Author: Sea to Sky Beer Guy

It’s About Time…

Life’s quest for truth & compatibility ultimately comes down to time. Will this add or subtract from my overall experience and do I have the time to find out? It’s About Time, a double IPA collaboratively brewed by Twin Sails Brewing, Boombox Brewing and Backcountry Brewing and released to the drooling masses on Twin Sails’…

Read more
 

In Search of Humanity…

The first week of a new year is a string of days, like any other. Or is it? Often used as a time of reflection, these days can hold power, elevating them above their brethren. For some, the “days of the new” stand outside of time, offering “truths” seldom seen during the fetch & carry…

Read more
 

The Long Road to Utopia…

Utopia: an imagined place or state of perfection. In my Utopia each beached piece of driftwood holds a tale within it twist and a treasure at its core. Utopia, a Dry Hopped Peach Sour by Howe Sound Brewing Company.  This beautifully adorned beer was as delicious on the inside as out. An approachable tartness, like…

Read more
 

Searching for Pablo…

This beauty of a BFF is about a NE IPA named Pablo Esco Gnar, the second coming of a collaboration between two of British Columbia’s best Bedouin breweries: Superflux Beer Company and Boombox Brewing Company. Hey Superflux!  Hey Boombox!  Did I ever tell you about the time I went on a Quixotic quest for Pablo…

Read more
 

Loopholes in Exile…

The life of a beer writer is… …weird at best, hedonistically problematic at most.  Your subject is the drink, which, by its very nature, must be drunk.  And in this wildly rotating world we inhabit where words alone won’t do, photographic evidence of said drink must be provided.  ‘Tis not enough to simply put the…

Read more
 

Squamish Beer Festival 2018

The Squamish Beer Festival was a spectacle now only visible in our rear view mirror.  And while objects in the mirror are closer than they appear, I fear it’s getting further away with each passing day.  But there is no melancholy here, the damned thing was far too fun to for sadness to seep in. …

Read more