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Parallel 49 Brewing: Trash Panda IPA

A nice take on the NE style IPA. Not as fruity as some NE IPAs but it’s well balanced and very approachable. 5.5% and sold in 355ml cans. Being a

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Stanley Park Brewing Salted Watermelon Sour

Available from April – September, the Salted Watermelon Sour is from Stanley Park Brewing’s Sapling Series. This gose-style beer is kettle soured and brewed with coriander, sea salt, citra hops, and

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Steamworks Brewing + Blasted Church: Sanctuary

Sanctuary is a unique bottle-conditioned saison with Blasted Church’s Gewürztraminer grape must. They hit the mark on balancing the pepper, spice, citrus, and grape must. Like most saisons, wine drinkers

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Red Truck: Red Pilsner Review

A well-made pilsner. It’s crisp, clean, and has a strong malt/biscuity base. Poured a thick head that dissipated quickly. Light amber in colour, see-through. Expected more red for a red

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Red Truck: Wild Thing Blackberry Bourbon Ale Review

A sweet, well-balanced, blackberry ale aged in French oak barrels. A limited release seasonal that would do well in the summer. Sold in 4 packs of 473 ml cans. Appearance: Pours

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Red Truck: Midnight Run Dark Lager Review

Well-balanced dark lager with plenty of roasted malt, chocolate, and caramel notes. Pours a medium brown. Good initial head, but quickly dissipated. Carbonation is still evident held up to a light; lingers on

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BC Breweries & Cideries Metro Vancouver Original Stories

Strange Fellows Brewing, Vancouver’s Fellowship of Exclusive Craft Beer Creations

An Exclusive Look Into the Mind of a Brewmaster – The Strange Fellows Fellowship Modern Times, The Rare Barrel, The Bruery. What do these popular U.S. breweries have in common

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The New Kid In Town – Andina Brewing Opens Their Big Yellow Doors

Vancouver’s Andina Brewing Opens For Business On March 1, 2017 There’s a new kid in town – you may have noticed their big yellow building on Powell Street over the