The award-winning session style craft brewery joins Vancouver’s Canada
150+, a celebration of Indigenous and diverse arts & culture.
Canada 150+ honours the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First
Nations, whose people have lived and thrived on this unceded land since
time immemorial. It celebrates a shared future with Indigenous
people—where all communities, Nations and peoples are walking together
as a stronger society.
“Supporting the local community is a core value for Postmark.
Partnering with Canada 150+ on two large-scale events helps highlight
Postmark's commitment to celebrating our incredible home on the West
Coast and all the rich history that surrounds us," says
Postmark Co-Founder & Partner Steve Thorp.
All Canada 150+ events are free and family-friendly. Postmark Brewing
will be serving its flagship Session Blonde 355ml can along with other
supporting 355ml can selections at The Drum is Calling
Festival and Nomadic Tempest.
“We are honoured to be serving our local craft selections at such a
prestigious event. It is a big win for the entire craft beer
industry to be partnered with some of the most exciting events for
the Canada 150+ celebrations,” says Postmark Co-Founder & Partner
Postmark Brewing is a Vancouver, BC born and built craft brewery. Our
West Coast lifestyle and love for great quality beers for every
occasion led us to the design, development and brew of our favourite
pints. Consistent quality is paramount as we strive to create beers
that cater to not only our thirsty palate but to the active
lifestyles we enjoy with our friends and colleagues. At Postmark
Brewing we are inspired by more than just great tasting sessionable
craft beers, we enjoy taking a collaborative approach towards our other
passions in life including music, photography, travel, sport, design,
events and especially those who are taking risks and making great
things happen. Web: postmarkbrewing.com Social: @postmarkbrewing
Vancouver Commemorates Canada 150+ is a year-long celebration of
Indigenous and diverse arts and culture. Canada 150+ has three
signature events: Gathering of Canoes (July 14), The Drum is Calling
Festival (July 22-30) and Walk for Reconciliation (September 24) and
multiple associated projects taking place throughout 2017. Canada 150+
is grounded in community consultation, direction from Vancouver’s Urban
Aboriginal Peoples Advisory Committee, and permission and participation
from the three Host Nations. Web: canada150plus.ca Social: @canada150plus
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THE NEW FACE OF CRAFT BEER IS HERE
REBECCA WHYMAN • MARCH 8, 2019 Tara Rafiq illustration
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