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2015 Beer Me BC Craft Beer Survey – Win Awesome Craft Beer Prizes!

Tell us your thoughts on BC craft beer in the 2015 BC Craft Beer Survey!

For completing the 2015 BC Craft Beer Survey you will automatically be entered to win one of the fantastic prizes that are listed below. Please take 5 minutes to complete the 3rd annual survey and tell your friends to do so as well. Following the survey’s completion, we’ll even share the results with you! After all, as Red Green put it “We’re all in this together”.

2015 BC Craft Beer Survey Prizes

1st Prize – A Vancouver Brewery Tours prize package – Two tickets for Vancouver’s ultimate craft brewery tour experience! (Value $150)

2nd Prize – A $100 gift certificate to Craft Beer Market in Vancouver BC (Value $100)

3rd PrizeCannery Brewing Company & Beer Me BC T-Shirts (Value $45)



See the results of the 2014 survey

See how opinions changed between 2013 and 2014


This survey will be open for completion until November 30th, 2015 at 11:59pm.

The Grand Prize of Two Vancouver Brewery Tour tickets is valid for use at any time from until December 31, 2016 and is valued at $150.00. The gift certificate for Craft Beer Market is valid until December 31, 2016 and is valued at $100. The T-Shirt prize is valued at approximately $45.00. Shipping within British Columbia will be provided free of charge to the winners.

A skill testing question will be required by each winner.

A special thank you to Vancouver Brewery Tours, Craft Beer market and Cannery Brewing for providing prizes for this year’s survey.

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Dustan Sept

Dustan Sept is the founder of Beer Me BC. His passion for craft beer drove the creation of beermebc.com in 2012. To learn more about the beermebc.com editorial team visit beermebc.com/the-beer-me-bc-team/.


  1. alvin
    alvin 1 November, 2015, 10:19

    Love craft beer. I think there is more of an untapped market in the suburbs of Vancouver. Hopefully the trend of more micro/craft breweries opening outside of Vancity continues and the people in the burbs support them.

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  2. MT
    MT 1 November, 2015, 14:42

    Just recently moved to BC and love the variety of craft beers available. Have been a dark beer lover for a long time. Get most of my recommendations from local stores (Kal and 30th stores, Village Green store in Vernon) Staff are great at making suggestions and I enjoy trying new craft beers. Would love to know about Craft Beer events, so hope that the website will keep me up to date on these.

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  3. Mike
    Mike 1 November, 2015, 15:21

    Why was the “Favorite Tap Room” question removed this year? And shouldn’t “Favorite Bottle Shop” be included?

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    • dustansept
      dustansept Author 1 November, 2015, 15:38

      Thanks for the comments!

      Mike, we did not remove any questions this year. In fact we added three. Due to the regional nature of tap rooms and liquor stores we do not ask those questions either. Our goal is to understand the state of the BC craft beer industry.

      Thank you everyone for your comments and participation!

      Beer Me BC

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      • Mike
        Mike 1 November, 2015, 16:00

        Thanks for your quick response and explanation, Dustan. (I must be confused with another BC Craft Beer Poll).

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  4. Roz
    Roz 1 November, 2015, 15:45

    Love the diversity of BC craft beer.

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  5. Alex
    Alex 2 November, 2015, 09:09

    I went to check which breweries opened in the last 12 months and was shocked to see my favourite, Old Abbey Ales, only opened in the spring. They are already brewing like they’ve been around forever! yum.

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  7. Beer Me BC - CAMRA Vancouver 20 November, 2015, 08:39

    […] A few years ago, Dustan also started hosting a yearly Craft Beer Survey that consumers could participate in. It was a way for him to know what consumers are looking for, what the trends are and really paint a picture of the entire beer scene across the province. He recalls, ”The first year I had a little over 500 responses, last year we had just over 1,500. We would like to at least match what we did last year.” The survey is open until the end of November, so it is not too late to participate in the survey, click here to fill it out! […]

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