Crafting Euphoria: The Establishment Brewing Rules Alberta with Gold in 2023
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by Jordan Trustham
3M ago
This article was submitted by Connor Uszacki, Calgary Guide Extraordinaire In the pulsating heart of Alberta's craft beer revolution, The Establishment Brewing stands as a beacon of brewing artistry, recently crowned the Best Brewery in the province. This triumph is not just a recognition of their brewing prowess but a celebration of a symphony that intertwines tradition and innovation. Let's immerse ourselves in the world of The Establishment, unveiling the magic behind the brews and the maestro himself, Mike Foniok. **The Winning Symphony:** Step into The Establishment Brewing, and you're i ..read more
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Coastal Creativity and Collabs- Vancouver's Vibrant Craft Beer Scene
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by Jordan Trustham
3M ago
Article submitted by Tim Vandergrift    Vancouver and Craft: Perfect Pair Vancouver is more than just stunning landscapes and a thriving cultural scene—there’s a craft beer revolution that rivals any in the world, and it’s leaving beer enthusiasts buzzing with excitement. Vancouver's craft beer scene has delights for both seasoned connoisseurs and newcomers eager to explore the world of artisanal brewing. Coastal Beauty Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the towering Coast Mountains, Vancouver provides an ideal backdrop for a craft beer culture that combines tradition with innovat ..read more
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What is Siegerrebe Wine
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by Darren King
3M ago
Siegerrebe grapes days before harvest at Maan Farms in Abbotsford: Featuring Nathan Griffiths - Tour Guide and Wine Maker. What is Siegerrebe Wine Siegerrebe (pronounced zee-geh-RAY-buh) is a German white wine grape from but often planted in colder climates like England, Washington, British Columbia’s Vancouver Island, North Okanagan, and Fraser Valley. History of Siegerrebe Grapes Siegerrebe translates to “Victory vine” in German and was created by German viticulturist Dr. Georg Scheu (1879 - 1949) by crossing Madeleine Angevine and Gewürztraminer. Like its Gewürztraminer parent, S ..read more
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Sip and Savour: Exploring the Amazing Wine Culture of Niagara-on-the-Lake
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by Zachary Warrick
3M ago
Nestled amidst the scenic landscapes of Lake Ontario is a burgeoning wine region that has been quietly making a name for itself on the global stage. Niagara on the Lake's wine industry, with its diverse terroir and innovative winemakers, has transformed the Niagara Region into a must-visit destination for wine enthusiasts seeking a unique and memorable tasting experience. One of the key contributors to the winery's success in winemaking is its diverse climate and geography. The Niagara region boasts its own microclimate and soil composition, creating a rich tapestry of terroirs that allow wine ..read more
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St Patrick's Day - Whats The Deal With Green Beer?
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by Zachary Warrick
1y ago
St Patrick's Day - Celebrate with Friends, Family and Coworkers St Patrick's Day  One of the first major holidays of the year is fast approaching. Valentines Day  can be a day filled with fun, love and excitement or for those who have been so busy counting their macros that they forgot, it can be filled with anxiety and last minute shopping. This year take the work and guesswork out of your valentines day plans and contact Canadian Craft Tours to purchase a gift certificate for an in person tour or to set up a Virtual Event with us!  Looking to celebrate with friends ..read more
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10 Must Visit Edmonton Breweries
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by S F
1y ago
In 2023 Edmonton's craft beer scene is experiencing a 20% growth as it is set to explode with an additional 5 breweries! With 80% of existing breweries winning awards on a National or Provincial level, beer drinkers in Edmonton have a lot to be excited about.  Our local Edmonton Brewery Tour guide and super beer freak, Thor, has compiled a list of his 10 MUST VISIT breweries in Edmonton.  ALE ARCHITECT  Ale Architect has been around for a few years dropping various versions of the same beers such as Colour Burst and Joy Wave. Their new taproom opening in 2023 is sure to be a bus ..read more
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The Best Bachelorette Party Ideas in Vancouver: A Guide to Celebrating in Style
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by Brandon Moscrip
1y ago
Are you planning a bachelorette party in Vancouver, BC, and looking for the best ways to celebrate in style? Look no further! From scenic helicopter tours and wine tastings in the Fraser Valley, to mixology classes and VIP nightclub experiences, Vancouver has something to offer for every type of bachelorette party. Planning a great bachelorette party is important for several reasons. Firstly, it's an opportunity to celebrate the bride-to-be and the exciting new chapter in her life before she ties the knot. It's a chance for her to spend quality time with her closest friends and create memorie ..read more
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A Quick History of Beer in Canada
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by S F
1y ago
The history of beer in Canada is fascinating, and it’s a story that’s largely been shaped by immigration and international relations. In the early days of Canadian brewing, English and Scottish immigrants brought their beer-making traditions with them and set up shop in Montreal and Toronto. As the country grew and developed, so too did the brewing industry. In the 20th century, Canadian breweries started to make their mark on the international stage. Today, Canadian beer is respected and enjoyed all over the world. To learn more about the history of beer in Canada, check out some of the great ..read more
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The Early History Of Wine In Canada
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by S F
1y ago
Fascinating Facts About The Early History Of Wine In Canada Wine has been produced in Canada for over 200 years.  Canada is the world’s ninth largest producer of wine. Although wine is produced in all regions of the country, the majority of Canadian wine is made in Ontario (Prince Edward County, Collingwood and Niagara region) and British Columbia (Cowichan, Okanagan and Fraser Valley). These two provinces are home to over 80% of the country’s wineries. Canadian wines are often described as fruity and fresh, and are typically made from grape varietals that thrive in colder clima ..read more
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Brief History Of Collingwood, Ontario
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by S F
1y ago
A Brief History Of Collingwood, Ontario: From Timber Town To Tourist Destination Introduction Collingwood is a town in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada. It is situated on Nottawasaga Bay at the southern tip of Georgian Bay. The town is located about 100 kilometers (60 mi) north of Toronto and about 40 kilometers (25 mi) west of Barrie. Collingwood was incorporated as a town in 1858 and was named after Sir John Collingwood, who was the admiral of Lord Nelson's fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar. The town's harbour was an important port in the 19th century for the export of lumber and the import o ..read more
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