Organic or not? Grow your own or use a supplier? What hops variety is a good base? What should be done when there are hops shortages? Poured Canada explores this and much more in this issue's cover feature. Find it on page 18.
An Ice Breaker on National Trade
Uncorking Canada's potential.
in the digital age, it's getting harder for companies facing a product recall to protect their all-important brands.
Cheers to Change
Beer advocates – those who make it and those who drink it – have traditionally been a pretty homogenous bunce. However, newcomers are increasingly showing up in Canada's taprooms, proving that diversity benefits everyone, including business.
Boost the Bottom Line
Using your establishment to host events can add value and generate new patrons.
Best Service Forward
Secret Hopper provides a service for breweries to obtain valuable customer feedback.
All in the Family
Sleeman Breweries contrinues to build on the family legacy.
A Twist on the Traditional for Big Flavour
Mad Laboratory Distilling is proving that size does not matter when it comes to distilling some of the best spirits found along the West Coast.
Keeping it Green
Stratus Vineyards continues their efforts for environmental sustainability.
Selecting hops can be a complicated business.
In Barley We Trust
The Canadian Malting Barley Technical Centre puts the walk in Canada's malting barley talk.
Brewing Up Innovation
Durham College's Centre for Craft Brewing Innovation.
Letter from the Editor
On the Menu