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Jan 8, 2020

Things are starting to heat up after the holiday lull, other than the weather, that is. We have a bunch of tap takeovers, a pop-up event, and a beer tasting seminar this week to keep you busy and out of the snow.

Tonight, The Train Station pub in Kelowna is hosting a Kootenay breweries tap takeover, where they will be pouring beers from Nelson, Fernie, Mt Begbie, and White Tooth, alongside their limited edition collab beer, Powder Highway.

Also tonight, Malones in Vancouver is hosting a Vancouver Island Brewing tap takeover, where they will have several of their beers on tap, along with live music and prize giveaways.

On Sunday West Craft will be holding their second Sunday Service pop-up event at Prototype Coffee in Vancouver, where they will be pouring a selection of beers from Garden Path Fermentation, Dwinell Country Ales, Chuckanut Brewery, Hill Farmstead Brewery, Three Magnets Brewing, and Nickel Brook Brewing. Beer sale proceeds go to support the Greater Vancouver Food Bank.

Next Thursday, The Red Accordion in Vancouver is hosting a Jester King tap takeover, where they will be pouring 6 sought after beers from this acclaimed Austin, Texas brewery, and will be giving away some swag. 

That same night, Joe Wiebe is hosting a seminar at Vessel Liquor, where he will be guiding people through eight of his favourite beers 2019, while sharing his insights on them, and talking about what to expect in 2020 for BC craft beer.

Later in the month, Weathered Beer Celebration returns to Vancouver’s Heritage Hall for its sophomore year on the 25th and 26th. Weathered is a curated beer and art event, celebrating imperial stouts, barley wines, extreme hops, wild ales, and lambic. Tickets for session 1 on Saturday are now sold out, but there’s still tickets left for session 2 on Saturday and the Sunday session; however, they are moving quickly, so don’t sleep on it!
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