All of Vice & Virtue Brewing Co.’s beers have vice-and-virtue-themed names, such as Love Potion Raspberry BerlinerVice, the two on the left, The Giver Pale Ale and The Humble Canuck Pale Ale. Steve MacNaull. Originally Posted: Aug 10, 2018 Updated Aug 10, 2018
James Windsor’s favourite beer is always the last one he made.
“So, that means my current go-to is The Humble Canuck, a B.C. pale ale made with local rye,” said the brewer from Kelowna’s Vice & Virtue Brewing Co.
“It’s floral and fruity with some toffee and spice flavours.”
But favourites can change on a dime.
Windsor’s working on The Brut, and upon its release it will become the new most-adored.
“Brut is associated with dry and Champagne in the wine world, and The Brut will be a dry ale, very Champagne-like,” he said.
Vice & Virtue is the newest beer maker in Kelowna. Its brewery, tasting room and restaurant just opened last month at 1033 Richter St., in the city’s industrial North End.
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