Summer officially ends with Nanaimo’s #1 rhythm & brews fest
Vancouver has its big brewery parking lot music festival: the Truck Stop Concert Series, at Red Truck Brewing from June through August. Victoria has the Phillips Backyard Weekender every July. Making it a trifecta is the one with the best name: Nanaimo’s Longwoodstock, naturally based out of Longwood Brewery’s own back lot at the end of summer every September. Looks like attendees this Saturday will witness a massive display of talent. Preview below. View event | Tickets
It’s Oktoberfest Season. Do Your Wurst
It’s the autumnal equinox equivalent of St. Patrick’s Day in the spring. You feel kinda silly if you go all in and get Germanic for a day. But Oktoberfest only comes once a year, so it’s OK to go out and get lederhosen.
You’re only doing it wrong if you choose a Teutonic tipple with lousy lagers. With all the craft-centric options out there at BC’s breweries, you can have a stein-tingling good time and still be bier smart. So get out there and do your wurst. Here’s our list of BC craft-oberfest events:
Four Winds raising funds with Winded 2018
Join Four Winds Brewing this Saturday as they gather, run, drink and celebrate community while raising money for Deltassist Family & Community Services. Sign-in is at 9 am. The 5 Km run begins at 10 am. View event & register ≫
PS: Welcome to our newest Community Partner, Philipchalk & Associates Chartered Professional Accountants. They specialize in serving craft breweries, and have some interesting things to say. Preview below. Check out our Q&A with Josh Philipchalk ≫