ABBOTSFORD, KELOWNA & DUNCAN, BC – In what may be a new record for the province, three new craft breweries have turned on their taps in British Columbia in the last five days.
As noted on the Craft Beer Revolution Twitter feed, Ravens Brewing was the first of the trio to open last Friday (May 29th), serving tasters and growlers of Golden Ale and West Coast Pale Ale out of its brewery in Abbotsford.
BNA Brewing followed with a grand opening yesterday (June 1st) in downtown Kelowna. In addition to house-brewed beers such as Earl Pale Ale and Blood Sugar Hops Magic IPA, the full-scale restaurant and bar offers an extensive selection of other BC craft beers, as well as cocktails, wine, and a food menu focused on shareable dishes prepared with fresh and local ingredients.
Last but not least, today (June 2nd) saw the launch of Red Arrow Brewing in Duncan, where they are pouring flights and growlers of several brands including Kustom Kolsch, Midnite Umber Ale and Sweet Leaf IPA.
For more details an all three breweries, see their respective websites linked above.