OFFICIAL JOHN MITCHELL TRIBUTE ALE CELEBRATES 40 YEARS OF CRAFT BEER IN CANADA Announcing John Mitchell Signature Cascadian Dark Ale. It's a collab beer fundraiser whose complete proceeds will benefit a brewing school scholarship created in John's name.
By Jeremiah Thunderfoot
Did COVID kill craft beer’s momentum? Is this wave of the craft beer revolution over? The returns are in: 2020 could have been a lot worse. With the opening of La Cerveceria Astilleros, BC avoids recording the first year since 2013 with fewer than 20 brewery openings. Find out how that fits into the big picture of the #BCCraftBeer revolution in this special look at 2020.Issue: Winter 2020-21
By What's Brewing
The BC Craft Brewers Guild is set to present their fourth annual BC Craft Brewers Conference in early February 2021 in virtual format. Tickets are on sale now. To find out more about how the conference will work, we had a word with the Guild's Executive Director, Ken Beattie.Issue: Winter 2020-21
By What's Brewing
Events make up an important pillar of the craft beer movement. As part of our Summer 2020 Special Issue, we present a few words from people like Leah Heneghan, Rick Green, Amanda Barry-Butchart and Lundy Dale who helped establish some of BC's most important event traditions between 2010-2011.Issue: Summer 2020
By Adam Chatburn
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?Issue: Spring 2020
By Dave Smith
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.