Continue Your Adventure Along the BC Ale Trail

By Alana Livingston

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Boasting an impressive list of 21 self-guided ale adventures throughout British Columbia, the BC Ale Trail also includes craft community partners (ciders and distilleries), tours, attractions and accommodations. Be sure to check out some of the Squamish offerings and don’t forget to download the app for info and awards!

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Howe Sound Brewing Co: The pioneer brewery of Squamish and Historic Hotel. Howe Sound is the ideal home base for your adventure, surrounded by views of the infamous Stawamus Chief Mountain, with a large, rustic brewpub that is family- and dog-friendly with delicious food and brews.

A-FRAME Brewing: The owners of this brewery were inspired by many memories and experiences shared with loved ones on the lake and in their family cabin. This inclusive and welcoming brewery offers fantastic low-alcohol (and regular brews) that leave you with plenty of energy left for the day’s adventures.

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Backcountry Brewing: Amazing food, fantastic beer and an ambience you’ll never want to leave. Not to mention some of the most hilarious beer names and labels you’ve ever seen.

Raincity Distillery: Traditional artisanal methods used to produce unique spirits with influences from Europe and Asia. Enjoy beautifully crafted cocktails alongside equally delicious dumplings.

Cliffside Cider: Take in a great view of “The Chief” on the patio while partaking in freshly made cider, each with very unique blends and flavors. 

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