We're All About Beer

Bravo Beer Co is a licensed agent for the BC Liquor Board specializing in premium, specialty beer. We do not sell wine or spirits therefore we may concentrate solely on the growing beer market. In order to provide the exceptional service that customers have come to expect from Bravo Beer Co, our team includes experienced, qualified sales representatives and logistics personnel.

Bravo Beer has well-established relationships with international suppliers, the BC Liquor Board and BC licensees. Our sales team has years of experience in our marketplace making Bravo Beer Co an ideal conduit for the introduction and growth of new products. We have either an agency or a co-agency agreement in several other provinces of Canada, thereby increasing our sales potential.

Check Out our Short List Portfolio of Beer — Cheers!

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More New Brews being received today!
These beers still need to clear customs and should be available for order next week.

A small order of SKU 46557, Caracole Amber is being received today. Limited quanitites!

Spec 376517 Page 24 Blanche Witt

Belgian Wheat Beer (Witbier), 4.9% alc/vol, $3.95/bottle, 12*330ml

Award winning Blanche Witt from 2008-2011. Very clear and naturally cloudy, Page 24 Witt develops a flavour of citrus fruit. Lightly tangy, not bitter and particularily refreshing. Beer and Food Pairing: smoked salmon, sole, peppery cheeses, salads, all seafood.

Speci 738534 La Cherie

Belgian Fruit Beer, 5% alc/vol, $2.95/bottle, 24*250ml

Traditional white ber with a lite cherry flavour. A very good, fresh, sweet cherry taste without being overpowering and a slight bitterness and acidity. Beer and Food Pairing: Light cheese, salads, poultry and seafood.

Spec 512194 Blanche de Charleroi

Belgian White (Witbier), 4.5% alc/vol, $2.95/bottle, 24*250ml

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cleared, active and ready for consumption

It's been a battle, but the following products are ready for sale. 
Spec 398172  Nordlinger Premium Pilsner
German Pilsner
4.6 %alc/vol 
20*500ml bottles,  2.95/bottle
Nordlinger Premium Pilsner is smooth and tangy.  Although the aroma is heavily hopped, the taste is delicate and tangy.  
Limited quanities
Beer and Food Pairing:   firm fish or shellfish, fried or spicy food. Pilsners also serve well as an aperitif
Spec 864355  Rieser Hefe-Weizen
German Hefeweizen
5.5 %alc/vol
20*500ml bottle ,  2.95/bottle
Rieser Hefe-Weizen is a top fermented, unfiltered, bottle conditioned specialty. Mild, fruity and yeast in the flavor. Brewed according to the German Purity Law. Ingredients are locally grown and premium quality.
Limited quanities
Beer and Food Pairing:   Cuisine (German) General (Salad) Meat (Poultry, Fish)
Spec +23382  Scaldis  Amber
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Hopscotch Vancouver
Canada’s largest combined beer and whiskey festival
Friday, November 16, 2012 to Saturday, November 17, 2012

As is the case year after year, in 2012, Foodconnect.com's Hopscotch Festival will be bigger and better than any years prior. Over the years it has distinguished itself as a world class beer and whiskey festival and continuously attracts attention from top international industry professionals. Due to the abundance of demand from the connoisseurs whom attend the festival, the Grand Tasting Hall will be changing locations for the first time in 7 years and will be now held at The Forum, within the PNE.! Master Classes and Satellite Events are being planned to be the best in festival history. This year will show case more brands, more speakers, and more events, so get ready!

Friday November 16th (Trade Event) - 1:30-4:30pm
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Hopscotch Kelowna
Friday, September 28, 2012 to Saturday, September 29, 2012

2012 marks the fourth year the Hopscotch Festival will be produced in Kelowna, BC. Each year the show gets bigger and better with new connoisseurs continuously joining the Hopscotch family. For the past two years, more than 3,200 people attended the Kelowna Grand Tasting Hall (GTH) as well as an additional 250 important members of the trade. In order to accommodate the growing numbers of the trade and public whom are expected to attend, the GTH will now be two nights, both a Friday and Saturday night.

Kelowna Curling Club
551 Recreation Ave.
Kelowna, BC V1Y 7V5

Friday, September 28  : 5:00pm – 6:00pm (Trade)
Friday, September 28: 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Public)
Saturday, September 29: 6:00pm – 10:00pm (Public)

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Monday, November 5, 2012 to Tuesday, November 6, 2012


In conjunction with IVSA, we will be attending HOST2012, BC's Lodging, Food and Drink EXPO.  The new event is the result of the former BC Hospitality Expo being joined by the Tourism Industry Association of BC’s Annual Conference & Show, creating the largest Hospitality & Tourism Event in Canada.

Nov 5-6, 2012, Vancouver Convention Centre, East Halls B&C.  Show hours are from 10:30 am till 5 pm each day, with beverage sampling starting at 11:30 am until 5:00 pm.

HOST 2012 EXPO is Western Canada's central marketplace showcasing new products, services and trends offered by over 200 exhibiting suppliers to over 4,000 industry attendees.



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IVSA Victoria
New Products Salon
Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Victoria Fairmont Empress Hotel
Tuesday, September 11/12

Industry Guests 1:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Visit Ron at our table to sample some great new brews from Europe

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IVSA Vancouver
New Products Salon
Thursday, September 13, 2012

Vancouver Four Seasons Hotel
Thursday, September 13/12

Qualified buyers & media 1 - 2 p.m.
Industry Guests 2 - 4:30 p.m.

We'll be there sampling some great new beers!

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EAT Fraser Valley
(Fraser Valley Food Show)
Friday, September 14, 2012 to Sunday, September 16, 2012

Sept 14 - 2 PM to 9 PM  |  Sept 15 - 10 AM to 8 PM  |  Sept 16 - 10 AM to 5 PM @ Tradex Abbostsford

Experience food both local and international, celebrity chef demonstrations, cooking competitions, sausage making competitions, cheese and wine seminars, Bite of the Valley participating restaurants and the Grapes and Hops wine/beer/spirits tasting pavilion.

Visit us in the Beverage Tasting Pavillion. 

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Bring Your Own Craft Beer
Please sign this petition so that beer drinkers can bring their favorite brews to restaurants, just like wine drinkers.

In many provinces in Canada, laws allow for restaurant patrons to BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) of their favourite wine, and in Quebec beer, to enjoy with their meal as they dine out. With the BYOB concept, restaurant patrons purchase their bottle(s) of choice prior to going to the restaurant and then hand over their alcohol to their server who then serves it to the patron as if they had ordered it off the restaurant's menu, charging a pre-set corkage fee for the service. The advantage to the restaurant patron is that they get to enjoy the wine or beer they prefer instead of them having to choose from a pre-existing list provided by the restaurant. The advantage to the restaurant's management and ownership is that the restaurant does not have to carry a large inventory and selection of wines and beers, freeing up space... View Full Post »

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