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Kelowna’s Longest-Serving Craft Brewery Is Reborn

By What's Brewing
In the Fall issue of What's Brewing magazine, we told you that Freddy’s Brewpub of Kelowna had closed for remodelling during 2020. It turned out to be a good use of time during the onset of the pandemic, and now Freddy's is back and ready to roll. Check out the impressive list of changes made to Kelowna's original brewpub.
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A Brief History of Northern BC Brewing

By Adam Arthur
It took most of the 30 years since What’s Brewing was first billed as “The Magazine of the Campaign For Real Ale British Columbia” for craft brewing to take off in Prince George and Northern BC as a whole.
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Spinnakers Gastro Brewpub

By Navin Autar
Canada’s first purpose-built gastro brewpub brings you Victoria’s largest selection of traditionally crafted brews and pub fare with a local twist. A covered & heated waterfront patio, a dining & taproom with a view, a place to spend the night, growler fills and menu of local seasonal fare makes Spinnakers an essential taste of Victoria.
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Tacofino pleases with its “Hastings Outpost” beer dinner series

By Brian K. Smith
Tacofino’s iconic menu is served with many types of beverages in its many locations, but at its Hastings Commissary outlet there are eight taps of BC craft beer for the ultimate pairing experience. Now they’ve taken the marriage of beer and tacos one step further with a series of beer pairing dinners, running monthly until July 2019.
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New Craft Pub Comes To Powell River

By Paddy Treavor
The Wildwood Public House, previously known as the Red Lion, purported to be Powell River’s first neighbourhood pub, is weeks away from opening. There is a lot of buzz about the Wildwood, locally and in craft beer circles.
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