Victoria Beer Society’s Beer Truck will be in Centennial Square noon to 6 p.m. Saturday for the first prototype of their Pop-Up Beer Garden. (Victoria Beer Society‎ Facebook)

Pop-up beer garden pours in Centennial Square

Beer truck features 12 drinks on tap

The beer and good times will flow Saturday as Victoria Beer Society rolls its pop-up beer garden into Centennial Square.

From noon to 6 p.m., the society’s new Beer Truck will set up shop in Centennial Square for the first Pop-Up Beer Garden.

This is the first of many that are scheduled to pop up across the city throughout the summer. The free, family-friendly events will feature a diverse selection of B.C. craft beer, as well as some non-alcoholic kombucha and sparkling water.

Pouring out of the Beer Truck this weekend:

  • Whistler Brewing Company – Hazy Trail Pale Ale
  • Vancouver Island Brewing – Hermannator [Bourbon Barrel-Aged]
  • Driftwood Brewery – Singularity [bourbon barrel-aged imperial stout]
  • Mount Arrowsmith Brewing Company – ‘The Sprut’ Spruce Tip Brut IPA
  • Swans Brewery, Pub & Hotel – Comet IPA
  • Yellow Dog Brewing – High 5 Hazy IPA
  • Yellow Dog Brewing – Go Fetch Saison
  • Hoyne Brewing Company – Alpha Acid IPA
  • Hoyne Brewing Company – Helios Golden Lager
  • Small Block Brewery – Nail Head Canadian Pale Ale
  • Cultured Kombucha – Mango Kombucha
  • Cultured Kombucha – Himalayan Sea Salt Sparkling Water

RELATED: Getting hopped up for Victoria Beer Week

Victoria Beer Society is a membership-driven community that produces Victoria Beer Week in March and the Great Canadian Beer Festival in September.


 

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