Although they have a long history of use in winemaking throughout the world, concrete tanks have largely fallen out of favour in North America. Now the large and economical tanks are making a comeback in the North American market. Flip to page 16 to find out why wineries are making the switch to concrete.
A beverage's package is almost as important as its contents.
These Boots Were Make for Brewing
The Pink Boots Society is a step in the right direction for women in brewing.
Brewing Up Opportunity
A love of beer, a positive attitude and hard work launched AM Jade.
Canadian Beer Day
Beer Canada launches national event.
Season of Change
A federal election and a rebranding effort will shake up Canada's wine industry.
Reliable density meters help produce a consistent products.
Have an established plan in place to save headaches later.
Kinsip, House of Fine Spirits
This farm-based, grain-to-glass distillery is located in the heart of Ontario's Prince Edward County.
The Nova Scotia winery debuts new products, expands tasting room.
Lake of the Woods Brewing Company
Brewing up success.
More and more wineries are turning to concrete for fermenting and aging their wines.
Focus on Flavour
With the help o flocal farmers, Nova Scotia's Barrelling Tide Distillery is making waves with its popular brand of flavoured liqueurs.
Some B.C. wineries are doing their part to help Pacific salmon through and eco-certification program which promotes farming methods that can preserve and protect salmon habitats and water quality.
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