Join Joe Wiebe in Penticton for a Craft Beer Revolution Seminar & Tasting
Experience Local Beer and Learn About The Revolution with Joe Wiebe
Joe Wiebe, A.K.A the Thirsty Writer, has made a career out of sharing experiences based around BC Craft Beer. Through writing The Craft Beer Revolution, contributing to countless publications and putting on the Victoria Beer Week series of events he has learned a thing or two about beer.
On Thursday April 7th, lining up with the Okanagan Fest of Ale, Joe will be walking through the history of beer from 1858 through to today in an informative, entertaining and liquid-rich journey of BC Craft Beer. This is an event that should not be missed so if you are considering heading to the Okanagan this April, mark on your calendar. You will not be disappointed.
Official Event Description
Learn about B.C.’s Craft Beer Revolution while enjoying a range of beer samples at Bad Tattoo Brewing. Host Joe Wiebe – Thirsty Writer will talk about the history of craft beer in B.C. from 1858 through to the start of the microbrewing movement in 1982 up to the present — and into the future.
As part of the seminar, Joe will also lead you on a guided tour through a range of B.C. beers that each represent an important moment in the province’s craft beer history, providing tasting tips and suggestions for further craft beer explorations. At the end of the event, he will answer any and all questions you might have about craft beer in B.C.
The $25 ticket includes five beer samples served during the event.
Personalized and autographed copies of the completely revised 2nd edition of Craft Beer Revolution: The Insider’s Guide to B.C. Breweries will be available for sale ($20) as well.
Also, all the local breweries got together to brew a Collaborale “Sloppy Joe” cask. Everyone in attendance gets a free pint!
Craft Beer Revolution Seminar & Beer Tasting
Thursday, April 7 – 7:00pm
Bad Tattoo Brewing, Penticton