Vancouver Craft Beer Week Celebrates 10 Years

Vancouver’s premier craft beer festival is celebrating a significant milestone this year, reaching a full decade of operations. It’s not hard to remember the very humble beginnings of the VCBW. The very first event had only 15 breweries and no more than 100 or so participants. As it grew, the venues changed and the festival […]

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Is Corn Syrup in Beer a Bad Thing?

So the biggest news coming out of the Superbowl today is a debate over a commercial that provoked some serious backlash. If you haven’t seen it already, Bud Light ran a campaign poking fun at both Miller Light and Coors Light for their use of corn syrup in their beer. Here’s the ad: Now is […]

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Our 2018 Craft Beer Predictions Scorecard

At the beginning of the year, we published an article with some of our predictions for what would happen with craft beer in 2018. So now that the year is nearly done, let’s look back and see how we did. 1. Bring on the Gueuze (Wrong) Sadly we were wrong on this one, I think […]

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How to Pour the Perfect Pint of Beer

Pouring a perfect pint isn’t complicated, but it does make a huge impact to the overall enjoyment of a beer. Whether you’re pouring from a tap or from a can or bottle, the key here is to release a good amount of carbonation so that you get a nice foamy head in the glass. Now […]

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BC Breweries to Watch for in 2019

BC continues to be a hot bed of activity when it comes to the growth of craft beer, but things are starting to change. While there was a flurry of activity within the greater Vancouver area a few years back, the amount of breweries in Vancouver seems to have leveled off, at least for the […]

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