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Try New Beers and WIN Huge Prizes – The BC Ale Trail Spring Tasting Passport is Back

The BC Ale Trail has launched the Spring Vancouver Tasting Passport, encouraging beer lovers to support local small businesses while sampling brews from Vancouver’s dynamic craft breweries. 

Pick up a Tasting Passport from any of the 31 participating breweries and other businesses from Thursday, March 28, 2024, until Tuesday, April 30, 2024, and claim a stamp for every beer purchased. After earning six unique stamps, drop off the completed ballot at a participating business and enter to win the Grand Prize Giveaway. Multiple entries are encouraged!

Vancouver’s dynamic and diverse craft beer scene has something for everyone. From the legacy of the city’s early brewing history that is celebrated in the Brewery Creek Ale Trail (including 33 Acres Brewing, Brassneck Brewery, Brewing August and more), to the modern entrepreneurial spirit of the Yeast Van Ale Trail (including Bomber Brewing, Container Brewing, Powell Brewery and more), beer lovers can be sure to find the perfect vibe — and a new favourite beer! 

The Grand Prize Giveaway includes:

Tasting Passport participants can also collect stamps at Vancouver Brewers Fest, a 10-day festival running from Friday, April 19 to Sunday, April 28, 2024, celebrating the city’s craft breweries through a series of different brewery events. Multiple brewery events to be announced in early April.

Explore More! The BC Ale Trail has launched new Sip & Stay Deals across Vancouver, so those from out of town can also make the most of the spring Tasting Passport, collecting stamps while enjoying special offers at local hotels.

More information about the Vancouver Tasting Passport, including a list of all the participating businesses, can be found at bcaletrail.ca/vancouverpassport.

About the BC Ale Trail

The BC Ale Trail is brought to you in partnership with Destination British Columbia and the BC Craft Brewers Guild. A BC Ale Trail is a series of self-guided itineraries highlighting local craft brewery destinations and the super, natural landscapes that surround them. The Guild supports the ongoing creation and discovery of truly great BC craft beer by helping British Columbians and visitors understand the cultural, community and economic benefits of BC’s vibrant craft beer scene, and celebrate its diversity. Explore over 220 breweries across 21 Ale Trails in every corner of the province. New experiences are brewing. For more information, visit https://bcaletrail.ca

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