Fall Tasting Passports launch starting in September across BC from Cranbrook & Kimberley to Vancouver’s North Shore.
BC Ale Trail’s ever popular Tasting Passports return this fall with five communities throughout BC, encouraging beer aficionados to collect stamps, explore new craft breweries, and win great prizes along the way.
With five new Tasting Passports available for pickup at participating businesses or the local tourism Visitor Information Centres, the BC Ale Trail wants to encourage folks to experience all that these great communities have to offer:
- September 16 to October 16: Cranbrook & Kimberley
- September 16 to October 16: Maple Ridge
- October 1 to 30: Central Vancouver Island, including Cowichan, Nanaimo and Parksville Qualicum Beach
- October 1 to 30: Langley
- November 3 to 30: Vancouver’s North Shore
Collect six unique stamps per passport to be entered to win a variety of prizes, including Grand Prize deluxe weekend getaways, BC Ale Trail swag packs, gift cards to your favourite breweries, and several other prizes featuring merchandise or gift cards from the participating businesses.
To learn more about the BC Ale Trail Tasting Passports, please contact Lesley.Chang@tartanbond.com.
About the BC Ale Trail
The BC Ale Trail is brought to you in partnership by Destination British Columbia and the BC Craft Brewers Guild. A BC Ale Trail is a series of self-guided itineraries highlighting local craft brewery destinations and the super, natural landscapes that surround them. Explore over 210 breweries across 22 Ale Trails around the province. New experiences are brewing nearby. For more information, visit https://bcaletrail.ca