Beyond the Grape was one of the first to jump on the craft beer wave in the TriCities going from a wine only store for for over 12 years to adding Craft Beer kits in August 2013 with lessons on beginning brewing to currently one of the most extensive home brew shops in the lower mainland. The local brewing community on both the hobby side and professional side have embraced them and they have embraced them back, each showing strong support for the other. Beyond the Grape is the host for the TriCities Brew Club from which this Association was founded. Their General Manager Michael Druce is our Vice President and dedicates lots of his time to our events. They store all of the Associations materials and equipment and donate numerous items to the events. To say that they are key part of the TriCities craft scene is putting it mildly and we are glad they are here.
The TriCities Cask Festival Association was born out of this club, with all members of TCCFA coming from the club. It provides a lot of the volunteers, suggestion for the events and some of the prep work for the events.
The Campaign for Real Ale Society of British Columbia was incorporated in 1990 as a registered non-profit organization in the province of British Columbia. CAMRA BC is dedicated to the promotion and responsible consumption of natural, crafted beers. Membership across BC is made up of over 1500 individuals and continues to grow. CAMRA BC members are eager to apply their talents and experience to promoting widespread public appreciation of the many “real beers” that have become available in recent years. CAMRA BC is growing and opening up branches (CAMRA Vancouver being one of them) throughout the province to make it more accessible to all. CAMRA Vancouver is governed by a voluntary, unpaid executive elected by the membership. The society is financed through membership subscriptions, and the sale of merchandise. We receive no sponsorship from the industry.
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This brewery is largely responsible for this association existing, Co-Owner Dan Helmer put together the first Cask Festival in the tricities on his own with assistance from volunteers. One of those volunteers, our now VP, suggested that this could be more of a regular thing, Dan liking the idea lead to the birth of the Tricities Cask Festival Association. Moody Ales doesn't stop there often supporting up and coming breweries attend our events by letting them brew under their license for our events. They also store kegs for the events in their cold room, many of their staff volunteer at our events and also help the association out when they can with product sourcing with things like glassware.
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