The Port Moody Ale Trail is Vancouver’s Best Kept Secret

Special Guest Blog by Local Wanderer We recently visited the Port Moody Ale Trail, and we had the BEST weekend sitting on patios, sipping craft beer, and indulging in yummy tacos. The BC Ale Trail has come a long way since our original road trip along Vancouver Island’s “beer belt,” and you can find a ton of craft beer … Continued

Following the Ale Trail “Up Island”

If you know anyone who lives on Vancouver Island – or if you’re an Islander yourself – you’ll be familiar with the term “up island.” This can mean anything from a half-hour’s drive north of Victoria over the Malahat to the five-and-a-half hour long haul up to Port Hardy. And there’s a whole lot to … Continued

Fest of Ale Proves Beer Flows Strongly in Wine Country

British Columbia’s beer scene looked very different back in 1996: blander, less diverse, with fewer places to drink quality beer and fewer than 20 breweries across the province. And yet, in the middle of the Okanagan’s burgeoning wine country, a beer festival was born. “I can hardly remember back then because it’s 21 years ago,” says … Continued

Fresh Hopping Along the Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast breweries are making beer with locally produced fresh hops, whether they were grown in a hop yard in Gibsons or in a backyard in Powell River. Craft beer drinkers in British Columbia love hops. Most of us have lost count of all the super-hoppy, tongue-curling IPAs we’ve tasted from BC breweries. Cider makers are even starting to … Continued

Exploring Craft Beer in Whistler

The craft beer scene in Whistler is evolving and becoming a popular destination for “beercationers.” One of BC’s best craft beer festivals is the Whistler Village Beer Festival, which this year spanned four days with the main festival on Saturday and Sunday, along with several satellite events around town all week. Despite some rain (except, luckily, … Continued

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