Vancouver’s North Shore Has Their First Ever Craft Beer Week - West Coast Food

by Catherine Dunwoody

Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association has partnered with the five (soon to be seven!) microbreweries to host their first-ever craft beer festival, running from October 6-13, 2017.

Vancouver’s North Shore goes from Deep Cove to Horseshoe Bay, and participating breweries are offering everything from cask nights to craft brewery crawls, to Brewmaster’s Dinners, and more.

Black Kettle Brewing Company | Image courtesy of Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association

Who’s in on the fun? Beere Brewing Company, Black Kettle Brewing Company, Bridge Brewing Company, Deep Cove Brewers and Distillers, and Hearthstone Brewery. Serious about beer? Get your very own Vancouver’s North Shore Craft Beer Week Passport and get stamped as you sip your way to the opportunity to win a prize draw. Think hotel stays, Capilano Suspension Bridge passes, filled growlers, and much more.

The passport is your guide to beer and your ticket to the prize draw.

“We are delighted to introduce this festival, and our craft breweries, to new and old friends alike”, said Jennifer Belak, Executive Director at Vancouver’s North Shore Tourism Association. “There is so much to see and do on Vancouver’s North Shore and our breweries are as varied as our attractions.”

For more information and to download the passport, visit

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