As we reach the holiday season once more, the selection of beers on the shelf and on tap start to remind us of the rich, decadent flavours that this time of year provides.
It’s that time of year, and we’ve got what to expect at this year’s Christmas Craft Beer Show.
As we get deeper into fall and closer to the holiday season, beer events start to wind down with a few important exceptions.
The trophies haven’t even been handed out before you hear the comments: “How did that beer win? So and so’s beer is way better than that one. What are the judges thinking?”
Going through my records, I noticed a glaring omission from my event reviews, and have decided to correct it, and remind people of what 2017 looked like, and why they can look forward to 2018.
As the morning breaks on another month, we arrive in October. Along with Thanksgiving, Halloween, and Pumpkin Spice everything, it’s time to celebrate something we can all rally around: BC Craft Beer.
Fresh hopped beers are starting to flow, and with Fresh to Death only a week away, it seems only appropriate to take a look at what will be pouring.
One of the best parts of the seasonal change is the anticipation of new beers on the shelves that fit the changes in temperature. At this time of year, harvest time, one of the more anticipated styles coming are fresh-hopped beers.
This quote, by Washington Irving, perfectly sums up the idea behind the BC Craft Brewers Conference, slated for October 19th, at the Croatian Cultural Centre.
The weather is already taking a turn, with more noticeably rainy days, dew covered mornings, and a light chill in… Read more Vancouver Island Brewing Releasing Fall Line-up