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Wildeye Brewing – Barrel-Aged Fruit Stouts with Brett

In this review, Beer Me BC is pleased to preview an upcoming What’s Brewing BC feature series on the North Vancouver brewing scene. Here, we spotlight one of the Lower  Continue Reading…

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Vice & Virtue – To Be Frank Coffee Stout

Vice & Virtue Brewing brings a refined beer aesthetic to Kelowna. Many of their well-received creations are light, fruity sours…but one of the creations we sampled recently is right on  Continue Reading…

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Trench Brewing- Six Mile Stout

If you travel north from the Canada-US border on Highway 97 you will experience drastic changes in geography, climate and culture. Long after you have left the mild climate of  Continue Reading…

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BNA Brewing – Tennessee Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Milk Stout

The almost 5 year old brewery with a huge history to its name and building in Kelowna, continues to turn heads with their beers ,including this one, the Tennessee Bourbon  Continue Reading…

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Detonate Brewing – Sunday Funday Breakfast Stout

Originally scheduled to make its home in Kelowna BC, Detonate Brewing in the end located in Summerland (between Kelowna and Penticton) and became Summerland’s first craft brewery opening in February  Continue Reading…

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Main Street Lava Salted Mocha Stout

From Main Street Brewing comes the Lava Salted Mocha Stout. It pours as black as night, with a substantial head. The aroma is slighly salty, smoky, and chocolatey. On the palate,  Continue Reading…

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Foamers Folly – Equilibrium Imperial Coffee Milk Stout

Foamers’ Folly has been putting together some nice brews in recent times. Equilibrium is an example of that. As you can see, it pours very dark brown/black with a nice  Continue Reading…

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Andina Brewing – Cocolat Toasted Coconut Chocolate Stout

Since Head Brewer Ben Greenberg joined #YeastVan’s Andina Brewing in mid-2018, there has been a noticeable uptick in the appeal and quality of the big yellow brewery’s beers. It is  Continue Reading…

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Lighthouse Brewing – Keepers Stout

On St. Patricks Day, the popular beer of choice is either a green tinted lager ( and really, why would you ever do that to good beer!) or an Irish  Continue Reading…

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Field House Brewing – Oldhand Flat White Oatmeal Stout

Silky smooth, with a rich, decadent mouthfeel. That’s not marketing copy; that’s the legitimate impression this beer leaves on the stout lover. In fact, those that don’t think they like  Continue Reading…

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