The Society of Beer Drinking Ladies is bringing their extremely popular Bevy beer event here to Ottawa on April 14th at the Allsaints Event Space.
Nordik Spa-Nature adapts to the changing seasons so we don’t have to. Four recent additions to the spa.
The return of winter’s frigid weather is sure to have everyone wanting to stay indoors, but the weekend has plenty of awesome things you’ll sure be sad to have missed, if you are unwilling to brave the outdoors. Don’t believe us? Here’s proof! All Weekend Megaphono kicked off yesterday, for their third great year. There […]
The doldrums of an Ontario winter can be tough. It’s cold, dark and the snowbanks have overtaken the streets and sidewalks. Need something to look forward to as winter’s longest, yet shortest, month approaches? Beau’s brewing gets it, so they’ve created FeBREWary.
Beau’s is aiming to raise and donate $5 million to various “community-building groups, charitable organizations, and independent arts” over the next 10 years.
A local Ottawa business committed to fair trade practices, Happy Goat sources from small-crop farmers in Africa, Asia, Central and South America.
For your local New Year’s Eve party consideration: CRAFT Beer Market is capping off 2016 with a four-course beer and meal pairing.
Dominion City Brewing Co. n’est pas en reste et annonçait récemment un agrandissement et une nouvelle image de marque pour 2017 et ce, moins de trois ans après son ouverture.
A conversation with brewery co-founder Josh McJannett about what Dominion City has in store for 2017 and beyond.
The dinner takes place at the new Andaz Hotel at 6:30PM. Attendees will want to wear their most forgiving slacks as they’ll be enjoying 5 courses of next-level food.
The Rwanda Craft Brewery Project is an ambitious social project spearheaded by the generous folks over at Beau’s Brewery.
Wentsi Yeung on first trying kombucha: “It was love at first sip and I felt like it was something I needed to share with everyone.”
Let’s face it: sometimes work makes you want to drink.
Over its ten years of existence, Martini Madness has raised over $250,000 in support of Crohn’s and Colitis Canada research.
This month Bicycle Craft Brewery celebrated its second year in business and, in honour of this accomplishment, is throwing a little libation celebration on Saturday October 1, at the brewery (850 Industrial Ave.).