Saturday, May 30, 2015

Oregon Garden Brewfest Announces the 2015 Beer and Cider Tap List

Courtesy of  the Oregon Garden Brewfest
Oregon Garden announces participating beer & cider tap list
for 11th annual Oregon Garden Brewfest
Northwest’s most scenic beer festival also makes the ideal gift for Father’s Day

SILVERTON, Ore. — If you’re looking to give the greatest Father’s Day gift ever, then plan on a trip to the Oregon Garden Brewfest (#OGBF). This year’s event, which will take place on Father’s Day weekend June 19 through 21, will feature more than 135 handcrafted beers, ciders and mead from nearly 70 different breweries from across the nation (a complete list is pasted in at the bottom of this release), along with local food; activities including shuffleboard, skee-ball and foosball; and live music on two stages from a dozen regional bands.

Located in the historic town of Silverton, just an hour’s drive from the Portland metropolitan area, the Oregon Garden Brewfest allows visitors to stroll the 80-acre botanical garden with beer in hand. Event hours are Noon to 11 pm Friday & Saturday, and Noon to 5 pm Sunday. The event is for ages 21 and over on Friday and Saturday; minors are welcome all hours on Sunday, when they can create their own wooden coaster for Dad.

Admission ranges from $15 to $50, but all admission packages include a souvenir tasting glass and a number of tasting tickets; see ticket pricing and purchase in advance at

A full glass of beer costs four tickets, and a taster costs one ticket. Additional tasting tickets may be purchased for $1 apiece. Designated drivers pay a cover charge of $5 and receive a bottle of water. Parking at The Oregon Garden is $5 per car; free shuttles are available from various locations in Silverton.

A dozen regional bands will play on two stages, beginning at 5pm on Friday and Saturday. Friday’s lineup features Alder Street, The Jackalope Saints, Casey Neill & The Norway Rats, Jamie Wyatt, Water Tower and Deadwood Standing. Saturday’s bands include Will West & The Friendly Strangers, Balto, Transcendental Brass Band, Redwood Son, Ural Thomas & The Pain and The Tumblers. For a listing of times, visit

The fourth annual Oregon Garden Brewer’s Tasting Dinner will take place on the eve of the festival, June 18 at 7 pm. This six-course dinner, which features small plates paired with local beers from six area breweries, is attended by participating brewers, industry insiders and a few lucky beer aficionados; a limited number of tickets remain and are available on the event website.

The ideal way to enjoy the Brewfest is to book a room at The Oregon Garden Resort, a Moonstone Hotel Property located just steps away from the festival. Brewfest Packages starts at $239 and include accommodations, two 3-day admission passes to Brewfest (each pass includes a tasting glass and five tasting tickets), a food voucher for the Oregon Garden Resort’s food booth, a continental buffet breakfast and admission to The Oregon Garden. Packages can be booked at or by calling 503-874-2500.

The Oregon Garden Brewfest is presented by Venti’s CafĂ© and sponsored by The Gallon House, Bierhaus Mt. Angel, Country Financial, Oregon Lottery, Imperial Bottle Shop, Pepsi, Renewal by Andersen, PGE, Crater Lake Soda, The Beer Connoisseur Magazine, Oregon Beer Growler and Ale Ways Brewery Tours.

While the Oregon Garden is a pet-friendly property, pets are not allowed inside the Brewfest; only service dogs with appropriate identification will be allowed entry. For more information about the event, visit

Following is the tap list for the 2015 event:

10 Barrel Brewing: JOE IPA/IPA
10 Barrel Brewing: Swill/American Style Radler
2 Towns Ciderhouse: OutCider: Unfiltered Hard Cider
2 Towns Ciderhouse: Imperial Hop & Stalk/Hopped Hard Cider
21st Amendment Brewery: Down to Earth Session IPA/Session IPA
21st Amendment Brewery: Hell or High Watermelon Wheat/Wheat
Alameda Brewing: Yellow Wolf Imperial IPA/Imperial IPA
Alameda Brewing: Klickitat Pale Ale/Pale Ale
ATLAS Hard Cider: The RADLER/Cider
ATLAS Hard Cider: Hard Apricot Cider: Cider
Awesome Ales: Southern Sky/French Pale Ale
Awesome Ales: TBD
Base Camp Brewing: Hop in the 'Pool Helles/Late-Hopped Helles Lager
Base Camp Brewing: Pilgrimage Saison/Saison
Blue Moon Brewing: Summer Honey Wheat Ale/Wheat Ale
Blue Moon Brewing: White IPA/Belgian Style IPA
Brew Werks: TBD
Brew Werks: TBD
BridgePort Brewing: BridgePort Conviction Pale Ale/Pale Ale
BridgePort Brewing: BridgePort Long Ball Ale/Golden Ale
Buoy Beer: Czech Pilsner/Pilsner
Buoy Beer: Oregon Garden Lavender Saison/Saison
Calapooia Brewery: Calapooia Chili Beer/Fruit/Chili
Calapooia Brewery: Calapooia Paddle me IPA/American IPA
Climate City Brewing: Nookie/IPA
Climate City Brewing: Yellow Belly/Blonde
Coin Toss Brewing: Black Hole/Cascadian Dark Ale
Coin Toss Brewing: George's Honest Ale/
Coronado Brewing: Islander IPA/American IPA
Coronado Brewing: Orange Avenue Wit/California Wit
Crispin Cider: Crispin Original Cider: Apple Cider
Crispin Cider: Blackberry Pear Cider: Pear Cider
Crux Fermentation Project: Half Hitch/Imperial IPA
Crux Fermentation Project: Impasse Saison/Farmhouse Ale
Deluxe Brewing: Va Va Voom NW Vienna Lager/Vienna Lager
Deluxe Brewing: Little Bo Pils/Bohemian Pilsner
Dick's Brewing: Dick's Danger Ale/CDA
Dick's Brewing: Dick's Cream Stout/Sweet Stout
Double Mountain Brewery: TBD
Double Mountain Brewery: TBD
Ecliptic Brewing: Orbiter IPA/IPA
Ecliptic Brewing: Aurora Crimson Saison/Saison w/ Rhubarb
Elk Horn Brewery: TBD
Elk Horn Brewery: TBD
Elysian Brewing: Dayglow/IPA
Elysian Brewing: Superfuzz/Blood Orange Pale Ale
Epic Brewing: Escape to Colorado/IPA
Epic Brewing: Hop Syndrome/Lager
Ex Novo Brewing: Eliot IPA/Northwest IPA
Ex Novo Brewing: Sour Hop Kids/Dry Hopped Sour Ale
Fat Head's Brewery: Head Hunter/IPA
Fat Head's Brewery: Bumble Berry/Honey Blueberry Ale
Feckin: Measure 91/Pale ale
Feckin: IRA /Red
Firestone Walker Brewing: TBD
Firestone Walker Brewing: TBD
Flat Tail Brewing: Rough Cut IPA/IPA
Flat Tail Brewing: El Guapo/Chile Beer
Fort George Brewery: 3-Way IPA/IPA
Fort George Brewery: Spruce Budd Ale/Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer
Fremont Brewing: Summer Ale/Pale Ale
Fremont Brewing: Interurban IPA/IPA
Georgetown Brewing: Eddie India Pale Lager/India Pale Lager
Georgetown Brewing: Johnny Utah Citra Pale Ale/Pale Ale
Gigantic Brewing: Gigantic IPA/IPA
Gigantic Brewing: White Light White Heat/Belgian-style White IPA
Gilgamesh Brewing: Radler/Grapefruit Radler
Gilgamesh Brewing: Oedipus IPA/IPA
Golden Valley Brewery: Carlton Kolsch/Kolsch-Style Ale
Golden Valley Brewery: Chehalem Mountain IPA/IPA
Hop Valley Brewing: Citrus Mistress/IPA
Hop Valley Brewing: Sir Orange A Lot/Pale
Hopworks: Pigwar White IPA /IPA
Hopworks: Ace of Spades Imperial IPA /Imperial IPA
Klamath Basin Brewing: Backroad Vanilla Porter/Vanilla Porter
Klamath Basin Brewing: Dog Days Wheat IPA/Wheat IPA
Lagunitas Brewing: A Little Sumpin' Sumpin' Ale/American Pale Wheat Ale
Lagunitas Brewing: Day Time/American IPA
Laurelwood Brewing: Green Elephant IPA/IPA
Laurelwood Brewing: Free Range Red/Red
Leinenkugel's Brewing: Summer Shandy/Shandy/Radler
Leinenkugel's Brewing: Big Eddy Royal Nektar Ale/Braggot
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales: Kili Wit/Belgian Wheat
Logsdon Farmhouse Ales: Seizoen/Saison
Mazama Brewing: Mosaic Eruption/IPA
Mazama Brewing: Saison d'Etre/Saison
McMenamins Old Church Brewery: Lumber-sexual IPL/India Pale Lager
McMenamins Old Church Brewery: Bonne Chiere Grand Reserve/Belgian Triple
Natian Brewery: Everyday /Organic IPA
Natian Brewery: KnockBack/Organic Amber Lager
Nectar Creek Mead: Waggle/Wildflower Session Mead
Nectar Creek Mead: Sting/Ginger Session Mead
Ninkasi Brewing: Total Domination/IPA
Ninkasi Brewing: Lux/German Style Helles Lager
No-Li Brewhouse: Crony/NW Brown Ale
No-Li Brewhouse: Poser/Pale Ale
Ordnance Brewing: Rivercrest Kolsch/Kolsch
Ordnance Brewing: Full Metal Jacket (FMJ)/IPA
Pelican Brewing: Kiwanda Cream Ale/Cream Ale
Pelican Brewing: Umbrella IPA/Single Hop IPA
Ram Brewery-Salem: Big Reds IPA/Northwest  IPA
Ram Brewery-Salem: Treehouse/Apricot Honey Summer Ale
Rusty Truck Brewing: TBD
Rusty Truck Brewing: TBD
Salem Ale Works: Hootenanny Honey Basil/Delicious
Salem Ale Works: Stout!/American Stout
Santiam Brewing: Pirate Stout/Rum Barrel Aged Coconut Stout
Santiam Brewing: Ecotopia /Pacific Northwest Style IPA
Seven Brides Brewing: Emily's Red Ale/Amber/Red Ale
Seven Brides Brewing: Strawberry Blonde Wheat/Fruit Beer
Sierra Nevada Brewing: Southern Hemisphere Harvest Ale/Fresh Hop IPA
Sierra Nevada Brewing: River Rye'd/Rye IPA
Silver Moon Brewing: Get Sum Pale Ale/Pale Ale
Silver Moon Brewing: VooDoo Dog India Session Red/Session Red
Sunriver Brewing: Fighting Falcon/Double IPA
Sunriver Brewing: S.U.P/Summer Ale
Terminal Gravity Brewing: Eagle Cap IPA/IPA
Terminal Gravity Brewing: Wallowa Lake Lager /Pre-Prohibtion Style Lager
Twisted Snout Brewery: Raspberry Truffle/Fruited Porter
Twisted Snout Brewery: Tail Curler IPA #5/IPA
Two Kilts Brewing: Crystal Kush/India Session Lager
Two Kilts Brewing: Scottish Ale/Scottish style Ale
Vagabond Brewing: TBD
Vagabond Brewing: TBD
Wandering Aengus Ciderworks: Wanderlust/Cider
Wandering Aengus Ciderworks: Anthem Hops/Cider
Widmer Brothers Brewing: Replay IPA/Session IPA
Widmer Brothers Brewing: Hefe Shandy/Shandy
Wild Ride Brewing: Hopperhead IPA/IPA
Wild Ride Brewing: Whoopty Whoop Wheat/Hefeweizen w/ Lemon Peel
Woodchuck Hard Cider: Woodchuck Gumption/cider
Woodchuck Hard Cider: Woodchuck Season

Friday, May 29, 2015

No-Li Brings Home International Brewing Medals

Courtesy of No-Li Brewhouse

SPOKANE, WA (May 29, 2015) The winners of the 2015 Australian International Beer Festival were announced and No-Li brought two new medals back to Spokane!

Mosh Pit Tart Cherry and Rise & Grind were recognized for their creativity and quality in brewing - landing No-Li their 15th and 16th international awards.

Head Brewer, Carey Fristoe, and Brewing Operations Manager, Damon Scott, celebrated the brewery’s recent medals with an eye on the future. “We are just getting started.  We rise each morning and grind it out with a passion for mind-bending recipes with no boundaries,” says Carey.

“We share our passion for uniqueness and innovation through beers like a milk stout with freshly roasted Gemelli coffee beans or 1.5 pounds of cherries per gallon in Mosh Pit Tart Cherry,” says Damon.

In the spirit of creativity and brewing beer with no boundaries, No-Li recently released Brass Monkey (a golden ale brewed with orange peel) as its new Expo Series summer seasonal and Defacto (a whiskey barrel-aged imperial black IPA) as a part of its growing Barrel-Aged Series line-up.

Cheers to Spokane-Style beers!

For a complete list of AIBA winners, visit

About No-Li Brewhouse
Born & Raised in Washington’s Inland Empire, No-Li Brewhouse is an internationally award-winning brewery, crafting Spokane-Style beers with No Boundaries: innovative beers brewed with locally sourced ingredients. No-Li has won sixteen international awards, including a gold medal from the 2012 Great American Beer Festival. For more information about the beers, brewery and the pub visit or follow us on.   

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers to Celebrate 18 Years, Expansion & Release of Baby Daddy IPA

Courtesy of Speakeasy Ales & Lagers
San Francisco, CA - 5/29/2015

Speakeasy Ales & Lagers is turning 18 and throwing an epic party at their San Francisco brewery on June 20th from 1-6pm. The event will not only toast their birthday, but also the release of their first beer in a can, Baby Daddy IPA, and their tremendous expansion. Attendees will be able to soak up the sun, nosh on delicious local food, tour the new brewhouse, and listen to live music.
General admission and Godfather VIP Club tickets are now on sale. All attendees will receive a collectible anniversary glass and enjoy unlimited tastings. In addition to Baby Daddy IPA, Speakeasy will be pouring Blind Tiger Imperial IPA, Untouchable IPA, Black Hand Chocolate Milk Stout, and Double Daddy IPA, just to name a few beers. There will be many more!

Tours of Speakeasy’s new brewhouse will start every 30 minutes between 1:30 and 4:00pm, and will be led by Speakeasy’s Director of Brewing, Kushal Hall, and Lead Brewer Joe Smith. Guests can learn about the expansion, see the new equipment, and ask questions.

In addition to the beer, delicious local food will be available for purchase from Wes Burger Pop-up, Front Porch Southern Home Cooking, Memphis Minnie's BBQ, and the Voodoo Van. Speakeasy beer may even find it’s way into the ingredients. Musical entertainment will be announced at a later date.

For more information and tickets visit the event website. Follow Speakeasy on Facebook and Twitter to get event updates.
Courtesy of Speakeasy Ales & lagers
Since 1997, a wily band of bootleggers led by homebrewer Forest Gray were inspired to bring their exceptional brews from the underground to the masses, defiantly producing small batches of beer in a secret warehouse in San Francisco. Starting with a single, iconic beer, Prohibition Ale, Speakeasy now brews a wide array of acclaimed beers including Big Daddy IPA, Payback Porter, Double Daddy, Scarface Imperial Stout and many more, which are distributed across the entire West Coast and other major U.S. markets.

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Top Rung Brewing Releasing Raspberry Wheat

Courtesy of Top Rung Brewing Co

Lacy,WA (May 28, 2015) On June 6th Top Rung Brewing Company will release a seasonal beer that has been much anticipated, our Raspberry Wheat.  A nice wheat beer that is infused with real raspberries and co-mingles with those raspberries in the brite tank for several weeks to impart an awesome raspberry flavor that is not overpowering but provides a subtle sweetness, flavor, and aroma complimented by a nice golden straw color.  A great seasonal to enjoy as the weather warms! 
Raspberry Wheat Statistics:  ABV: 4.6%, IBU: 25

Courtesy of Top Rung Brewing Co
 Top Rung Brewing is a 10 barrel production brewery with tasting room at the brewery. Top Rung Brewing is a destination for craft beer drinkers to enjoy their beverage and view a production brewery facility.  Our tasting room is family friendly and while we will only offer snacks, we partner with local food vendors and food trucks as well as allow patrons to bring in their own food of their choice or have it delivered.  Top Rung Brewing: bringing quality craft beer to Lacey.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

N0-Li Announces The 'Kan JamBEERee

No-Li Announces their Next Beer Festival: The 'KAN JamBEERee

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(Photo Credit: Geena Pietromonaco)

Spokane, Wash…No-Li Brewhouse brought Spokane Craft Beer Week to a close the only way they know how…with beer, a band and a big ol’ bash! No Boundaries on the River 3.0 Small Batch Festival was, without question, Spokane craft beer culture at it’s best. 500 guests showed up to enjoy thirteen unique and barrel aged No-Li beers.  Some of the favorites that wowed the crowed were Brass Monkey Orange Dreamsicle, Whiskey barrel-aged Wrecking Ball, and Mango/Pineapple infused Poser.  Drinks, food and fun were had by all!

With the success of NBoR 3.0 and an entire summer of sunshine in sight, No-Li Brewhouse has announced their next big beer extravaganza: The ‘KAN JamBEERee! Unlike anything Spokane has ever seen, this celebration of craft beer promises to astound and amaze all who attend! “We’re going to have some stellar breweries from around the Northwest pouring specialty beer you can’t find anywhere else,” says No-Li’s Sales & Marketing Manager, Callet Ioane.  “Beer, food trucks and live music – all outdoors along the Spokane River.  We’re excited to create a new experience for Spokane and certainly one that will keep building and pushing our culture of craft beer.”

The ‘KAN JamBEERee is set for Saturday, August 22nd.   Tickets will go on sale soon and No-Li will announce the guest breweries and beer list via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram leading up to festival.  
Cheers to great beer and stay tuned!

About No-Li Brewhouse
Born & Raised in Washington’s Inland Empire, No-Li Brewhouse is an internationally award-winning brewery, crafting Spokane-Style beers with No Boundaries: innovative beers brewed with locally sourced ingredients. No-Li has won sixteen international awards, including a gold medal from the 2012 Great American Beer Festival. For more information about the beers, brewery and the pub, visit No-Li Brewhouse FB No-Li Brewhouse Twitter No Li Brewhouse Instagram

Breakside Brewery Announces New Bottle and Draft Beer Releases

Breakside Brewing has a whole slew of new bottle and draft beer releases. Check out the info below.

Courtesy of Breakside Brewery

Portland & Milwaukie (May 26, 2015) - Oregon's Breakside Brewery is releasing new limited edition beers in bottles "Back to the Future IPA" for Portland Beer Week and "Oui, Chef" the latest in the Farmhouse, Fruit & Funk Series. In addition to the 2 highly anticipated bottle releases are two new draft-only IPA's in the form of "Old World IPA" (available now) and "Session Double IPA" (released later this week). Back to the Future IPA (a collaboration with Seattle's Fremont Brewing Co.) will be available primarily during Portland Beer Week at participating locations on draft and in 22oz bottles. Oui, Chef is available right now on draft and will be available everywhere in bottles in June. The new Session Double IPA is a test-run on a new IPA the brewers are particularly excited about that may become a new year-round IPA exclusively for Breakside's upcoming 12oz bottles and 6-packs, we look forward to hearing your feedback! 

Back to the Future IPA
- a collaboration with our friends at Fremont Brewing Co. for Portland Beer Week

Courtesy of  Breakside Brewing
This IPA is a cross-border collaboration with Seattle's Fremont Brewing. We planned the beer together and each brewed a batch of it for our cities' respective Beer Weeks. When we set out to do this beer together, we knew that we wanted to make a big IPA and showcase some fun hop varietals that don't get much attention..yet.

We specifically chose new varietals that we think have a lot of promise, and it's named after the futuristic hops used in each version: Jarrylo and Equinox in Fremont's, and Azacca and Ella in ours. These beers very might well introduce you to new hop varietals that will be front and center in many IPAs to come.

7% ABV
68 IBU
Malts: Two Row, Light Crystal
Hops: Chinook, Ella, Azacca

Back to the Future Release Parties:

Bottle Release Party
Friday June 12th, 2015 6pm
Whole Foods Market - Pearl
1210 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 97209

Sample our new collaboration IPA during Portland Beer Week as well as beers from our collaborator --Fremont Brewing Co.

Breakside & Fremont Brewing Tap Takeover and Back to the Future IPA Draft Release
Saturday June 13th, 2015 5pm
Belmont Station
4500 SE Stark, Portland, OR

Special beers on tap from Breakside and Fremont Brewing as well as the new collab Back to the Future IPA and a special Salt & Straw Beer Ice Cream to boot!
Oui, Chef
saison with spelt and fennel

Courtesy of Breakside Brewery

Oui, Chef is a straw-colored farmhouse ale brewed with European spelt and two types of fennel. We use both fennel seed and fennel pollen at different points in the brewing process to layer in the complex savory and herbal notes from the spice. Originally brewed as part of our Chef Collaboration series in 2012, this beer was designed by our brewers and Chef Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon Restaurant in Portland.

This is the third release in our new Farmhouse, Fruit and Funk Series. This set of six beers--each available for two months of the year--showcases the deft and playful ways in which our brewers use non-traditional ingredients to make complex, flavorful beers. From lychee and yellow chilies to Oregon-grown peaches and California kumquats, this line of beers stakes a claim for the "culinary beer" as an emergent, delicious and elegant new beer style.

34 IBU
Malts: German Pilsner and Spelt, Crystal 15L
Hops: cascade
Special ingredients: Fennel seed and fennel pollen

Old World IPA
a draft-only ipa with intense floral and herbal notes 

Courtesy of Breakside Brewing
This draft only release is a beer that evolved from our award-winning English Pale Ale, which re-tooled to give it a bolder hop presence and higher alcohol. In other words, we wanted to put our pale ale on steroids and turned it into an IPA. Thus, Old World IPA was born. While the aggressive use of hops is very American, this beer's roots are quintessentially European. We've sourced world-class English malt to give the beer a beguiling softness; Slovenian hops used throughout the brewing process give the beer its distinctive floral, herbal, woody and spicy notes.

We hope that this beer shows you a whole new realm of IPAs--a style that was born of the Old World and perfected in the Northwest. Available on draft only during May 2015.

6% ABV
40 IBU
Malts: Two Row, British Pale, Melanoidin, CaraMunich
Hops: Crystal, Styrian Goldings

Session Double IPA
our favorite hoppy test batch ever. Widely available for the first time.

Our brewers love hops. They love them so much that they are always tracking down new varietals, coming up with new combinations, and seeking to extract the most flavor and aroma they can from the beautiful hops we have in the Northwest. Often times, the beers they make with these new hops and schedules are done in small batches at our pub, where they are served on draft to our regulars. Every once in a while, the brewers get so excited about a new hoppy beer that they decide to immediately scale it up to share it with a wider audience. Session Double IPA is one of those beers.

This IPA uses Mosaic, Cascade and Columbus hops to make for one of the most expressive, dank and tropical beers we've ever made. Strong resinous notes are coupled with hints of citrus and big juicy flavors of mango and tangerine. The bitterness is balanced against a simple malt bill to allow for these hops to really shine.

6.2% ABV
65 IBU
Malts: Two Row, Munich
Hops: Mosaic, Columbus and Cascade

About Breakside Brewery
Opened in 2010 in the quiet Woodlawn neighborhood of Northeast Portland as a restaurant and nano-sized brewery, Breakside expanded to a 3.5 BBL brewhouse while winning their first medal at the Great American Beer Festival in 2011 where they have earned medals each year since. In late 2013 the brewery expanded operations to Milwaukie, Oregon with a 30BBL production brewery filled with 60 and 120BBL tanks, barrel rooms for wild and non-wild/sour fermentation's and a 20 tap tasting room. In 2014 Breakside was awarded with the highly coveted Gold Medal for American-style IPA at the Great American Beer Festival for their flagship IPA that was also named to Men's Journals 100 Best Beers In The World and Sip Northwest's Best IPA in the Northwest. Breakside is also known for their experimental, barrel-aged and sour beers like Bourbon Barrel-Aged Aztec a strong amber ale with chocolate and chilies that won Bronze at both Chicago's Festival of Barrel-Aged Beers and Best of Craft Beer Awards and Passionfruit Sour a berliner-weisse style beer that earned a Bronze at the 2013 GABF.
Breakside Beers are available on draft and in 22oz bottles in Oregon, Seattle-Washington area, Denver, Hawaii and British Columbia. 2015 expansion plans include introducing 6-packs of 12oz bottles and more specialty bottles and sour beers. Visit for more info.
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