Vancouver’s North Shore – Old Neighbourhood, New Experiences

When I first decided to pursue a career as a professional mountain biker, I made the move to Vancouver’s North Shore to live with fellow riders Eric Lawrenuk and Jordie Lunn. These guys are good friends of mine who were always motivated and hungry to compete and continually push their riding. That was in 2009 … Continued

Hops & Harvest in Quesnel Kicks Off the Harvest Season

The City of Quesnel, in partnership with the BC Ale Trail, is hosting the very first Long Table Dinner on September 7th to celebrate the community’s place on the Northern BC Ale Trail. Held at the Hosting Precinct just outside the West Fraser Centre in downtown Quesnel, the Hops & Harvest event showcases local businesses, … Continued

Richmond Night Market lets you eat yourself silly after a day of exploring Richmond’s craft beer scene

Richmond is located in the Metro Vancouver region of the lower mainland and is a diverse community of over 200,000, with nearly 75% of that population claiming Asian heritage. A popular attraction from May to October every year is the Richmond Night Market, held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and statutory holiday Monday evenings from 7pm … Continued

The new BC Ale Trail app lets users explore BC’s craft breweries and collect rewards

With more than 100 craft breweries on the BC Ale Trail, how many can you visit? The BC Ale Trail has officially launched its own mobile app, showcasing Ale Trail breweries throughout British Columbia and rewarding beer drinkers for exploring the BC Ale Trail. “We’re really proud of what we’ve created. We’ve been working on … Continued

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