Second chances don’t always work out. Third chances can be even harder to get, let alone succeed at, which means that when you go for it, you really have to go big or go home.
As the weather warms up (hopefully), there is always a shift in the types of beer you see on the shelf.
Also available at Monday Magazine April is typically a quiet month for Craft Beer. Everyone has hopefully recovered from Victoria… Read more Oregon beers, cider-beer mashups part of April fare
Take two of the West Coast’s favourite drinks and fuse them together under one roof for what has no choice to be an energy-filled afternoon.
This Sunday, February 11th, The Strathcona Hotel once again plays host to Craft Beer Lovers as the 9th Annual Island Beer… Read more 9th Annual Island Beer & Spirit Festival
It doesn’t happen often, but some weeks last for 9 days. Most people wouldn’t be too pleased to have to deal with the two extra days, but when you’re talking about Victoria Beer Week, it’s hard not to get excited at the thought.
It’s not the first time a beer label has caused an uproar, and unfortunately, it won’t be the last.
As we say goodbye to 2017 and welcome the new year, it’s only fitting to look back on the year that was and look ahead to some of what to expect in 2018.
This time of year is one of my favourites with respect to beer releases. Big, rich, dark beers come out of the woodwork, sometimes literally.
Held at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre, the Christmas Craft Beer Show aims to fill a void of winter themed festivals. Take a look here to see what you won’t want to miss.