Beer, Wine & Spirits in Mission


Three-Hour Introduction to Wine Course for One or Two People at WineTaste (Up to 66% Off)

WineTaste

COQUITLAM PUBLIC LIBRARY

A 3-hour overview of all things grape, intended for those with very little or no wine knowledge; tasting of 7 Benchmark wines is included

C$139 C$49

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Brewery Tour with Optional Tasting for Two or Four at Central City Brewers + Distillers (64% Off)

Central City Brewers + Distillers

Central City Brewers and Distillers

Duos or foursomes tour 65,000-square-foot craft brewery, then optionally sip its beers

C$19.50 C$7

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Winery Tour and Tasting for Two or Four at Pacific Breeze Winery (Up to 53%Off)

Pacific Breeze Winery

New Westminster

Group guided walking tours explain the winery’s history and winemaking process followed by samples of their best selling wines

C$30 C$15

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Beer-Brewing or Winemaking Class for One, Two, or Four at Broadway Brewing and Winemaking (Up to 58% Off)

Broadway Brewing and Winemaking

Vancouver

Students learn how to sterilize equipment, ferment their libation, and bottle it under the tutelage of DIY experts

C$45 C$22

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Winery Tour and Tasting Session for Two, Four, or Eight at Canada Berries (Up to 64% Off)

Canada Berries

Canada Berries

After touring the winery and cellar, guests sip on up to 10 varieties of wine and snack on gourmet fruits and cheeses

C$58 C$24

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Winery Tour for Two or Four at LuLu Island Winery (Up to 58% Off)

LuLu Island Winery

LuLu Island Winery

Tour of an award-winning winery with a wine tasting and gourmet food pairings

C$52 C$23

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Saanich Peninsula or Cowichan Valley Wine Tour for Two or Four from Surfside Adventure Tours (Up to 56% Off)

Surfside Adventure Tours

Multiple Locations

Tour-goers pass Vancouver Island’s beautiful scenery on their way to a handful of award-winning vineyards

C$178 C$80

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Distillery Tour for Two or Four with Bottles at Dry County Distillery (Up to 55% Off) 

Dry County Distillery

Dry County Distillery

Guests tour facility that crafts small-batch liquors before selecting bottles to take home

$30 $14

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Select Local Merchants

  • Dead Frog Brewery
    Years ago, Derrick and Donna Smith began brewing a quartet of ales together, the steaming vats of barley filling their small facility with steam. They quickly gained the attention of beer drinkers and critics and expanded into a 10,000-square-foot space. There, they invite you to check out new craft brews such as Classic Nut Brown Ale, Bold Belgian Pale Ale, and Seasonal Citrus Wit. Rotating seasonal suds fill the recognizable frog-emblazoned bottles with beers whose flavors vary with the season. Derrick and Donna offer clients a peek inside their operation with tours and tastings.
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    27272 Gloucester Way
    Aldergrove, BC CA
  • Boundary Bay Brewery & Bistro
    From the beginning, Boundary Bay Brewery knew they wanted to make the kinds of beers that they liked to drink: big, bold Northwest brews. They began producing award-winning handcrafted beers and quickly became a place where the locals love to go. They believe strongly in local economy and in keeping their community vibrant and healthy. To that end, Boundary Bay Brewery partner with at least 15 local suppliers/farmers to create a menu of fun, fresh Northwest pub food and help support over 100 local non-profits annually. Located in a restored historic warehouse, the brewery opened in 1995 with the goal of brewing bold, flavorful beers. It quickly became popular with locals, who now make use of the space year-round. During the summer, crowds come out to dine on the deck or drink light, refreshing brews in the beer garden. Seven taps are devoted to house brews that are always on tap, while the others are for seasonal brews, brewing experiments like single hop ales and small batch beers that are only brewed rarely. Two cask beers are always available as well. When the weather grows cold, beers like Cabin Fever, a strong-brewed winter ale, rise in popularity and no table seems to lack plates of locally caught sockeye salmon or nachos with housemade salsa and a plethora of additional ingredients from the family-friendly bistro. Although the craft brewery's offerings are representative of the Northwest, the brews have amassed more than 100 impressive awards from festivals and competitions across the country.
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    1107 Railroad Ave.
    Bellingham, WA US
  • Maan Farms Market & Country Kitchen
    Though it started as a small berry stand in 1977, Maan Farms Market & Estate Winery has spent the last three decades expanding, accommodating, and providing its community with a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of urban living. One constant during that time, however, has been the family's dedication to producing fresh edibles, from juicy berries picked during the summer, to the crisp vegetables and sweet corn that spread across tables in the fall. Today, those are also supplemented by fermented produce: fruit wines, made from the farm's own berries and sold by experts who always have a pairing suggestion on hand. While visiting the farm, guests can utilize those wholesome treats as fuel to explore the property's collection of activities, including the Critter Corral, where pigs, bunnies, and ducks elicit wonder by munching scoops of food or re-enacting chapters from Charlotte's Web. A bird sanctuary, a patch of pumpkins ranging from 10 to 100 pounds, a panoramic view of the valley, and a trio of mazes?including Papa Joe's corn maze?round out the lineup of agricultural attractions, which group tours, birthday parties, and campers can take advantage of at various times throughout the year.
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    790 Mckenzie Rd
    Abbotsford, BC CA
  • Maan Farm Market & Estate Winery - Food
    Though it started as a small berry stand in 1977, Maan Farms has spent the last three decades expanding, accommodating, and providing its community with a welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of urban living. One constant during that time, however, has been the family's dedication to producing fresh edibles, from juicy berries picked during the summer, to the crisp vegetables and sweet corn that spread across tables in the fall. While visiting the farm, guests can utilize those wholesome treats as fuel to explore the property's collection of activities, including the Critter Corral, where pigs, bunnies, and ducks elicit wonder by munching scoops of food or re-enacting chapters from Charlotte's Web. In addition to the year-round country market, guests can indulge in meals from resident chef, Marcel Pheiffer, in the country kitchen or at the VIP Chef's Table. A panoramic view of the valley, a renowned estate winery, and a versatile event center round out the lineup of attractions, which group tours, birthday parties, and campers can take advantage of throughout the year.
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    790 McKenzie Rd.
    Abbotsford, BC CA
  • Jelly Marketing
    At first blush, Langley Wine Tours seems like a simple tourism booster, drawing attention to the lush vineyards that dot the region's rolling hills. That description is true, of course; the tour grants oenophiles access, tours, and tastings at seven destinations, including Back Yard Vineyards, and Krause Berry Farms & Estate Winery. However, that's not where Langley Wine Tours magnanimity ends. Instead of keeping its well-earned money, the company donates 100% of its profits to the Langley Animal Protection Society. The company also gives back to its best customers; travelers can enter to win a variety of prizes by collecting tickets at each of their destinations, with gifts ranging from hotel stays and helicopter rides to cases of wine and singing telegrams delivered by the town crier.
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    33820 S Fraser Way
    Abbotsford, BC CA
  • West Coast Wine Education
    What's proper etiquette for the queen's sommelier? West Coast Wine Education's John Gerum confronted this question head on when he served Queen Elizabeth II. Apparently he made the right choice, as he went on to pour wine for prime ministers, presidents, provincial premiers, and cultural icons during his 20-year career. Gerum's achievement distills three generations of fine-dining experience that was passed down from his father, a chef, and his grandfather, a maitre d'. Wine education was always his passion, so when starting out, he sought personal instruction from the master sommelier Andrew Lalibert? and demonstrated a palate refined enough to earn him membership and certification from the International Sommelier Guild. Gerum often merges his know-how with other wine educators to cultivate a roster of classes and hone their delivery. These experts join in delineating scotch terroir and describing the bouquet of a student's favourite pinot-stained shirt with an easy professionalism that has enthralled groups of up to 300 people. They share their expertise with casual drinkers and professionals during two-hour workshops, in consultation for store openings and events, and through appearances on Global TV.
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    20090 91A Avenue
    Langley, BC CA