Batch 44 Brewery & Kitchen Puts Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast Ale Trail

Hyper-local staycations are a great way to support local tourism businesses on the BC Ale Trail. Matt Cavers shares his recent family staycation in Sechelt on the Sunshine Coast Ale Trail. Between two waters If you look for it on a map, downtown Sechelt almost isn’t there. Perched on a kilometre-wide neck of land between … Continued

Find BC Craft Breweries at Community Farmers’ Markets this Summer

It’s been a heck of a few months as COVID-19 brought disruption across much of our daily life. However, it’s also given us the opportunity to rediscover our own backyards, communities, and incredible surroundings. While many things haven’t been easy since the public health emergency began, it’s been inspiring to see family and friends, neighbours … Continued

Getting Crafty With Beer in The Kitchen

From hand to table Your recipe calls for wine. You’re a beer drinker. What do you do? Don’t worry, I didn’t know if using beer in cooking was the best idea either. But then, as an experiment, I tried it. One of the main things I love about beer is that there’s always an element … Continued

 Cascadian Beer Podcast: Cannery Brewing and Bad Tattoo Brewing

In this episode, Aaron visits Cannery Brewing and Bad Tattoo Brewing in Penticton, BC. “In the Okanagan Valley is the small British Columbia town of Penticton. In recent years, this town has seen a boom in local breweries opening their doors. So much so that Lonely Planet named Penticton Canada’s “craft beer capital” for the … Continued

Vancouver’s North Shore Ale Trail Expands With Six New Breweries

Vancouver’s North Shore Ale Trail expands with six new breweries Vancouver’s North Shore craft beer scene is growing and the BC Ale Trail is keeping pace. We’ve added six more breweries to the Vancouver’s North Shore  Ale Trail, which now invites beer lovers to visit 10 craft breweries among the many other culinary experiences and … Continued

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