Brewmaster Bart Larson in Mt. Begbie Brewing’s boardroom (Jake Sherman/Revelstoke Review)

VIDEO: Mt. Begbie to feature experimental brews in new tasting room

Last year Mt. Begbie won brewery of the year at the Canadian Brewing Awards in Ottawa

Last month Mt. Begbie Brewing opened its new tasting room which will feature a number of experimental brews only available on tap at their Johnson Heights facility.

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The opening of the tasting room comes following a year in which Mt. Begbie won critical acclaim, national and international awards.

Brewmaster Bart Larson and director of sales and marketing Darryn Shewchuk sat down with the Review last week.

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