Taste of the Month: Happy Hour
Discover the stories behind our local beer, wine, cider and spirits this November as we celebrate HAPPY HOUR at Taste of Nova Scotia. Cheers!
Some beverages share the traditions of a lifelong family business while others speak to the innovations of new entrepreneurs. This month, take time to learn from the people at the heart of the industry.
Taste: Everyone’s palate is a little different – let your taste buds lead the way as you find the local beverages that speak to you.
Explore: Whether you’re in Digby, Dartmouth or Sydney, you’re never far from a local beverage. Why not stop a brewery, cidery, winery or distillery and have a sip.
Recipes: Visit the Taste website to find creative recipes featuring local beers, wines, spirits, or ciders to try at home.
Win: Our contest to win our 24 Days of Taste Advent Calendar launches this month. Follow us on Facebook to win.
Did you know?
- Beer: Nova Scotia is home to more craft breweries per capita than any other province.
- Wine: North America’s first European-style appellation is Nova Scotia’s Tidal Bay!
- Spirits: The growth of the province’s distilleries has led to the development of more than 30 varieties of spirits and liqueur including rum, whiskey, vodka, brandy, liqueurs, gin and more.
- Cider: Nova Scotia’s deep-rooted tradition of apple growing has recently led to a craft cider resurgence.
*REMINDER: Always enjoy beverages responsibly – book a tour or have a designated driver.
Follow along with us this November and don’t forget to #tasteofthemonth.
Curious what we’ve got planned next? In the coming months, we’ll be featuring the following Nova Scotia themes:
December – Decadent December
January – Chowder
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