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Howl Brewing- Winter Bock

In between the milkshake IPA’s and the pastry stouts that litter the BC beer shelves an authentic tasting bock style beer is sometimes hard to come by. North Saanich’s pico

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Red Arrow Brewing Co – Lion’s Mane Golden Ale

Red Arrow Brewing has teamed up with Purica, an “iconic health and wellness company” from the Cowichan Valley, to brew a golden ale with Lion’s Mane mushrooms added to the

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Beach Fire Brewing Co.- Ember Red Ale

Did you know that Campbell River is the only place on Vancouver Island where beach fires are permitted? It seems appropriate then that the local brewery, opened since 2016, be

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Trench Brewing- The Fang IPA

You might never have been to the Fang Caves, though you might be inspired to after drinking the beer that is named after it. Prince George’s Trench Brewing, following their

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Coast Mountain Brewing- Forecast Pale Ale

Coast Mountain Brewing, situated in scenic Whistler, B.C., brews a pale called “Forecast”. It turns out that the forecast for the foreseeable future is calling for deliciously made pale ale.

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Longwood Brewery- Old Bruin

Portuguese Madeira is famous in the wine world for its unique warm aging process. Historically, Madeira was used as ballast on ships which exposed it to heat and changed its

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Wild Ambition Brewing- Painted Caves

British Columbia’s golden age of beer continues full steam ahead and it’s no different in Kelowna, the province’s third largest city. With more craft breweries than ever before and many

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Vancouver Island Brewing and Ile Sauvage Brewing Collab- Mystic Dry-Hopped Sour

The number of Southern Resident Killer Whales is at a 30 year low with only 73 alive on the planet today. One serious threat to their continued survival, beyond chemical

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Vancouver Island Brewing and Land & Sea Brewing Co. Collaboration-Deadhead Hazy Session IPA

This hazy session IPA is named after the Southern Resident Killer Whale K-27, also known as Deadhead. The Orca’s name, as you can probably guess, is in honour of Jerry

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Gladstone Brewing- Red Ale

Gladstone’s Red Ale pours a deep amber with a solid off-white head that lingers with some lace. It has low carbonation and a medium body. Old school, west coast hops

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