TechBrew is happening tomorrow at 5pm! The event is sold out, but there are a few tickets available at the door so come on in to enjoy some cool innovations and tasty brews!
Thanks to everyone who came out for our last BBQ last night! It was a lot of fun. If you missed out, don’t worry we’ll have lots more fun stuff in the future! In the mean time come enjoy a glass of our Belgian Wit which is back for a special limited release. We only have 2 kegs of this tasty brew, so grab some before it’s gone!
BBQ season is coming to an end so let’s send it off right! Our last BBQ of 2015 is this Saturday, the 19th, and is featuring bratwurst and potato salad in proper German style to mark the beginning of Oktoberfest. There will also be a special mystery cask so don’t miss out!
We are back to regular hours starting tomorrow, Tuesday September 8th. We will no longer be open Sundays, so hours run Tuesday to Saturday.
Tuesday & Wednesday: 4pm – 10pm
Thursday & Friday: 3pm – 10pm
Saturday: 1pm -10pm
Sunday & Monday : CLOSED
Temperatures are dropping, back-to-school ads are everywhere and we’re all slowly accepting that summer is coming to an end. To hopefully help you ease into routine again, we are kicking off the fall season with some awesome deals this Sunday, Sept. 6th. Our Goodbye to Summer Send-off Celebration deals include 2 for $20 growler fills, $5 pints and $12 jugs for all beers except Tripel! Hope to see you on Sunday; this will be the last Sunday we’re open until next summer!
RCB is hosting another Backyard BBQ on Saturday, August 22nd. This BBQ will feature a Basil IPA cask, bbq chicken and corn on the cob! Hope to see you there!
Hey Kamloops! It’s a busy weekend coming up with Ribfest and Hot Nite in the City rocking up the downtown. Just so you know while we cannot bring any Red Collar brews to you while you’re gorging on ribs at Ribfest, you are more than welcome to bring the ribs to the Collar and enjoy the best of both worlds! Have a fantastic weekend, hope to see you in for a pint!
Thanks to all who attended the Summer Solstice BBQ & Cask Night! Dwayne absolutely nailed the burgers and the cask was drained in two hours. A special shout out to Spruce Goose & Chop N Block who provided us with the local, grass fed beef.
Be sure to keep your eyes pealed for the next specialty night, as we are looking to host another in early July.
This Thursday is the opening night for our Hops & Hounds art exhibition. The social will run from 7PM-930PM with a beer and drink special running. Thank you to Jessica Wallace for the story which ran in today’s Kamloops This Week. You can read it here. Yes Jessica, many things get done over beer around here. Maybe even that interview… Also, be sure to tune into CBC Daybreak this Thursday for an interview with several of the artists as well as Red Collar’s own Monica.
On Canada Day we will be opening earlier to facilitate hydration, be it through pints, growler fills or bottle sales. We will also be debuting a brand new menu featuring many locally sourced ingredients.
Speaking of local, Red Collar is proud to be a part of this year’s Farms2Chefs celebration on Sunday, July 26th. We are pleased to be working along side a multitude of local restaurants and businesses to celebrate the wealth of delicious food and drink found in our community. Red Collar’s JP and Brody from Spruce Goose & Chop N Block took to the Midday show yesterday to talk about the event and what our two companies do best. You can watch the video here.
Summer is here and we figure there is no better way to celebrate than with some meat, bread and beer! Saturday we’re hosting a Summer Solstice BBQ and Cask Night. Dwayne will be putting together some handmade, charcoal BBQ’d burgers on brioche buns while David will be unleashing a one-off, mystery cask. We’re kicking the night off at 5PM and it is first come, first served while quantities last. See you then!
Good morning friends,
It has recently come to our attention that some bottle depots are not accepting Red Collar bottles. Although we have been remitting the mandatory bottle deposit to the Liquor Distribution Branch, they failed to inform Encorp (company who controls bottle returns) that our bottles are registered for sale in BC.
Long story short, Encorp has brought this oversight to the attention of the LDB and all BC depots should be accepting our bottles in the very near future.
We’re terribly sorry for the inconvenience. Keep drinking craft, recycle your bottles, or better yet, start homebrewing and fill them yourselves!