian to have a hangover, serve it cold or use a Canadian Beer. . but you must mix the Beer with Tomato Juice.


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