If there was ever a beer that I wanted to mix with shot of Caribbean rum to make a "Dark and stormy", this my friends is surely it. By itself this is a top tier BC Craft beer. Add a little Caribbean rum man and your on your way to a Caribbean vacation
I would suggest Gosling's or Krakin for this beverage. If you want to ruin it head for the Bacardi.
This Ale from Phillips has half the sweetness you'd expect of a ginger beer and goes down like a lager. You can taste a hint of juniper berries with the ginger.
If you've ever been to Phillips you know they have a local selection of Pop's you can buy and take home with you. This ale tastes like like a big kid version of a Pop you'd take home for your kid.
When you hit Victoria next, put this one on your list for tasters. You might even want to pick a couple up and take them home with you.
The Team at Canadian Craft Tours discusses what Hops are and how Hops impact the taste of beer. Hops make such a huge impact in flavour, bitterness and aroma and we've been using them in beer for centuries.
Hefeweizen from the German Hefe (yeast) and weizen (wheat) is one of the oldest recorded styles of beer, dating back to 3400 BC. Although we know it today as a traditional German style beer, wheat beers were first brewed by Sumarians and then the Egyptians centuries before the Bavarians began drinking the beer.