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Fuggles & Warlock – Fusion West Coast IPA

With all the styles of beers available in the craft beer world, one thing is for certain: people do love their IPAs. Over the years, we have seen so many

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Smugglers’ Trail Caskworks – Orion 1-1 Poppyseed IPA

Smugglers’ Trail Caskworks co-owners Steve Gregorig and Jamie Overgaard started brewing through Craft Collective Beerworks out of Vancouver in 2017 with a goal right from the start to open up

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Bridge Brewing – Oranges,The New Black

From the creators of Black Rye IPA and Bourbon Blood Orange wheat ale, this beer seems to fit right in with Bridge Brewing’s seasonal line up!  I’m a sucker for

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Torchlight Brewing – Awesome Flavour Hazy IPA

Established in 2014, and set in picturesque Nelson, BC, Torchlight Brewing has certainly become a pleasant addition to the brew scene there. We seldom get Torchlight beers in Vancouver, so when

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Parallel 49 Frosted Tips IPA

A frosty new wind has blown into town, and with it a new trend: the Winter IPA. Alongside local debuts from Vancouver Island Brewing and Dead Frog we find Frosted

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Yellow Dog x Trolley 5 Fist Bump Blackberry Red IPA

Here’s a collaboration with a fun story. Two breweries with the same name for a beer– High 5–put their hands together and came up with a fist bump. The liquid

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4 Mile Brewing – Grapefruit IPA

4 Mile Brewing Co. is the packaging brewery located alongside the very respectable Four Mile House brewpub on the highway west of Victoria. Here we consider their Grapefruit IPA. Apparent successor

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Moody Ales – Boss Juice Hazy Double IPA

Boss Juice is a strong IPA that bridges the gap between “Old School” and “New School” traditions. It satisfies the hophead and the juicy IPA fan alike. It’s unfiltered, but

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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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Ravens + Moody Brut IPA

Ravens Brewing of Abbotsford has collaborated with Port Moody’s Moody Ales to produce another BC entry in the Brut IPA category. Pioneered in San Francisco, the style involves the use

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