From our Spring 2020 magazine, aka The Cider Issue: Longtime columnist J. Random breaks down the history of cider from Europe to British Columbia. --- About the time our ancestors came down from the trees, they developed a taste—or at least tolerance—for the alcohol that naturally develops in rotting fruit. These evolving hunter-gatherers might have fermented a beverage from collected fruit well before agriculture.Issue: Spring 2020
By Dave Smith
Once again, Expedia has come out with their list of top beer towns in the nation. The four from BC they picked are all definitely legit. Some others, maybe not so much. As somebody who travels only for beer, and only for beer, here's my Editor's Take on this list of theirs.
By Brian K. Smith
This past June I visited Montreal after a 4 year absence. It was like an alchemist had been running around the city turning bad beer into good! I discovered Montreal, and Quebec as a whole, are experiencing a craft beer revolution possibly even larger than the one in B.C.