Given Vancouver’s dynamic craft-beer scene, this show should have no trouble finding audiences.
Some of the cans have defective seams that may have sharp metal sticking out from the rim.
Province Brands is trying to raise $30 million to launch a brewery.
Just don’t confuse it with the beer ramen served in Richmond.
The move makes the North Vancouver–born brand the first Canadian brewery in over a decade to make and sell its beers in the U.S.
Brewing behemoth Molson Coors Canada is tossing its beer cap into the weed business.
The partnership gives the Sunshine-Coast microbrewery the exclusive rights to sell its beer at the Rio Theatre.
The double dry-hopped pilsner is now available in four-pack cans at select public and private liquor stores.
Here are a few places where the food is as good as the brews and where you can take it all in with fresh air.
The Toronto-based start-up has developed a patent-pending process for converting large components of the cannabis plant into an aqueous solution as a base for producing fermented beverages.
The citywide fete wraps with its anticipated VCBW Festival, which will have over 300 beers and ciders on offer on June 2 and 3.
The citrus-zest IPA will be packaged in tall cans printed with statistics and trivia about sexual assault that are meant to forward conversations about consent.