PENTICTON SEVEN COLLABORATION BEER
The City of Penticton has officially proclaimed October 16-24 as Penticton Beer Week 2020 as a celebration of Penticton’s local craft beer scene. With 7 craft breweries, discover for yourself why travel giant Lonely Planet named Penticton Canada’s Craft Beer Capital earlier this year.
Partial proceeds from the sale of this beer will go to the BC Hospitality Foundation to help support those in the hospitality industry facing financial crisis due to a health condition.
As part of the celebration, the 7 breweries created a special collaboration beer called The Penticton Seven. This limited release hazy pale ale will be available on tap at each of the breweries as well as select local restaurants. It will also be available in 4-packs of 473ml cans at private liquor stores throughout BC. – CHECK THE LIST HERE.
Enter to win a Penticton Beer Week prize package!
For more info on Penticton Beer Week events including a special virtual tasting event, and hotel accommodation packages, click here.
- A gift certificate for a 2-night stay in the deluxe lakefront studio at Tiki Shores in Penticton
- 2 x $50 gift certificates for the Barking Parrot
- a $25 gift certificate for each of these 7 Penticton breweries: Bad Tattoo, Barley Mill Brew Pub, Cannery Brewing, Highway 97, Neighbourhood, Slackwater and Tin Whistle
- a gift certificate for a Spirited Brews Cruise for 2 people from Hoodoo Adventures
- 2 #PenCityBeer t-shirts
- 1 Penticton Beer Run growler
- 2 Visit Penticton hoodies from Travel Penticton
- 2 BC Ale Trail camp mugs
Whether you’re planning to dine in at your fave eatery, enjoy some convenient take-out, or relax at a local bar, you can help our community just by adding a tasty beverage to your order! Import agency Andrew Peller Limited is stepping up to help our local hospitality industry, which continues to struggle due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. Until December 31, 2020, the BC-based company will donate partial proceeds from sales of select wine, cider, beer, and whisky brands to the BCHF and Food Banks BC.
The initiative is only the latest program that demonstrates Andrew Peller Limited’s strong community spirit: this year alone the company has donated over $64,000 to Canadian food banks, hospitality relief foundations, and health care workers. The BCHF is grateful to be chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the promotion.
We hope you’ll join in by patronizing one of the participating establishments, and choosing to order a beverage or two from one of the brands listed below.
Black Hills Estate Winery
Gray Monk Estate Winery
Red Rooster Winery
Stone Road Vineyards
Wayne Gretzky Estates
The list of participating hospitality establishments may be found at
You can also donate online (in conjunction with this promotion) at
When we work together towards a common goal, we can accomplish greatness. This is the motto for Okanagan Crush Pad and Everything Wine, who have joined forces to raise money for the BC Hospitality Foundation through the sales of the 2018 Many Hands Rosé, a one-time only production.
Many Hands Rosé will be available at Everything Wine store-front locations and online. $1 from every bottle sold (or $12 for every case) will be donated to the BCHF.
Rust Wine Co. has just released 6-packs of its 2019 Gamay Noir Magnum (1.5l). $5.00 per bottle of the wine will be donated to the BCHF. You can purchase the magnums of Rust Wine Co.’s 2019 Gamay Noir online.
Tickets on sale from October 13 to November 1, 2020
See details HERE
These events are supportive of the BC Hospitality Foundation, please consider attending one (or all!)
We love hosting fundraising events, and we welcome one-time donations, but we also rely on our valued monthly donors to provide a small but steady stream of revenue for our organization. If you can support the BCHF’s work on an ongoing basis, please consider joining our proud monthly donors’ group. JUST CLICK HERE Tax receipts are issued at the end of each year.
Payroll deduction program
At the core of the BCHF’s work is the idea that we in the hospitality industry look after our own. One of the ways we can do this is through payroll deduction programs. Employees can contribute as little as $1 a week, and the program increases awareness of the BCHF at the same time as it raises funds. All individuals who donate $25 or more over the course of a year receive a tax receipt for their contributions. And of course it’s great when employers set an example by also signing up! Email Judy at email@example.com for an easy-to-use package to start your program.