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As we head into the Victoria Day long weekend, we’ve got a great selection of beer events to keep you busy if you aren’t going camping. If you do though, make sure to take plenty of local craft beer with you!
Tonight, the Railway Cafe in Vancouver will be hosting a Collective Arts BC Musician Series showcase event and can release party. They will have performances from four up-and-coming BC bands and musicians to be featured on a limited-edition series of Jam Up the Mash dry hopped sour cans, which will be on special for the event.
On The Island on Saturday, The Drake in Victoria is hosting their annual Four Winds & Tacos Day. This special event aims to bring the Four Winds tasting room experience to Victoria with a mini tap takeover and a selection of delicious gourmet tacos being served all day.
In The Valley on Saturday, head to Fort Langley National Historic Site for the 2019 Fort Langley Beer & Food Festival. This outdoors event features 30 local craft breweries serving 80 beers, food trucks and vendors, axe throwing, and live music. Tickets even include entry to the fort!
On Monday in Vancouver, Storm Brewing is holding a Victoria Day loading dock party. They will be serving special brainstorm brews, ice cream floats, and full glasses of beer all afternoon.
On Wednesday, Steel & Oak Brewing will be taking over the taps at the Mackenzie Room in Vancouver for a special local seafood dinner. They will have 6 beers on tap and will be taking guests through each beer over the course of the meal.
Issue: Spring 2019
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