Beerstory 101: St. Hildegard of Bingen

  The fascinating and complicated history of one of beer’s most revered figures   In the annals of beer history, St. Hildegard of Bingen holds a unique distinction. The 12th century German abbess is responsible for the earliest surviving writings […]

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People’s Pint opens in the Junction

People's Pint is pouring beer from twelve taps this weekend.

Up-and-coming, new craft breweries often buy their equipment secondhand from their more established forerunners. People’s Pint took a more whole-hog approach and have taken over the space Junction left when they decamped to Symes Road. People’s Pint is run by Peter […]

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Welcome to the Growler, Ontario

After four years in B.C., the Growler is launching a sister publication in Ontario.

Isn’t spring wonderful? Birds chirping, trees budding, snow melting – new beer magazines launching. That’s right, Ontario, the Growler, B.C.’s ultimate craft beer guide, is setting up shop here in the land of butter tarts and winning hockey teams. We’re […]

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