The craft beer enthusiasts group CAMRA Vancouver came into being in 2003. It was one of the most motivated and dynamic groups of people I’ve ever had the privilege to work with. So how has a branch with close to 1,500 paid members at one point now become largely defunct?
In Part III of our trilogy on Kwantlen Polytechnic University's brewing program, we meet a true legend of the brewing industry, in BC and internationally. Nancy More has done a lot for women in the brewing world in her 40 years working with beer.
Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Brewing & Brewery Operations program was crowned champion at the BC Beer Awards in October 2019. In Part I of our Winter issue cover story, we look at what makes this story unique in Canada.
KPU's Brewing and Brewery Operations program is the only brewing diploma of its kind in BC and the first brewing program in Canada to be recognized by the Master Brewers Association for offering a high standard of brewing education.
Image: Instagram/Craft Collective Beerworks This year, I was surprised to learn that Ontario has a massive contract brewing scene, to the extent that dozens of “breweries” have no brick-and-mortar space…