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Canadian Beercation Destinations

Want to take a vacation, but money is a little tight? Staycations don’t have to be boring especially if you turn it into a beercation!

Canadian Beercation Destinations

If you are in Canada already, try being a beer tourist in your own city. Check our #DrinkLocal pages for breweries you may not have tried and events that are coming up.

If you are American well it’s time to head north to Canada where the American dollar is worth more, so you can get more bang for your buck.

Learn to Brew in Vancouver

Homebrew Workshop
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Grab a Beer in Calgary

Wild Rose Brewery in Calgary
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Beer Fest in Toronto

Toronto Beer Festival
Image by: Best of Toronto

 

all Our Canadian #DrinkLocal Cities

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