Squamish has a thirst for craft

Squamish is brewing, roasting, fermenting and distilling its way into our hearts   There’s got to be something in the water. Squamish has an insatiable appetite for a lot of things: climbing mountains, jumping off of mountains, and riding mountains— […]

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10 uses for your surplus suds

We’ve probably all found ourselves at some point or another with the unusual dilemma of having unwanted beer. Whether it’s cans of Coors Light left in the cooler that a bad friend brought to a party, a failed batch of […]

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B.C. brewers win big at World Beer Cup

It bills itself as the “Most Prestigious Beer Competition in the World”, and this year B.C. brewers proved they are among the best of the best. In all, B.C. breweries brought home nine medals—including three golds—from the World Beer Cup, […]

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The beers of Ballard

There’s a certain undeniable magic to Seattle. After all, this is the town that gave us Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain and Kenny G. Home of the 2014 Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks and the 1917 Stanley Cup champion Seattle Metropolitans. […]

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In praise of beer-flavoured beer

Dry-hopped sours. Barrel-aged stouts. Organic fruit-infused, coffee bean-fermented, hazy IPAs with lactose and unicorn farts. I love them all. Truly. But sometimes they can be a bit much. What ever happened to beer that tastes like… beer? Beer that’s simple, […]

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Siris Cask Festival coming to Vancouver

The Siris Cask Festival is returning in June, and this time you won’t have to schlep all the way out to Port Coquitlam to enjoy it. Named after Siris, the original goddess of beer in pre-Sumerian mythology, the festival features […]

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