Victoria’s Ale Trail
Are you heading to Victoria this summer? Don’t forget to take a “hike” on the Victoria Ale Trail.
By Shira Kogut on May. 31, 2017
Hitting the Victoria Ale Trail
If you are spending your next beercation in Victoria, BC. Don’t forget to check out the Victoria Ale Trail.
You can start wherever you like, but it’s a great loop filled with brewpubs and breweries. Hit them all in one day or divide them over several days depending on how long you have and what else you’d like to see.
What are the Stops:
BC Ale Trail
If you are also heading to other parts of BC there are six other ale trails all part of the bigger BC Ale Trail. Don’t forget to check them out. And if you are heading off the beaten path to make your own Ale Trail here are some great BC options:
Getting Home Safely
If you are going to drink at all your stops please make sure you call a cab or car service. We want you to enjoy yourself, but also get home safely. Remember…
Drinking can be fun, but be smart about it.
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