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BC BEER TOURING IN A TIME OF CHANGE

By Brian K. Smith
I had always believed that BC would one day be the beer mecca of North America. We seemed so close, then COVID-19 struck. So I ventured out to talk to brewers, managers, and owners about their experience during this pandemic. Would it destroy us or make us stronger? My quest was to find out and, of course, drink some fresh craft beer along the way!
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Summer In The Sea To Sky

By Malcolm Yates

Photo: Father & son brew crew: Kevin & Oscar Winter at Coast Mountain Brewing Howdy folks, and welcome back to the greatest show on earth! If that sounds like a…

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Have Camera, Will Travel: Shining a Light on Pemberton

By Brian K. Smith
Along the breathtaking, world class scenic Sea to Sky Highway (99) there are many distractions - velvety snow capped mountains dropping into Howe Sound, waterfalls cascading down glistening granite cliffs and beautiful emerald colored Howe Sound itself. After traveling forty five minutes from Vancouver you pass through Squamish, with three award winning breweries. Tempting as it may be to  stop here  - there is so much more ahead.
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Sea to Sky Vacation Adventure

By Brian K. Smith
We in BC are blessed with one of the most spectacular scenic drives in the world. In the early years of my travels to Whistler, Highway 99 North was known as the most dangerous road in the province. After many upgrades, including the pre-Olympic mega-upgrade, the Sea to Sky highway is now a marvel of engineering that leaves you free to appreciate the beauty that surrounds you. I recently took a four-day shoulder season craft beer trip from Vancouver to Pemberton. Here's how it went.
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