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Beer Town BC: Penticton featured on Lonely Planet

Penticton has made a name for itself in the past decade as a must-visit beer destination. However, this latest feature by Lonely Planet may be the town’s biggest scoop yet.

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Columnists & Editorials

10 Beverage Trends That Bartenders Are Happy to Leave In 2019

As we head into 2020, we find ourselves remembering the most hyped-up drinking fads of 2019 and wondering which are worth carrying into the future.

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Columnists & Editorials

Spread Holiday Cheer With a Good Mulled Beer

Forget mulled wine. This year stay warm with the spicy flavor of mulled beer!

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Columnists & Editorials Homebrewing

How to Homebrew an Award-Winning Hazy IPA

The country’s best New England-style IPA brewers, from NYC’s Other Half to Colorado’s WeldWerks, weigh in on the best hazy IPA homebrewing tips.

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Business Of Beer

‘Like an oatmeal stout with a twist,’ says Quebec brewer behind cricket beer

A pair of microbreweries in the Lower St-Lawrence have released a new signature beer that uses a surprising ingredient: thousands of roasted crickets.

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Business Of Beer

How much alcohol is in kombucha? B.C. health officials are testing to find out

Alcohol level of popular fermented drink can rise even as it sits on store shelves.

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Business Of Beer Columnists & Editorials

Everything You Need To Know About The Hottest Style Of Beer Right Now

There’s a flavour zone in beer that’s everywhere these days: acid. Thank increasingly popular sour beers.

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Columnists & Editorials Cooking with Beer

How to pair beer with food like a pro

If you’re one to find a beer you like and drink it with anything, or pair any beer with whatever you’re throwing on the barbecue, a Cicerone would argue that you’re missing out on the true potential of both the drink and the meal.

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Business Of Beer Columnists & Editorials

Your Crash Course in Becoming a Craft Beer Expert

So much beer; so little time. Here’s how—and where—to learn about the endlessly creative Western microbrew scene.

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Columnists & Editorials

11 Telltale Signs You’re in a Great Craft Beer Bar

In the beer industry, as any other, haters gonna hate. Still, there’s a lot to love in beer. And so VinePair canvassed brewery employees and community leaders across the country

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BC Breweries & Cideries Kootenay Rockies Travel & Beer Tourism

Nelson Spotlighted in BC Ale Trail Blog

Nelson Craft Beer: My High School Haunt is Hoppier Like a jewel on the West arm of Kootenay Lake, Nelson is known as the “Queen City” and for having “more restored

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Beer I.Q. Columnists & Editorials

The 54 Types of Craft Beer You Really Need to Know

We found more types of craft beer than the average beer drinker can keep up with! How many of these styles have you tried?

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