In case you haven’t heard, Kamloops’ BrewLoops Beer Festival is kind of a big deal.
This annual celebration of beer, bikes, and live music celebrates Kamloops culture with 10 different events spread out over five days.
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Events include Iron Road Casual Ride, a guided ride ending up at Kamloops’ newest brewery, Iron Road, a Bike Pub Crawl and Block Party, a Farmers Market Tasting, and a Fat Bike Picnic and Ride to name a few.
Other attractions include a home brew competition, tap takeovers, and beer knowledge seminars.
Many of these events are free, but we suggest you opt to pay for tickets to the two most lively events in this festival.
The tailgate-style outdoor Block Party ($25) features four local performers on the main stage, food trucks, a cider bar, midway games and a ferris wheel, while the other big event, the Great Balls of Fire Cask Night ($50), is a Grease-themed night filled with shenanigans which features beer-inspired bites, beer samples, three beer tickets.
All proceeds from Brew Loops Festival will be donated to Western Canada Theatre and Rotary West, so be sure to purchase your tickets, plan accordingly, and get in on the BrewLoops fun.
When: September 27 to October 1
Where: Multiple venues in Kamloops
Cost: Prices vary; tickets to each event can be purchased online