Boombox & my pale ale fixation

While you might not want to judge the proverbial book by it's cover, I always judge a brewery by it's pale ale. And that's not just because it's a relatively simple beer to make, but rather because it's my absolute favourite style. So I can judge. And I do. Thankfully 2018 is turning out to... Continue Reading →

Team #Fug for the win

I've always thought cause-beers are a good way to generate some donations while giving the people what they want. Usually I see pretty approachable beers in this category - a kellerbier, maybe a pale ale or lager. But Team #Fug, demonstrating that #FugLife isn't about doing the easy, put out a White Sangria Kölsch. Which... Continue Reading →

Slaying the Thirsty Dragon

I literally judge every brewery by their pale ale, so mess this up (regardless of the style of pale ale) and I'm totally going to forget about you. Although if your brewery happened to feature in my BC craft beer mini-doc Brew Love (a Telus Storyhive grant project), then I'm not likely to every forget... Continue Reading →

Cutting the (lemon)grass, hold my beer

Foamer's Folley Cuke-Lemongrass Kölsch I knew that we were going to have the first hot days in the Cariboo for 2018 on this trip so I tried to plan my beverages accordingly. I've always been a big fan of a good kölsch, so I was interested when I spotted this slightly odd offering from Foamer's... Continue Reading →

Craft Beer in 100 Mile House

It's never a good sign when I can't even claim to be the first to drink a specific beer in the Cariboo, but when it's brewed in the Cariboo I'm SOL. I recently made the trek to 100 Mile House for supplies and a brief stop in at Jackson's Social Club and Brew House. I've... Continue Reading →

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