Posts tagged “craftbeer”

July 16th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

God love the depanneur. A few provisions to get our Quebcois chops on while visiting beautiful Montreal. 

Microbrasserie Dunham, Trou du Diable, Boque Biere, La Chouape, Charlevoix, Brasseurs du Monde, Farnham, Belgh Brasse, La Barberie, Microbrasserie Lac Saint-Jean, Dieu du Ciel.

Formidable!

July 13th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Grabbed all that was craft at the LCBO: Sawdust City Lone Pine IPA, Beau’s Ashnan Wheat Wine and Festival Altbier, Trafalgar Blueberry Mead, St. Ambroise Apricot Wheat Ale, Double Trouble Hops and Robbers IPA and Fire in the Rye Roasted Rye Pale Ale, Great Lakes Canuck Pale Ale, Mad and Noisy Hops & Bolts IPL.

June 8th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Checkin out @mainstreetbeer offerings. #craftbeer #brewerycreek #tastingrooms (at Main Street Brewing Company)

May 31st, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Two warm-ups @bittervancouver before Rodney Graham opening at the Rennie Collection. A wheat and a blonde from @townsitebrewing … cheers to the Summer of Rodney!

May 24th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Kermit the Hop makes it easy to be green @bisonbrewing with double Simcoe IPA. Highly drinkable for a DIPA. Hi-ho!

May 21st, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Hopworks IPX Single Hop Ale Series featuring organic Chinook hops is a nose and mouthful of pine and citrus goodness. Super delicious and slides down easy. 

May 16th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Traveling to Cowichan Bay this long weekend with our luggage full of beer. This cart will come in handy.

May 15th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Happy Birthday to my sister of beer Annette! I raise a glass of Bridgeport Trilogy 1 Crystal dry-hopped pale ale to you. Here’s to another year of beer.

May 11th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Happy Mom’s day from @CentralCityBrew with a pair of lovely Red Racer IPAs, the mother of all beers #craftbeer #mothersofbeer (at Central City Brew Pub)

May 10th, 2014
daughtersofbeer

Today we celebrate light and local at the CAMRA Vancouver Spring Sessional Cask Festival at the Cobalt. Emergen-C in a Red Truck glass is the perfect way to prepare for a session which starts shortly after the sun is over the yardarm. We should still be standing come dinner time as all the beer is at or under 4.5% and will include: Big Ridge, Black Kettle, BomberBrassneck, Bridge, Britannia Beach Ciderworks, Central City, Dead Frog, Deep Cove, Four Winds, Granville Island, Howe Sound, Moon Under Water, Merridale Cider, Parallel 49, Persephone, R&B, Red Truck, Russell, Steamworks, Tree, Vancouver Island, and Yaletown.

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We are two good friends who love beer and will travel far to find it. We make notes of the beer we discover and share our musings with others because we believe beer is a tradition that is best shared, and because otherwise we wouldn't remember them.

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