Month: April 2016
Calling all CAMRA Vancouver members, The time has come to make your voices heard. At the AGM this past years many of you told me that you wanted us to take a stronger advocate stance on liquor policy. Well, that doesn’t start and end with the Executive Team; that starts and ends with all of…
We have seen so many breweries open in the Greater Vancouver area over the last few years. We saw pioneers like Brassneck push the concept of a brewery lounge license, which totally changed the landscape in the lower mainland for breweries that want to serve beer to their clients coming in. At this point, you…
In mid-March, the provincial government opened up a public consultation on public drinking in British Columbia. Unfortunately, their call for commentary seemed to last just about 24 hours – and their document requesting interested parties and stakeholders send in suggestions seems to have completely disappeared from their archives.