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i'll be on with kirk williams at 5:50 p.m. today
on cbc radio one's on the coast talking about beer!

and here's what i had to say two weeks ago about summer beers:

5 summer craft beer recommendations from our beer columnist

Here's another summer crop ready to harvest a little bit early

By On the Coast, CBC News Posted: May 29, 2015 6:57 PM PT Last Updated: May 29, 2015 6:58 PM PT
Summer is the traditional season of Hefeweizen wheat beers, fruit ales and crisp lagers, like Moon Under Water Brewery's session lager Light Side of the Moon.
Summer is the traditional season of Hefeweizen wheat beers, fruit ales and crisp lagers, like Moon Under Water Brewery's session lager Light Side of the Moon. (Moon Under Water Brewery)
It seems brewers are pushing out the summer crop of beers a little early this year. 
Rebecca Whyman
On the Coast beer columnist Rebecca Whyman. (CBC)
On the Coast's beer columnist Rebecca Whyman gives her top picks for the upcoming season.
Moon Under Water Brewery - Light Side of the Moon 4.2% 
A nice light lager that's perfect for patio sipping. Made with rice malt and orange peel, it's dry and refreshing.
Four Winds Brewing Co. -  Sovereign Saison  8.5% 
A dry-hopped sour saison with elderflower notes. These tend to be much higher alcohol beers and are best shared with friends.
Brasserie Dieu du Ciel - Disco Soleil 6.5%
This Montreal brewery has exported their beer to Vancouver. It is a citrus IPA made with kumquats.
Parallel 49 -  Sour White Ale 7% 
This ale is aged for a year in chardonnay barrels giving it a lot of plum, pear and apple notes on top of acidity that will cut through barbecued foods really nicely.
Fernie Brewing -  Slingshot Session Ale 4.5% 
A full-bodied IPA with those delicious mosaic hops.

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