At PWB we’re proud to say: “This is us.”
Let’s raise a glass to PWB, BC’s fiercely loyal, doggedly independent home-grown brewery.
You’d be proud too if you’d managed, over several decades, to withstand the constant marketing assaults of the Big Three globally-controlled mega brewers and you’d managed to keep getting better and build a loyal following.
What’s the secret? There isn’t one … just constant dedication to brewing a quality product and selling it at a fair price. Over the past quarter century, that dedication has been embraced by our team of long standing employees. Who else in BC can brew a beer good enough to be exported into the Japanese market … one of the most demanding consumer markets in the world?
We are that good and we do it in the backyard of one of the finest Interior communities in this province. Prince George embodies BC’s entrepreneurial spirit. Like other BC communities, big and small, it has forged its identity and purpose from raw material and human grit. It has been the home of commercial brewing for 60 years.
Yes, let’s raise a glass to PWB…
good beer, brewed right here
by hard working, dedicated British Columbians.
PRINCE GEORGE – This Christmas at Pacific Western Brewing “Life’s a Beach.” And, at the local Festival of Trees our eye-catching tropical tree display resulted in an $11,000 contribution to the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation. PWB has been a proud sponsor of the Festival of Trees for the past four years helping raise […]
Prince George Cougars fans know their hockey and they know their beer … PWB’s Canterbury. Pacific Western Brewing and two other local breweries went head to head selling their beer products at a recent Cougars game. The winner – Canterbury, of course – out-sold the competitors. PWB’s original Canterbury Dark Mild has been joined on […]
Pacific Western Brewing has been honoured as a company that “chooses to make a difference in their community through social and environmental responsibility.” At ceremonies Oct. 18th, PWB received the Prince George Chamber of Commerce Environmental Leadership Award. Presenting the award was Environmental Dynamics Chief Operating Officer Cathy MacKay. “This is a business that considers […]
The Cariboo Rocks the North Music Festival has received the Prince George Chamber of Commerce award for mounting the city’s “Top Marketing Campaign.” The award was sponsored by Fortis and presented by Fortis Operations Manager Carrie Grant, pictured above with Cariboo Rocks event managers Glen Mikkelsen of the CN Centre (left) and Pacific Western Brewing’s […]