Here’s what we’re hoarding like toilet paper this week…
Malawi by Dageraad Brewing
Belgian-style pale ale • 5.2% ABV • 473 mL tall cans
Malawi is a Belgian-style pale ale from Burnaby’s Dageraad Brewing, brewed with African grains of paradise and hopped with Styrian Celeia hops. Malawi is one of 300 unique beers being brewed all around the world for the Brewgooder Global Gathering in support of clean water infrastructure in Malawi, with $2 from every four-pack sold donated to help build wells for 100,000 people.
You can order Dageraad beers for delivery in Vancouver, Burnaby and New Westminster here.
Wowawasa by Four Winds Brewing Co.
Gose • 4.6% ABV • 16 IBU • 473 mL tall cans
This gooseberry gosé by Delta’s Four Winds Brewing is also a Brewgooder charity beer. Wowawasa is the Chichewa word for “sour” which suits this light, tart, herbaceous ale. Partial proceeds from the sale of Wowawasa are going directly to Brewgooder so that more people have access to clean drinking water. Wowawasa is available to purchase in four-pack tall cans in the Four Winds tasting room right now, as well as online.
You can order Four Winds beers for delivery province-wide here.
Just Peachy by Coast Mountain Brewing
Hazy pale ale • 4.5% ABV • 473 mL tall cans
Just Peachy by Whistler’s Coast Mountain Brewing is a Pink Boots Collaboration Day Brew in honour of International Women’s Day, with proceeds benefitting educational scholarships and programming for women interested in careers in brewing. Just Peachy features the Pink Boots hop blend from Yakima Chief Hops, which includes Azacca, Loral, Idaho Gem and El Dorado. To finish it off, the beer was also brewed with 60 pounds of peach gummy candies.
You can order Coast Mountain beers for delivery in Whistler here.
- The Spring 2020 issue of The Growler is out now! You can find B.C.’s favourite craft beer and cider guide at your local brewery, cidery, select private liquor stores, and on newsstands across the province.