Craft beer lovers, listen up. Starting February 1st, you can hop on a bus or train and go on an exciting beer-tasting journey throughout Metro Vancouver – with 64 participating breweries, distilleries, tap houses, and private liquor stores to check out.
The BC Ale Trail just announced five new ‘passports’ that award participants with a stamp for each spot they visit. Once you’ve earned six unique stamps, you can turn in your ballot to any participating location for the chance to win a beer-themed Staycation package – and multiple entries are encouraged!
The new passports are part of a larger program called Dine the Line (presented by Translink and West Coast Foods), which takes participants on a journey through Metro Vancouver’s diverse food and drink scene. From the best plant-based spots to the best bubble tea, all you have to do is download the map of your choice, hop on a train, and check them out.
And now, for the month of February – you can do the same thing with some of the best craft beer in and around the city. Simply snag a passport at one of the 64 participating spots, and get to tasting!
Below are the five regions participating in the passport program:
- 11 locations in Burnaby, Coquitlam, New Westminster and Port Coquitlam
- All six breweries located on Murray Street, AKA “Brewers Row”
- 14 locations in Delta, Richmond, Surrey and White Rock
- 15 locations in Vancouver from Main Street & Mount Pleasant west to Granville Island
- 18 locations in East Vancouver
Note that one lucky entrant will win the grand prize in each region, and there will be secondary prize draws which include merch and gift cards to participating businesses.
Well, that’s all for now, Vancouver.