Festival du Voyageur has partnered up with two Manitoba breweries for 2020.
Fort Garry Brewing and Farmery Estate Brewery will provide made-in-Manitoba beer and other beverages for the upcoming winter festival.
By The Canadian Press
REGINA — Saskatchewan residents no longer have limits on how much alcohol they can bring home from other provinces for personal use.
The government says most provinces have some restrictions when it comes to the interprovincial movement of liquor.
WINNIPEG — A local medically-licensed marijuana producer has partnered with Fort Garry Brewing Company to launch a hemp-infused beer ahead of Canada’s legalization of recreational marijuana in July.
Delta 9 Legal Lager is now on store shelves at Manitoba Liquor Mart stores across the province.
Manitoba’s annual ban on liquor in provincial campgrounds for the May long weekend has been lifted.
“We know Manitobans love to get out and enjoy the great outdoors whenever possible, so we want to make this change and allow adults the opportunity to responsibly enjoy their experience at our provincial parks,” Sustainable Development Minister Rochelle Squires said in a statement.
A pair of youth was arrested Tuesday night after Winnipeg police say they robbed a beer vendor at knifepoint.
The manager of a vendor in the 1100 block of St. Mary’s Road called police after a boy came in and tried to pay for a case of beer. When asked for ID, the suspect fled the store with the beer.
The Winnipeg Goldeyes are pouring support for Manitoba-based breweries by dedicating a new deck at Shaw Pack completely to local brew.
Called Craft Beer Corner, the baseball club has entered into a partnership with a handful of breweries to highlight their beer during game days this season.
A popular Winnipeg craft brewery announced Thursday it has closed until further notice.
PEG Beer Co. said in a brief Facebook post, “We are currently closed. Once we are able to provide further info, we will. Thank you for your support and understanding.”
By The Canadian Press
BRANDON, Man. – Ordering a standard, big-brand beer in one western Manitoba restaurant can leave your wallet hammered a lot more than you.
Prairie Firehouse in Brandon has decided to charge $15 for a regular-size can of Bud Light — double or more the price of other suds on the menu.
Winnipeg’s newest taproom and brewery are now open in the south end of the city.
Stone Angel Brewing opened in early September, but now has the suds flowing on a spacious taproom serving up two new beers.
WINNIPEG — Animals aren’t the only ones who play when the sun sets at Assiniboine Park Zoo.
A new event this fall will have adults flocking to Assiniboine Park Zoo to celebrate Manitoba’s growing craft beer industry.