Fuggles and Warlock burst onto the BC brewing scene with a stated mission of keeping beer weird. But since opening, they’ve managed to keep beer innovative, fresh, and boundary-pushing as well.
We love Old Yale Brewing. In the world of BC's craft brewing revolution, where many craft breweries are only a few years old, Old Yale is, relatively speaking, an industry veteran. Old Yale opened in 1999, and has been a solid Chilliwack fixture ever since.
We've tried a ton of fruit beers over the last few years, but I'm pretty sure we've never had a wheat ale made with kumquats. We are not even sure we've ever had a kumquat. Considering that, we went into this one with no preconceptions and an open mind.
Superflux Double Infinity Superflux Colour and Shape Backcountry Secret Handshake NE IPA Backcountry Widowmaker IPA Steamworks Flagship IPA ...
We have been huge fans of Kamloops' Red Collar Brewing ever since our first sip of brewmaster David Beardsell's Belgian Quad. But even if you didn't know of David's amazing reputation, history, and pedigree in the brewing industry, his beers easily speak for themselves.
Hathi Brewing is a start-up BC brewery with a great story and, as they put it, an Indian twist. Drawing on their two founders' heritage, Hathi they have named their brewery after Hathi, the Punjabi/Hindu word for wise elephant. Their branding is based on this imagery, and their creations draw on the tastes and smells of Indian culinary traditions.
We love Dead Frog - one of our first tastes of craft brewing was Dead Frog's Brown Ale, and we have been hooked on the industry ever since. So when Cole and Cam at Dead Frog introduced their Reina de Fuego Mexican Chocolate Porter, we knew we had to try it!