Northern BC Ale Trail now split for beer lovers

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – There are two new ale trails in BC for beer lovers looking to explore the northern part …

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – There are two new ale trails in BC for beer lovers looking to explore the northern part of the province.

The formerly known Northern BC Ale Trail has been split into two separate regions: Northeast BC and Northwest BC.

“Once Fort St. John and Dawson Creek joined, however, it was a real trek for beer lovers. By splitting them into the East and West corners of the province, we were able to create more engaging itineraries which allow visitors to truly take in the unique experiences that both regions have to offer,” said Monica Frost, BC Ale Trail Project Lead.

A BC Ale Trail is a series of self-guided itineraries highlighting local craft brewery destinations and the super, natural landscapes surrounding them.

The Northeast BC Ale Trail includes Fort St. John’s Beard’s Brewing and Mighty Peace BrewingPost & Row Taphouse in Dawson Creek, where they’re in the process of adding an on-site brewery, Barkerville Brewing in Quesnel, Fox Mountain Brewing in Williams Lake, and Three Ranges Brewing in Valemount.

The launch of the two ale trails mark the 24th and 25th ale trails in the BC Ale Trail network and brings the total craft breweries participating in the BC Ale Trail to more than 180.

To plan an ale trail visit, download the BC Ale Trail App, or visit www.bcaletrail.com for more information.

 

 

 

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