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Pour one out for Superflux Cabana, an ocean away.
Embrace autumn and all it has to offer in beer form.
What do an environmental scientist, a business major and a plumber have in common? A love for craft beer.
There’s no 3-for-1 deal, unfortunately.
Fire it up for the summer.
Seriously, proceed with some caution.
She's not like other moms.
Like the Ford F-150, this thing gets you where you want to go.
The brewery has been years in the making for three Vancouverites.
We asked some of Vancouver’s beer industry folk to chime in on what’s been popular at their shops during a period like no other.
Dangerous things sometimes come in small packages.
R&B takes a massive gamble (and pulls it off).
We have not soured on Electric Bicycle, don't worry.
Let me see you do the crawl.
No matter your behaviour in 2020, this beer should go down smooth.
The brewery proves it's definitely not out of touch.
Saus will spice up your gift-giving this year.
A tribute to one of Vancouver's winter beer classics.
The made-up title is somehow very apt.
Yes, we reference Vampire Weekend in this, very much not sorry.
Don't be fooled, it's not that fruity.
If you really think fortune favours the bold, drink this.
It's peanut butter chocolate time.
See, they aren't all dark beers.
Four more years!
Somehow, it works.
"Minty fresh" might be the wrong descriptor, but it tastes pretty good.
Czech yourself and then wreck yourself.
Pour one out for that trip across the pond.
It’s been a long road for one of Vancouver’s favourite breweries.
It'll do as a sports substitute for now.
We asked some of the city’s brewing authorities for recommendations on what goes best with the weather.
Okay, the term “cool” might be a tad relative.
We pit the java offerings from Steel and Oak and Main Street Brewing against each other.
Okay, fine, we’ll play favourites.
How does the mainstay’s summer mingler hold up?
More than 100 breweries and cideries poured drinks this weekend—which were the most coveted?
“Ten” is a three-brewery collab that hits all the right notes.
The brewery comes in hot with some summer brews.
The long-standing brewery rolls out a rebrand.
Our associate editor drinks his way through Vancouver’s craft beer scene—and beyond.
You'll taste it all, somehow
Sometimes it just doesn’t work, you know?
The Gibsons brewery embraces the power of sours.
A punch to the taste buds and you’re drunk and in love.
Stouts aren’t supposed to taste like this, but who cares?
Tasty, but with enough bite to remind you it’s not juice.
Our judges put some seasonal favourites to the test.
The historic brewery will move into $300-million new home in Chilliwack next year.
Red Truck opens a beachhead in Colorado today, and they're the first Canadian brewer to expand South in over a decade.
The new Stanley Park Brewing development likely won't be open until late fall.
Five beers, five delicious dishes.
Plus the best locally brewed ones to try right now.
And now spirits, ciders and mead are following in it's footsteps.
Our fave local brews.
The aptly nicknamed "Yeast Van" neighbourhood is brimming with new breweries and tasting rooms.
Factory Brewing offers at-capacity craft brewers a chance to expand their output.
Dageraad Anno is the festive golden ale you've been searching for.
Something delicious this way comes
East Van isn't the only brewery hub. Check out Brewer’s Row
The Coquitlam Kinsmen are hosting their first annual International Craft Beer Festival this July long weekend
It's never been easier
And our interactions with each other
Your guide to BC's hoppiest neighbourhoods
Just an hour from Vancouver, Washington State’s northern capital beckons with some of the most interesting craft beer north of Portland. Here are the six open now, just in time for Bellingham Beer Week (Sept. 11 – Sept. 20).
Shocker: it’s neither wheat-, fat-, nor alcohol-free!
Move Over Seattle...Vancouver is the New King
Because the preservation of local history in the name of beer is only the beginning
Goodbye, days of stale draft and lame imports
These will take you back to dear ol’ Blighty.
The Pacific Northwest owns this delicious category.
A strange category, but these brews deliver accessible joy.
Another trio of champions from our inaugural competition.
See which bottles our judges have named the best of their kind.
WATCH: Behind the scenes footage of our judges tasting over 800 entries in our first craft beer awards.
Trending now: smokey notes in your pint glass
Vancouver is in the midst of a craft beer awakening unmatched since Howe Sound debuted in 1982. Here, five heirs to the throne
Sometimes it feels that way, with all this talk of cellaring craft beers and pairing them with food and tasting them in vertical flights. Maybe next will come a focus on malt's terroir (we already scrutinize the provenance of the hops) and a market in beer futures.