Penticton Takes Over the Taps at St. Augustine’s

Penticton Ale Trail Coming to Vancouver on March 8th

For Immediate Release

February 28, 2018

Penticton, BC. The Penticton Ale Trail is taking a road trip to Vancouver. All five Penticton craft breweries that make up the Penticton Ale Trail are bringing a taste of Penticton’s finest craft beers to Vancouver. They are taking over the taps at St. Augustine’s Craft Brew House and Kitchen on Thursday March 8th.

Caroline Levy, General Manager of St. Augustine’s said, “Penticton was recently named by as one of Canada’s Best Beer Towns. Many of us in Vancouver enjoy visiting Penticton and they have a great craft beer scene there. We are stoked to bring some of the great craft beers from Penticton to our customers here at St. Augustine’s.”

The Penticton Ale Trail, a part of the BC Ale Trail, is comprised of five craft breweries. The five craft breweries that make up the vibrant craft beer scene in Penticton include some of BC’s oldest and some of BC’s newest craft breweries. Penticton is also home to one of BC’s longest running craft beer festivals, the Okanagan Fest of Ale.

The five Penticton craft breweries include Bad Tattoo Brewing, the Barley Mill Brew Pub, Cannery Brewing, Highway 97 Brewery and Tin Whistle Brewing. Levy explained, “Each brewery will be featuring five beers during the tap takeover, for a total of 25 craft beers from Penticton on tap for this one night only.”

The tap takeover begins at 5:30pm at St. Augustine’s at 2360 Commercial Drive in Vancouver. A number of the team members from each of the Penticton craft breweries will be attending, so you can meet the teams and ask questions.

Levy continued, “There will also be prizes throughout the night including beer swag from the breweries and a fantastic grand prize. With every flight or glass purchased at the #PentictonAleTrail Tap Takeover, guests will receive an entry form to win the grand prize of a Penticton getaway! The grand prize includes a 2-night stay at the Ramada Penticton from April 13-15, 2018 for 2 adults, 2 weekend passes for the 2018 Okanagan Fest of Ale, plus a personal tour and a $50 gift certificate for each of the 5 Penticton breweries.” Now that is a grand prize!


For further information, contact:

Kim Lawton
Marketing Director
Cannery Brewing
[email protected]

For additional information on St. Augustine’s, visit
For more information about the BC Ale Trail, visit and
For more about Penticton, visit

Social media:

  • #BCAleTrail & #PentictonAleTrail

About the BC Ale Trail:

In partnership with Destination British Columbia and the BC Craft Brewers Guild, the BC Ale Trail emphasizes how a visit to or around British Columbia is enhanced with a pint of craft beer culture. With an increasing preference for local craft beer in BC and growth of artisanal beer in North America, the BC Ale trail embraces the “buy local” movement, helps showcase independent breweries, and connects visitors with the unique culture at the heart of communities all over the province. The Penticton Ale Trail is one of the many ale trails featured around the province.


Penticton Ale Trail Tap Takeover at St. Augustine’s

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