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Canada's Top Beer Podcasts: Follow Your Local Beer Industry News and Entrepreneurs

by Brandon Moscrip May 01, 2022

As Canada surpasses 1100 craft breweries and breweries become the new "Local" or "Bars" there's more craft breweries than you think.  Weather your want to listen to a podcast about your local breweries or get a taste of a new city/province you are set to visit this summer there's a beer podcast for all beer drinkers.

Written by Brandon Moscrip, founder of Canadian Craft Tours.   Canadian Craft Tours is Canada's largest libation tour operator.  CCT is the parent company of Vancouver Brewery Tours, Toronto Brewery Tours, The Beer Bus Collingwood, Edmonton Brewery Tours, Calgary Craft Connection and Vine & Hops.

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Valentine's Day with Canadian Craft Tours!

by Zachary Warrick February 10, 2022

This year take the work and guesswork out of your valentines day plans and contact Canadian Craft Tours to purchase a gift certificate for an in person tour or to set up a Virtual Event with us! 

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Virtual Holiday Parties - How to Celebrate Success in our "New Normal"

by Zachary Warrick November 17, 2021

5 Virtual Event Ideas for Your Holiday Event

Virtual Holiday Parties - Celebrating 2021 and 2022 from the comfort and safety of your own home! 

Here are some tips to host a great Corporate Virtual Party from the comfort of your own home! 

Choose from great events with a focus on Virtual WineVirtual Beer and Virtual Whiskey Tastings. Each tasting consists of a 1.5 hour interactive tasting hosted by our team of expert guides live on Zoom. Contact the team at Canadian Craft Tours for hosting options for your Virtual Happy Hour Tour across Canada and beyond!

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How the Grains are used once the beer is brewed

by Adele Etcher April 28, 2021

There is so much that goes into making a great beer, but what do the breweries do with the spent grains that are leftover?

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