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Some beer worth sampling

Spinnakers Northwest Ale: A Copper Knockout

If you’re in the mood for an extremely balanced ale, something with lots of hops, and a solid malt body, then it’s time to try Spinnakers Northwest Ale. It’s brewed similar to other ales from the Cascade region, with plenty … Continue reading

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Driftwood Brewery’s Fat Tug IPA: A Shwack o’ Hops

Water, malt, yeast, and a shwack o’ hops make up this IPA drinker’s dream.  It’s Fat Tug IPA, from Driftwood Brewery. For a number of reasons, Fat Tug is one of the top IPA’s currently available on the west coast.  … Continue reading

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Ruby Da Dawg: An Ale Worth Drooling Over

For fans of ales like Innis and Gunn, and Old Speckled Hen, here’s Ruby Da Dawg, from Red Truck Beer. Named after Ruby, “da brewmasta” Sam Payne’s dog, this is a strong and very delicious ale.  And with an alcohol … Continue reading

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Get Buzzed, with Killer Bee Dark Honey Ale

If you’re looking for a full flavoured craft beer to accompany you to your next campfire, or sit with you on a warm summer night, then pick up a bottle of Tin Whistle Brewing Company’s Killer Bee Dark Honey Ale. … Continue reading

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Small Brewery, Big Flavour: Three Reasons to Check Out Cannery Brewing Company

Naramata Nut Brown Ale For ale drinkers who fancy something smooth, and a tad on the dark side, look no further than Cannery Brewing Company’s Naramata Nut Brown Ale. Nut brown ales are something not widely available in liquor stores, … Continue reading

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Russell Brewing Nectar of the Gods Wheat Wine Ale: By the Beard of Zues!

Remember your father telling you that drinking beer puts hair on your chest?  Well if that’s true, drinking this beer should turn any smooth bodied male into a Robin Williams or Alec Baldwin.  It’s Russell Brewing Company Nectar of the … Continue reading

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Driftwood Singularity Russian Imperial Stout: All Hail!

Few beers can be described as truly distinct. Well, here’s one of them: Driftwood Brewery’s Singularity Russian Imperial Stout. Everything about this limited release stout, from Driftwood Brewery, sets it apart from the competition: the bottle, the flavours, and most … Continue reading

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