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Okanagan Fest of Ales
20th Year
Friday, April 10, 2015 to Saturday, April 11, 2015

The 20th Annual Event takes place Friday, April 10th 4:00 - 9:00 and Saturday April 11th noon - 6:00 at the Penticton Trade and Convention Centre, 273 Power Street, Penticton BC.

Ticket Price $20 (Cdn)Per person per day plus facility* & handling fees and GST

You must be 19 years or older to purchase tickets or to attend the event

What is included in your ticket price? Each ticket includes access on the day of the ticket; live entertainment; a limited edition souvenir OFOA acrylic sampling glass; a $3 Get Home Safe coupon (for use with any participating taxi or Get Home Safe program supplier); and a souvenir passport.

How do I purchase sampling tokens? Tokens are sold separately at the event. OFOA tokens sales are by CASH only. An ATM machine is available on-site. If you have any red tokens left over from previous years, bring them with you - they are valid each year. Tokens have a $2 value and include tax. Each $2 token is good for food (denominations vary by vendor) or a 4 oz. beverage sample.

It's going to be another great show. Don't miss out. Get your tickets before they sell out.

Friday, April 10, 2015 to Saturday, April 11, 2015
Shipping Issues
Many reasons but no beer

This has been a very difficult season to get beer to BC.  Beer is routed through the Panama Canel during the winter and there have been several labour issues along the western seaboard causing all sorts of delays. 

The breweries in Belgium and France have also had a difficult fall and winter and some breweries are completely out of stock no even able to supply their own brew houses. 

This does us absolutely no good.  Although we have a lot of beer on order, we are low on a lot of SKUs.  Please bear with us.

cheers - Leanne

Gluten Free Expo
Canada's largest Gluten Free Event
Saturday, January 17, 2015 to Sunday, January 18, 2015

Gluten Free Expo is Canada’s largest gluten free event. Discover, Sample, and Save on hundred’s of Gluten Free Products while learning from leading experts. Visit us at booth 818, Vancouver Convention Center, East @ 999 Canada Place

Advanced Online Tickets: $12, limited quantity. Tickets at the Door: $15 for adults, and free for accompanying children 10 years of age and under.

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Saturday, January 17, 2015 to Sunday, January 18, 2015
New Year, New Beer
All the best for 2015

It hardly seems possible that another year has passed so quickly. Good news....? Our incredible new German beers have arrived. Neuzeller KlosterBrau products are here, cleared and making their way to a store near you. Also, Brasserie Dubuisson has re-packaged their ever-popular Cuvee des Trolls so they are available in single bottle format.

Choose from the incredible Porter, delicious Kirsch (cherry), original Badebier (black beer), and their famous Mord & Totschlag (murder and manslaughter).

They're all so good it will be difficult choosing your favorite.

CBC Reviews 3 Christmas Beer
On The Coast beer columnist Rebecca Whyman poses with her three picks for seasonal beer.
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

On the Coast aired Nov 25 '14. Listen here:
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/3-holiday-beers-to-celebr...

Winter beer is usually all about vanilla, but for On the Coast beer columnist Rebecca Whyman, this year the holidays are about Christmas ales from Belgium.

Whyman says all three are vanilla-free, and can be imported from Bravo Beer Company or found at specialty beer stores.

Bonsecours Blonde de Noel : One of the only blonde ales brewed for Christmas, it is made with malt, candi sugar, hops and yeast. This is a sweet, yeasty and fruity beer with notes of clove, coriander and citrus.

Noel de Silenrieux: An organic spiced Belgian brown ale made with barley malt, candi sugar, hops and spices. It tastes of cherries, figs, grapes and pears. It has a sweet initial taste, moving to caramel and molasses.

Scaldis Noel: A dry-hopped Belgian strong dark ale made with barley malt, candi sugar, hops and yeast. It tastes of toffee, oak, nuts, pepper, stone fruit and all spice with the mouthfeel of a sherry or port.

On the Web:
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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