Tree Brewing is hosting Brewphoria this Thursday. - Image: Contributed

Tree Brewing to host craft beer event

Twelve Okanagan breweries will be under one roof this week in Kelowna at Brewphoria

Tree Brewing is celebrating Craft Beer Month in B.C. by opening its doors to 11 other beer brewers this week.

The occasion is the Kelowna company’s third annual Brewphoria.

As with previous years Tree has asked each of the breweries to brew a unique cask that will be tapped just for that evening under the theme “Firsts,” a first beer brewed, a first style tasted or a first style that made a lasting impression.

“Brewphoria allows us to showcase the creativity, skill, and finesse of a number of Okanagan Breweries,” said Chris Stirling, Tree Brewing GM. “It highlights why the Okanagan is quickly becoming a nationally renowned craft beer destination. And frankly it’s a fun, entertaining, and totally unique event that a people look forward to all year, including myself.”

Tickets for the event are available at Tree Brewing, and The Tree Brewing Beer Institute.

Just Posted

Okanagan chefs battle at Great Kitchen Party

Chef Kai Koroll of 50th Parallel Estate Winery won the event Friday night

Pre-season booming at Big White with Hallmark movie production

Big White is the main drop for Hallmark’s film Alice in Winterland

Kelowna man sentenced to 18 months probation for filming co-workers in washroom

The man was conditionally discharged following a sentencing hearing on Friday

Owner of Lake Country’s controversial Airport Inn charged with assault

Raif Fleihan was charged with assault with a weapon, uttering threats and breach of recognizance

Interior Health issues warning about opioid-laced stimulants causing recent overdoses

Interior Health is urging residents using or considering using drugs to reconsider… Continue reading

VIDEO: B.C. couple creates three-storey ‘doggie mansion’ for their five pups

Group of seven, who Kylee Ryan has dubbed as the ‘wandering paws,’ have a neat setup in Jade City

MacKinnon powers Avs to 5-4 OT win over Canucks

Vancouver battled back late to pick up single point

Port Alberni mom takes school district to court over Indigenous smudging, prayer in class

Candice Servatius, who is an evangelical Christian, is suing School District 70

Family of B.C. man killed in hit-and-run plead for tips, one year later

Cameron Kerr’s family says the driver and passengers tried to cover their tracks

Chilliwack family’s dog missing after using online pet-sitting service

Frankie the pit bull bolted and hit by a car shortly after drop off through

B.C. wildlife experts urge hunters to switch ammo to stop lead poisoning in birds

OWL, in Delta, is currently treating two eagles for lead poisoning

B.C. First Nations drop out of court challenge, sign deals with Trans Mountain

Upper Nicola Band says deal represents a ‘significant step forward’

Pedestrian struck and killed in Kamloops accident

Kamloops RCMP responded to the incident at 5:30 p.m. Friday night

Most Read