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Stanley Park Brewing Releases Pump The Caribbean Hazy IPA

As the latest addition to their sapling series, Stanley Park Brewing has launched Pump The Caribbean Hazy IPA. Coming in at 6.6% Alc/Vol and 37 IBU, Pump the Caribbean is a super tropical Hazy IPA pumped up with additions of pineapple puree and Sabro hops, that give it a strong coconut flavour.

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🍻 New Fresh-Hop Hommelbier Debuts at Main St. Brewing this Friday! 🍻

Coming at you as FRESH HOP SEASON (or saison in this case) is upon us, and so too is Main St. Brewing’s new ‘Before the Fall’ Hommelbier, which makes its debut in the Main St. tap room and select local LDB and private stores this Friday, Sept. 3!

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Andina Brewing Releases Añoro Double Dry Hopped IPA

A brand new IPA loaded with two doses of Nelson Sauvin and Citra hops! Bursting with melon, grape and berry notes and coming in at 7%ABV this beer is great for any IPA fan!

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Cannery Brewing Releases It’s My Hop Party and I’ll Cryo If I Want To

We’re excited to announce the fifth beer in our It’s Not Magic, It’s Science series. Our newest beer release is called It’s My Hop Party and I’ll Cryo If I Want To. It’s a Cold IPA.

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Old Yale Brewing Releases Azacca Simcoe Triple IPA

Calling all hop heads, this one’s for you! Big, bold and beautiful, our Triple IPA is double dry hopped with heaps of Azacca, Simcoe and Citra hops. The aromas of ripe Mango, Passionfruit and juicy Tangerine soften and mellow the mouthfeel of this adventurously hoppy beer.

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Old Yale Brewing Releases Passion Fruit Peach Ale for Jak’s Liquor Stores

Passion Fruit and Peach come together to create a vibrantly delicious combination in our newest limited release. Now available on tap in the Tasting Room and sold exclusively at Jak’s Liquor Stores in 473ml 4-packs.

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Andina Brewing Releases Blueberry 🫐🥭 Mango Sour + Double 🐋 IPA

We are so excited to be releasing two bangers today! The first is our new double IPA, Espesa. The second beer is Antojo, our new blueberry mango sour!

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The Phillips BC & Alberta Benefit Brews are Hitting Shelves Now!

In BC, the 2021 Benefit Brew will be supporting Habitat Acquisition Trust’s (HAT) The Mountain Road Forest Campaign and in AB, the 2021 Benefit Brew will be aiding Project Forest in all their conservation efforts. Both of these organizations will be receiving 100% of proceeds from the sale of these special brews to help with their stewardship of vital ecological reserves.

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Andina Brewing Releases RECUERDO – Dragonfruit Kiwi Sour 🐲 🥝

The delicious and subtle fruit flavours of dragonfruit and kiwi come together in this sour ale to make an amazingly refreshing summer beer.

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Foamers’ Folly Releases Here Comes the Haze Pale Ale

Doo doo doo doo we could not be more excited to add Here Comes the Haze to our lineup. After launching this beer exclusively in our lounge, and listening to the clamours for it to be canned, we couldn’t not listen. So here it is! Available in cans across the province!

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🍻 Cheers!! B.C. Craft Breweries Release 50+ New Beers for Summer

B.C.’s craft breweries are releasing the perfect drinks just in time for summer celebrations – in the form of 50+ new summer-inspired beers! Many of these beers are special, limited edition releases, and some are only available at the breweries themselves. But now that travel restrictions have been lifted it’s OK to explore the province to visit breweries in other communities. Road trip anyone?!?

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🍻 Not One but TWO New Hazy IPA Brews from Main St. Brewing! 🍻

Betty showcases flavours of passionfruit and lime zest and the complex aromas of the New Zealand terroir in every can. On the flip side, Bruce is big and hazy — just what you want in an IPA.

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