Craft beer 101: What is a Crowler?

Craft beer 101: What is a Crowler?

No, it’s not a typo. A Crowler is a thing. A magnificent thing. By now, most people have heard of a Growler...we think. For anyone who hasn’t, a Growler is a large bottle of sorts that is used to transport craft beer so that you can enjoy it anywhere! Many even boast a collection of them from far and wide. These beautiful vessels have become a part of today’s craft beer culture and have allowed for a fresh craft beer experience straight from the source. 

Supporting the Chilliwack Vedder River Cleanup Society

Supporting the Chilliwack Vedder River Cleanup Society

We named our Amber Ale; River Valley Amber, to celebrate our beautiful home in Chilliwack’s River Valley…

To ensure we get to keep celebrating this breathtaking place, full of adventure, we wanted to do our part in keeping it as clean as possible. That’s why starting today (Sept 11), $1 from every pint of our River Valley Amber sold in the Old Yale Tasting Room will support the Chilliwack Vedder River Cleanup Society up to $1000, working to take care of Chilliwack’s Vedder River, one of our favourite places at Old Yale!

Craft beer 101: West Coast IPA vs. East Coast IPA

Craft beer 101: West Coast IPA vs. East Coast IPA

Who doesn’t love a little competition now and again, right? Well, in this Craft Beer 101 blog, we’re pitting the West Coast versus the East Coast… and no, we’re not talking about Biggie and Tupac… we’re talking beer, of course! It’s the battle of the IPAs.