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Craft Beer Revolution

The history and insight into B.C. breweries

by Kimberly Shellborn
Cover of the book Craft Beer Revolution.
The Insider's guide to B.C. breweries. — Photo courtesy Craft Beer Revolution

For anyone who is interested in craft beer, this is a must read. Joe Wiebe takes you on a tour of the breweries themselves, giving vital information as to where they can be located, how many types of beer they produce, and where their beer can be bought outside the brewery. Beyond that, he explains the tap list of each beer in the brewery, giving details such as the flavour, colour and history of each type of beer. Craft beer is relatively new in Canada, and Wiebe walks through the history of the industry and profiles 50 craft breweries and the people behind them.

You can pick up your copy of the Craft Beer Revolution at your favourite bookstore or order it online.

For the month of August, enter the RVwest photo contest for a chance to win a copy of Craft Beer Revolution.  

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