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Kelowna’s Longest-Serving Craft Brewery Is Reborn

By What's Brewing
In the Fall issue of What's Brewing magazine, we told you that Freddy’s Brewpub of Kelowna had closed for remodelling during 2020. It turned out to be a good use of time during the onset of the pandemic, and now Freddy's is back and ready to roll. Check out the impressive list of changes made to Kelowna's original brewpub.
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AFTER TEN YEARS: STILL HERE FOR THE BEER

By Dave Smith
Our two-part Fall 2020 cover story, featuring Just Here For The Beer Radio, is a tale of bold adventure. But it’s not just about a business. It’s about pursuing a dream, even in the face of tragic loss. Here's how Rick Mohabir met Colin Jack, and how the duo joined forces with veteran broadcaster Joe Leary to create Canada’s original and longest-running all-beer talk show.
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Welton Brings British Beer Back To BC

By Adam Chatburn
A few months back, What’s Brewing reported that Kelowna’s Boundary Brewing had closed. It was a sad day, but a second act was about to begin, as Welton Brewery poured their first newly-brewed beers in their tasting room last month. Let's have a word with the proprietor, Simon Welton.
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New Craft Pub Comes To Powell River

By Paddy Treavor
The Wildwood Public House, previously known as the Red Lion, purported to be Powell River’s first neighbourhood pub, is weeks away from opening. There is a lot of buzz about the Wildwood, locally and in craft beer circles.
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What’s Bruin: The Career of Iain Hill

By J. Random
To BC’s current generation of craft beer enthusiasts, owner and brewer Iain Hill might be recognized as one of the brains behind Strange Fellows Brewing Company. His influence on BC’s beer scene, however, runs more broadly and deeply than even longtime fans might know.
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