The third annual Penticton Beer Week is well underway!
Celebrating Penticton’s vibrant beer community by bringing all of Pentiction’s breweries together for a charitable collaboration brew and a host of Covid-minded events, the week runs until October 23rd. It officially kicked off over the weekend with the Penticton Beer Run.
Neighbourhood Brewing hosted the rest of Penticton’s breweries (Abandoned Rail, Bad Tattoo Brewing, Barley Mill Pub, Cannery Brewing, Highway 97 Brewery, Slackwater Brewing, and Tin Whistle Brewing) to make this special collab. Mike Coghill, owner of Neighbourhood Brewing explained in a press release, “This limited release beer is called Do Good, which is a Golden Sour with Honey and Citrus. It was brewed in collaboration with all of Penticton’s craft breweries to celebrate Penticton Beer Week and the community we live in. A slightly tart and sweet creation, Do Good is a perfect beer to celebrate what makes Penticton so great.”
There’s nothing we like more than a charitable collab! Partial proceeds of the Do Good Golden Sour benefit the Ooknakane Friendship Centre, an Aboriginal not-for-profit society committed to providing holistic, culturally-driven programs and services designed to support, educate and strengthen people of all nations.
Do Good is available on tap at the breweries; but, never fear! Those of us who are not able to head up to Penticton to imbibe, um, “help” celebrate, can also find the 473ml cans at select private liquor stores across the province.
For a list of all Penticton Beer Week events, culminating in Oktoberfest Saturday at the Barking Parrot (complete with exclusive casks and free steins!), click here.