8 Food and Drink Trends for 2017

So happy to have made the list! Bring on 2017.

Canadian craft cider

As craft beer continues to get more and more obscure in its brewing and pronunciations, Canadians are looking for something far more drinkable and less bloating. Thus, hard cider has found a solid footing. Alberta doesn’t boast many apple orchards, which sadly leaves us with only one craft cidery thus far, Uncommon Cider, but our private liquor system allows us to sip some of the most delicious ciders this country has to offer. Try Victoria’s Sea Cider and BC Tree Fruits’ Broken Ladder — I’ll take a hopped apple cider over an IPA any day of the week!