The best beer in B.C. (according to Twitter)

Driftwood Brewery’s Fat Tug IPA is B.C.’s best beer. That’s not according to brewers, experts or cicerones, but thousands of Twitter users. CBC reporter and B.C.’s top bracket maker Justin McElroy just spent the last couple of weeks creating a tournament […]

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Lessons from Pandemic Drinking

The last six months have been an interesting and trying experience, to say the least. They have taught me a lot about myself, my family and my relationship to my home and work. Most importantly, they’ve taught me some crucial […]

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The “herstory” of beer

Ever since beer has been brewed, women have played an important role in brewing. Beer has long been thought of as a man’s drink. Growing up in the 1980s, I recall a Budweiser ad featuring three “Bud girls” lying on […]

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Change your relationship with booze

Now is the time to examine the role alcohol plays in your life and find the consumption that is right for you Three years ago, Karen Belfry agreed to try her first Dry January. Belfry was a brewer at Lake […]

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Brewer vs. Brewer: The Langley Edition

Langley is one of the hottest beer towns in B.C. right now. Since Trading Post Brewing opened in 2016, there has been a surge of new breweries, including Five Roads, Farm Country, Camp Beer, and most recently, Smugglers’ Trail Cask […]

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