Has Victoria's beer scene lost its edge?

It’s the city of newlyweds, nearly deads and die-hard hopheads. Victoria has laid claim to B.C.’s craft beer throne ever since Spinnakers opened as Canada’s first brewpub in 1984 and it’s given the city a cutting edge to slice through those musty stereotypes. But a […]

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The Curious Case of Murray Street

It was once a sleepy, little suburb that’s mutated suddenly into a craft beer hotspot. Since 2014, three breweries have opened along Port Moody’s Murray Street – Yellow Dog, Moody Ales and Twin Sails – revitalizing a declining industrial area […]

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Canadian Brewing Awards lands in Vancouver

If you read the headline, you’ll know that the Canadian Brewing Awards are coming to Vancouver. If you didn’t read it – well, how did you get here? Whatever the case, the Ontario-based CBAs are a huge deal for Canadian […]

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