6 Craft Beers To Try During Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week 2018
Don’t miss these local craft beers at the Vancouver North Shore Craft Beer Week. Let the beer games begin! #VNSBC
By Clara Jaide on Oct. 17, 2018
Vancouver’s second annual North Shore Craft Beer Week begins this Friday, October 19th and us beer geeks are more excited than ever. The North Vancouver craft beer festival will showcase local beer companies, craft breweries, and even premiere samples from breweries that will be making their way to North Vancouver in late 2018/2019!
In case you’re having trouble deciding which beers you should sample and look for (which is all of them), we’ve compiled a list to help you start your North Vancouver craft beer checklist:
Beer Style: India Pale Ale
Beer Style: Dry Hopped Pilsner
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The beer equivalent of finger guns and a backwards hat. VERY COOL VERY CHILL, our dry hopped pilsner is back in cans! Lovingly lagered, dry hopped with fine noble hops, and ready for your immediate enjoyment. Crisp, bright flowery hops, light citrus, moderate bittering. A nod to German pilsner. #haveabeere
Beer Style: American IPA
Style: Wild IPA
Style: England IPA
Now that we’ve got the start of your list, finish it off! Tell us your favourite beer from Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week!
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