new in beer

- vancouver island brewing:

Saturday, Nov. 23rd
1pm - 4pm

We will be hosting an open house - tasting event for Hermannator Ice Bock and Dough Head Gingerbread Ale on Saturday, Nov. 23 from 1pm - 4pm. This is a great opportunity to come down for a sample and go on a free craft brewery tour of our facility.

- phillips brewing:

November 4th, 2013 - Voting is now open for the 2013 Benefit Brew!

We're brewing a beer for a cause but we need you to tell us who.  Have your voice heard by voting for your charity of choice with the click of a mouse. You can vote once per day per computer, over at right up until November 16th. Tune back in on November 18th to find out who the winner is!

Regardless of how the voting turns out, every charity participating in the vote will receive a $500 donation.

- newly stocked at legacy liquor store in vancouver:

Phillips Brewing Snowcase - $75.25
A collection of Victoria’s finest craft beer from Phillips Brewing in one snappy looking advent calendar, featuring 24 delicious brews. In addition to everyone’s favourite standards, you’ll find various seasonal beers to please the palate, so make the countdown to December 25th go that much smoother with one of these calendars before the chance slips away and they’re all gone.
Evan Doan | Beer Team | Legacy Liquor Store

Robinsons Brewery Trooper - $5.95
Working as one, Robinsons Brewery and vocalist Bruce Dickinson have come together to produce Trooper, a true-to-its-roots English Bitter. Caramel in colour with all the bready, malty notes you would expect in a beer of this style, the palate features more malt followed by toffee, grains and a citrus zip. A medium-bodied brew that pairs perfectly with all of Iron Maiden’s legendary albums.
Chris Bonnallie | Beer Supervisor | Legacy Liquor Store
Malka Brewery Dry Stout - $4.15

A dry Irish stout from where you’d least expect it, Yehiam, Israel, this Kosher offering pours jet black in the glass and offers intense aromas of chocolate, cocoa, coffee and a touch of char. On the palate coffee is the main attraction, but it doesn’t overpower notes of vanilla and roasted barley and malts. With its medium body, this Israeli offering is more than enjoyable with its classic flavours, dry finish and overall deliciousness.


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