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HOP FIGHT: Doubling Down on IPA

By What's Brewing
  • October 16, 2018
It’s hop harvest season! So we went out and got ourselves some serious modern IPAs to taste. It was the first time the Panel would be rating IPAs, so we wanted hops, and lots of ’em. But a funny thing happened to IPAs in the years we were busy rating all those other styles.
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Matching Wits: A White Beer Spotlight

By What's Brewing
  • July 15, 2018
Every three months, What’s Brewing huddles with Jordan Knott of Legacy Liquor Store to source out a batch of beers that match the seasonal theme of our next magazine, but which are also available well in advance, for our panelists.
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Brewery Tours: good for beer lovers, good for breweries

By Lynn McIlwee
  • April 18, 2018
With the surge of breweries in the BC Lower Mainland, a number of bus tour companies have jumped on the opportunity to engage with craft beer drinkers. Canadian Craft Tours are fully engaged in BC’s craft beer, spirits, and wine scene with tours in Vancouver and surrounding areas, including the Fraser Valley, Victoria, Nanaimo, Whistler/Squamish, and the Okanagan.
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Cider vs. Cider: the Tasting Panel Fall Harvest Edition

By What's Brewing
  • October 17, 2017
What's Brewing presents its Tasting Panel feature in each quarterly magazine. This round, we decided to take a break from beer. In honour of the fall apple harvest, we proudly present a  showcase of some of BC's outstanding craft ciders.
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Books In Review: My Beer Year by Lucy Burningham

By Ted Child
  • October 16, 2017
My Beer Year would be perfect reading for those thinking of taking the Cicerone or BJCP exam, or like me, have just finished. Even better, I think, would be those in the beer vortex of studying who might be able to convince themselves that this book still qualifies as studying or who just need a break from style guidelines.
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