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In Profile: Ben Greenberg of Andina Brewing Co.

By What's Brewing
  • January 17, 2019
Bringing the vibrant flavours, scents and sounds of South America to British Columbia, Andina Brewing Company​ offers Vancouver a distinct experience in the craft beer landscape. Head Brewer Ben Greenberg came on board early in 2018. Let’s check in to see what’s new.
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In Profile: Michael Lewis & Three Ranges Brewing

By What's Brewing
  • January 10, 2019
It all started with owner Michael Lewis’ first trip to the mountains of Valemount, when he found himself thinking, “This place is amazing, but what does one do for work?” Rundi, his wife said, “You drink enough beer, why don’t you make it?” It became their long term dream, and in 2013 it became their brewery.
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Three Ranges Brewing

By Navin Autar
  • January 10, 2019
At Three Ranges Brewing Company we brew the beers we like to drink. We use the finest ingredients we can find, sourced as locally as possible, to make the biggest flavour beers we can.
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Persephone Brewing Company

By Navin Autar
  • December 19, 2018
Persephone Brewing Co. (pronounced per-SEF-uh-nee) is dedicated to quality of life, quality beer and quality of the ingredients that go into the production of craft-brewed beer.
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In Profile: Heather Perdue & Old Yale Brewing Co.

By What's Brewing
  • December 18, 2018
Old Yale Brewing has been on the scene since 1999, and in recent years has really gained momentum as well as recognition for the quality of their beers. We had a word with Marketing Manager Heather Perdue to find out what’s new at Old Yale.
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Whitetooth Brewing

By Navin Autar
  • December 16, 2018
Welcome to Whitetooth Brewing Co. If you're over 19 years of age, head on in. If not, enjoy being a kid and come on back on your 19th birthday.
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Steel & Oak Brewing Co.

By Navin Autar
  • November 20, 2018
Persephone Brewing Co. (pronounced per-SEF-uh-nee) is dedicated to quality of life, quality beer and quality of the ingredients that go into the production of craft-brewed beer.
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