Alexander Keith's, the Nova Scotia brewery owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev, is moving into the U.S. market with three new beers: Nova Scotia Style Lager, Nova Scotia Style Pale Ale and Nova Scotia Style Brown Ale. Alas, it doesn't seem like they are available now in Ohio. Alexander Keith's brewmaster emeritus Graham Kendall will hold a video beer tasting live from the brewery at 8 p.m. Tuesday on Facebook. (Click here for the Alexander Keith's Facebook page and then click on the Livestream tab to watch if you're so inclined.) The beers are being made at the Anheuser-Busch plant in Baldwinsville, N.Y. Alexander Keith, by the way, was a real guy. He born in 1795 in Scotland. At 17, he started a five-year brewing apprenticeship in England. After moving to Nova Scotia in 1817, he started Keith's Brewery in Halifax. "Alexander Keith's brands continue to be brewed under the guiding principles of our founder and the strong sense of adventure found in the people of Nova Scotia," Kendell said in a prepared statement.