Stanley Park Brewing Celebrates 1 Year of Brewing in the Park with 5 Awesome Events

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In 2019, Stanley Park Brewing opened their new Restaurant and Brewpub (8901 Stanley Park Drive) on the cusp of the park and just steps away from some of the best beaches and sunset views in the city. Now the company are celebrating one year of park beer with a line-up of exciting events, from SunSetter Yoga to Drag Brunch in partnership with Vancouver Pride. You’ll also get a chance to try their Anniversary Brew – Park Drive Pilsner. Continue reading:
Stanley Park Brewing Celebrates 1 Year of Brewing in the Park with 5 Awesome Events

Vancouver Beer fans rejoice: Winter Ale is back

Photo credit: My Beers and Ales | Flickr

Now that we’ve officially proved the world isn’t coming to an end, here’s one more reason to celebrate this holiday season.

Local brewmeisters Central City have brought back their seriously addictive Red Racer Winter Ale, just in time for Christmas.  Normally, this wouldn’t be breaking news – But this isn’t any normal ale.

Plenty of local breweries are offering up holiday suds (check out Shawn’s recent post for a complete rundown), but beer fans were seriously disappointed when it appeared that Central City might not be among them.

For the past several years, their Winter Ale has been among the most sought-after of seasonal beers – a serious, hoppy brew with just the faintest touch of vanilla and maple syrup. In contrast to other winter beers, Central City’s was hearty and complex – not some sugar- and cinnamon-sweetened macrobrew dressed up for the holidays.

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Vancouver Beer fans rejoice: Winter Ale is back

Really Cheap Brewery Tour (and Beer!)

Photo: Remy Scalza

From its modest beginnings, Vancouver’s microbrew scene has exploded in recent years, with dozens of craft brewers now operating in and around the city.  For fans of Vancouver beers, there’s nothing more exhilarating than a brewery tour – getting an up close look at how our local brews are lovingly crafted and – ideally – trying a few afterward.

The only problem is that brewery tours are few and far between in Vancouver.  Information on tours is hard to find and often sketchy.  With that in mind, I’m issuing a call to to local beer fanatics out there:  Do you know of any microbrewery tours being offered in Vancouver? If so, please share the wealth by leaving a comment below.

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Really Cheap Brewery Tour (and Beer!)