I think that mug just about blew out my digital camera. Canada's centennial colours in 1967 were pretty basic, kind of like this brew - burnished gold ale under a fine white full head, a basic grainy no nonsense pale ale with some bread crusty grain, a bit of hops across the palate with a flash of orange fruit right in the middle, finishing as a mix of bitter greens and malt.
The label says it is made with reverse osmosis water as well as toasted wheat and crystal malt. It even has a neato ROH20 logo but nevertheless is a good example of the drier Canadian style of pale ale. But 6% of BAers do not like this one, one citing "burnt-popcorn" which can be argued.