2016 - Happy May 2-4! We're celebrating with two brand new
releases. Box Set is a mixed can pack featuring Blue Buck,
Analogue 78 and Pilsner. STUMP Botanicale is a seasonal 650 that
celebrates the flavours found in our STUMP Gin. For more info on
each please see below.
Box Set Mixed
Can Pack - 355mL 5.0% ABV
This mixed can pack is made to travel. For the first
time ever Analogue 78 Kolsch and our craft brewed Pilsner are in a can,
with the trio anchored by the infamous Blue Buck. Whether your
summer adventures take you to the top of a mountain, the middle of a
lake, or just as far as the BBQ in your backyard, this case offers the
perfect mix track for your session.
Box Set is available from private, craft-focused liquor stores starting
this week, and available from the brewery now!
Botanicale - 650mL 6.2% ABV
Inspired by our craft-distilled STUMP Gin that we release
under our Fermentorium Distilling umbrella, this
brew mirrors the flavours found in the gin. Soft forest flora
flavours are highlighted with bright citrus in a patio-perfect ale.
The brew is only available for a limited time from select, craft-focused
private liquor stores.
If you find yourself in our neck of the woods this Thursday May 26th, pop
in from 4-6pm for a free tasting of this very special brew.
Brewing Company Launches Tricycle Meyer Lemon Radler as part of their
Tricycle Beer Series East Vancouver
craft brewery releases new Tricycle flavour in time for summer
Vancouver, B.C. – May 25, 2016 – Parallel 49 Brewing Company is
celebrating the warmer weather with the arrival of the Tricycle Meyer
Lemon Radler. The second in Parallel 49 Brewing Company’s
Tricycle Series, the Meyer Lemon Radler is a refreshing lager blended
with Meyer lemon juice. The Tricycle Meyer Lemon Radler is now
available in 6-pack cans or on draught at Parallel 49 Brewing Company’s
tasting room (1950 Triumph St., Vancouver) and in select liquor stores
across the city.
The Meyer Lemon Radler is a dry, citrusy brew backed by Parallel 49
Brewing Company’s award-winning Craft Lager. Low in alcohol
content at 3.5 %, the malt sweetness of the lager balances the
tanginess of the Meyer lemon juice. The seasonal brew boasts
notes of lemon and mandarin orange and will be available until August
success of the Grapefruit Radler we’re thrilled to be adding to our
radler family,” said Graham With, Head Brewer at Parallel
49 Brewing Company.
“Similar to the first in our Tricycle series, the Meyer Lemon Radler is
light, refreshing and the perfect drink for a hot summers day.”
Parallel 49 Brewing Company releases
new Tricycle flavour, a Meyer Lemon Radler.
This summer, Parallel 49 Brewing Company encourages beer
lovers to share their favourite Meyer Lemon Radler cocktail, using the
hashtag #SpikeYourTrike and tagging @Parallel49Beer on Instagram and
Parallel 49 Brewing Company: Parallel 49 Brewing Company is an East
Vancouver microbrewery brewing up some of the most unique and high
quality craft beers in BC. Since opening in 2012, their cheekily
named brews have become staples amongst craft beer enthusiasts.
Staples include the Filthy Dirty IPA and Gypsy Tears Ruby Ale. Parallel
49 Brewing Company’s Craft Lager won gold at the 2015 BC Beer Awards.
Visit Parallel 49 Brewing Company’s tasting room at 1950 Triumph Street
and stop by liquor stores across the lower mainland to purchase 12 and
6 pack bottles. Growlers and growler fills are also available at
the tasting room.
I'm single. I have been for several years.
I was really enjoying my single state during those years. I did what I wanted, when I wanted. It was pretty glorious.
I've started thinking though, that I would like some companionship too.
Now that I have popped by head up and looked around, I realize I have no idea how one goes about meeting people.
I have friends. But there's not a pool of potential dates within that friend group. Or anyone with a secret stash of available friends of friends they have somehow kept from me until now.
How did I used to get dates?
I would start playing a new sport. Or go to the bar.
I'm middle-aged now. There is no bar.
I don't think.
Is there one?
God, if there is, someone tell me where it is!
I understood the etiquette of meeting people at bars.
I do not understand this whole internet dating and hooking up thing.
I wish there was a book - How to Internet Date for Middle-Aged Dummies
There is this cheatsheet, but geesh, how old do …
THE NEW FACE OF CRAFT BEER IS HERE
REBECCA WHYMAN • MARCH 8, 2019 Tara Rafiq illustration
You know that phenomenon when something, seemingly out of nowhere, tickles your brain, then takes up residence, and has you ruminating for months? That’s what happened to me at Bart Watson’s key-note speech at the B.C. Brewers’ Conference back in October. The chief economist for the American Brewers Association gave an engaging talk about the state of craft brewing, chock-full of brain tickling stats and his interpretations of what they mean now and for the future. Including this innocuous little slide:
Nothing controversial here, folks. Just that some craft beer drinkers are drinking more craft beer, and say they are doing so because they visit breweries. Isn’t that nice? The industry must love when the already-converted are drinking even more craft. And all breweries had to do was offer appreciators a way to visit them at the source? Pure gold! …