Bar Crawls are the Worst. Bar Crawls by Seaplane, However …

Your flight will be not overbooked, guaranteed

April 12, 2017 9:00 am

Bar crawls are like marathons: they start off quick, get harder as it progresses and tend to leave attendees sore and helpless. 

But that was your ol’ college days. The crawls of today feel more like a track meet. 

British Columbia-based Butiq Escapes has created an escape experience that allows a group of six to fly around Canada on a  190-MPPH Cessna Caravan Seaplane to indulge in the country’s best brews over the course of a day, overnight excursion or full weekend.

Departing from Vancouver, Victoria or Nanaimo, the BC Beer Tour visits breweries, oceanside bars and Canada’s oldest brewpub and also makes stops along the way to sample local fare.

Seaplane Crawl (2 images)

“The seaplane tour is for those want want an elevated beer tasting as well enjoy BC’s greatest beers along with local food that pairs perfectly,”  Butiq Escapes CEO Aidan Henry tells us. “This tour is different from any others as each one is planned based on the client’s beer tastes and what parts of BC they would like to see along the way.”

Billed as a “beer experience for those that truly love the craft,” it’s also an experience for those who love a good deal as the trip is priced starting at just $5,000.

We’ll see you up there.


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