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Brewers Association Supports Independent Bloggers and Writers with new seal

Recently, the U.S. Brewers Association launched a new facet of their Independent Craft Seal initiative: the ability for advocates of craft beer (including magazines and websites like this one) to

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Business Of Beer Vancouver Island

HarbourCats, Red Arrow hit a home run with new beer options

Red Arrow and the HarbourCats have entered into a multi-year agreement for Red Arrow to be the primary beer provider at Wilson’s Group Stadium.

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Coca-Cola gets a premium makeover for new range

Coca-Cola launches a new series of ‘Signature Mixers’ aimed at the premium spirits market.

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Rustic Reel Brewing’s Susi Foerg profiled in Kelowna Now

A few years ago I visited Persephone Brewing on the Sunshine Coast and loved how inviting, casual, and unpretentious it was; it felt like a big family, with kids and dogs playing on the grass… I wanted to create that kind of place here.

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Monks launch legal fight to protect water purity of Trappist beer

As keepers of one of only 14 abbeys in the world producing Trappist beer, the monks of Notre-Dame de Saint-Rémy, in Rochefort, are dogged defenders of the purity of the

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Business Of Beer Politics & Advocacy

Craft beer has forced big brands to embrace honesty in advertising

The way beer is advertised has been transformed in recent years. Partly due to legal restrictions, but also because of the threat that the craft movement has brought.

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Scholarship aims to increase diversity in craft beer industry

Dominion City Brewing partnering with Niagara College An Ottawa brewery is hoping to challenge the perception that craft beer is just for hipster bros by offering a scholarship aimed at

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British craft beer boom stalls as big drinks companies muscle in

Eight new breweries open in past year, down from 390 the year before The UK’s craft beer boom has stalled in the past year, with eight new breweries opening compared with 390

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Rustic Reel looking forward to serving Kelowna craft ‘beerhopping’ crowd

Rustic Reel owner Susi Foerg was interviewed by Kelowna Now at her under-construction brewery.

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Metro Vancouver Politics & Advocacy

Delta council rejects Four Winds application

Mayor George Harvie had some pointed comments about the Century Group on Monday as the majority of council voted to reject an application by Four Winds Brewing to add a new facility at the Southlands.

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City of North Van fast-tracks Shipyards Brewery District

They’re all but tapping the kegs in the City of North Vancouver. Council voted unanimously last week to fast track some rule changes that will make it easier for a

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Hatchery Brewing Changes Planned Name to Slackwater Brewing

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Effective immediately – Penticton’s newest craft brewery, set to open its doors early summer in the old Mule Nightclub at 218 Martin St, will be changing its name

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