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Barkerville Brewing – Sluice Juice Hazy Pale Ale

Quesnel’s Barkerville Brewing has a reputation as an extremely solid craft brewery. They’ve reached that distinction by turning out stunning beers in a variety of styles, including High Stakes Imperial  Continue Reading…

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Backcountry Brewing – Victimless Crime Nelson IPA

Back in January, the BeerSeekers reviewed a set of Backcountry beers that are currently being adding to the Beer Me BC catalog. One of them was Victimless Crime, described as  Continue Reading…

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Camp Beer Co. – Upstream Pale Ale

Camp Beer Co. is one of the new school Langley brewers, having debuted around Christmas 2019 alongside Farm Country Brewing. Adding in Trading Post Brewing and 5 Roads Brewing (just  Continue Reading…

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Backcountry Brewing – Do You Know The Muffin Man

Back in January, the BeerSeekers reviewed a set of Backcountry beers that are currently being adding to the Beer Me BC catalog. One of them was Do You Know The  Continue Reading…

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Field House – Raspberry & Red Currant Sour

This past winter, award-winning brewery Field House released a threesome of foeder-aged fruit sours. Beer Me BC was fortunate enough to review a sample of its Raspberry & Redcurrant Foeder  Continue Reading…

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Backcountry Brewing – This Ain’t No Garden Party, Brother

In the grand view of the craft renaissance, Backcountry Brewing has a relatively short history. But in the three years they’ve been extant, they’ve carved out a nice reputation for  Continue Reading…

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Vancouver Island Brewing – Cassis & Elderflower Belgian Tripel

Vancouver Island Brewing has become known in recent years for experimentation, and a good example of this is their Cassis & Elderflower Belgian Tripel. Released earlier this fall, it’s a  Continue Reading…

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Andina x Mariner – Piñata Pineapple Hot Pepper IPA

Once again, Yeast Van’s Andina Brewing Co is leading the way in using interesting and authentic tropical ingredients in its brews. This time, it’s their brand-new Piñata Pineapple Hot Pepper IPA,  Continue Reading…

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Foamer’s Folly – Melosia 2018 Foeder-Aged Brown Ale

The first thing you need to determine when trying to evaluate this beer is: what is it? Foamers’ Folly doesn’t reveal that on the label, subtitling Melosia as a “Limited  Continue Reading…

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Foamers Folly x Fuggles & Warlock – Unicorn Blanket Wild Farmhouse Ale

On New Year’s Eve, we enjoyed a beer that may or may not be available on the market at this point. As we noted about a year ago, the beer  Continue Reading…

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