You will not find any raging clubs or even quiet pubs in Algonguin's Interior and, in fact, there is a bottle ban so it is best to forgo the beer. Yeah, that is me saying do not bring beer! But with sunsets like these, who needs a beer anyway? And besides, you will really enjoy a cool one after five days of paddling when you get back.
Who says you can't make a little of your own nightlife out in the wilderness? I empty two bottles of wine into a 1.5 litre plastic water bottle (no glass or tin allowed in the park) and enjoy it during the trip. Don't drink and canoe or try navigating the trails. No one want to rescue a foolish drunk :-) Also, please don't bring a 24 of beer.
1. It's WAY too heavy to carry in, nevermind out
2. If you're tired of carrying out your 24 and decide to dump it, it's guys like me that end up carrying out the mess.
3. Chances are, some or all of them will break and it'll create a mess for everyone.
Enjoy a beer 'before' departing. Have fun, be respectful.
One of the most exhilerating experiences of interior wilderness camping is finding a clearing, lying with your back to a smooth lake ledge rock and gazing at the stars and planets.
As a bonus, if you start howling to the wind you may be able to initiate your own private wolf communication network.