Brewloops coming back to Kamloops for another year


KAMLOOPS - One of the city's favourite beer and bike events is coming back to Kamloops for another year.

Brewloops is set to kick off this fall, and tickets for the week-long festival will be available within the week.

The four-day festival kicks off on Sept. 28 with events like a beer university at the Noble Pig to educate beer lovers, a co-ed group bike ride through Kenna Cartwright Park, a "Prohibition CASK Night" put on by Western Canada Theatre, and a Farmers' Market tasting.

The festival wraps up on Oct. 1, but tickets for the different events will be available next week starting on June 21, the same day of the Summer Solstice Bike Crawl.

The group bike ride will kick off at Pioneer Park and have stops along the way at Red Collar Brewing and Red Beard Cafe.

For more information on the Summer Solstice Bike Crawl go here.

For tickets and full event information for Brewloops go here.

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