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Thrillist lists Seven Irish Beers You Should Try That Aren’t Guinness

Despite being almost intrinsically linked to beer, it’s almost tragic that Ireland isn’t better known for its burgeoning brew scene. Thanks to government-enacted legislative changes and direct government support for

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Fraser Valley People of Beer

Women Brewing Up A Storm: Langley’s Sarah Maryschuk

As part of our International Women’s Day coverage, Beer Me BC is pleased to feature a story published on the Worthy community about Fort Langley’s Sarah Maryschuk, of KPU Brewing School

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BC Breweries & Cideries Business Of Beer Vancouver Island

Wolf Brewing’s new ownership spotlighted in business news

Last month, it became public news that Nanaimo’s long-running Wolf Brewing (formerly Fat Cat) was changing hands. Recently, the new owners were spotlighted on BC Business Broker’s website. The new ownership group

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Penticton’s Cannery Brewing celebrates women with new brew

Cannery Brewing has been working on something special for the upcoming International Women’s Day on Mar. 8. The brewery took advantage of a special hop blend provided by Yakima Chief Hops

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Brewery releases magically delicious Lucky Charms-flavored beer

One of your favorite breakfast cereals will now be in beer form. Smartmouth Beer is launching a Lucky Charms-flavored beer called Saturday Morning Marshmallow IPA on March 2 in Virginia.

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BC Craft Spirits & Distilleries

Sooke craft distillery takes Gold at World Gin Awards

‘World’s Best Contemporary Gin’ made at craft distillery in Sooke If you’re looking to sample the best contemporary gin in the world, you’ll find it at Sheringham Distillery in Sooke.

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Brewery With Restaurant Proposed in Williams Lake

Williams Lake Council will be considering an application to amend its zoning bylaw to allow a proposed brewery with a restaurant at the former Greyhound depot on Donald Road. Fox

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Business Of Beer

Essay about racism at Michigan brewery is a wake-up call, says U.S. beer columnist

Yesterday, one story dominated my social-media feeds, as it did for anyone else whose Twitter list is mostly comprised of breweries and beer writers. This essay from Beer Kulture, a must-read site “that

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BC Breweries & Cideries

Breward Inlet reports that Fraser Mills Fermentation to debut in Port Moody

Local Tri-Cities beer blogger Carnell Turton of BrewardInlet.com has broken the news of yet another brewery operation coming to Port Moody. Take note: this brewery will sport some significant differences from

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Business Of Beer

Fuller’s, one of England’s great brewers, sells to Japan’s Asahi

Fuller, Smith & Turner PLC has accepted a blockbuster £250m offer for its entire drinks business from the Japanese beer group Asahi, including its flagship London Pride ale. “It’s a very sad day to see such a well-known, historic and respected name exit the brewing business,” said Camra’s chairman, Jackie Parker.

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Should Victoria adopt ‘booze on the beach’ concept like other Canadian cities?

Are you keen to enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of beer on a beach or in a park in Victoria? Public consumption of alcohol is still illegal

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Coquitlam Craft Beer Festival declared ‘municipally significant’

An annual Tri-Cities beer bash has been declared municipally significant by Coquitlam city council so it can get a liquor permit. Organizers of the Coquitlam Craft Beer Festival, put on

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