|A group of travel and hospitality media members seen here|
at the Wheelhouse Brewery recently
spent some time exploring the Prince Rupert area
(photo from Tourism Prince/NW BC Ale Trail)
A mix of social events and exploration of the Prince Rupert area was the theme of a working visit to the region for media members taking part in the Northwest BC Ale Trail
A glimpse at their travels provided by Tourism Prince Rupert this week, provides a look at their visit and they shared some notes from the near one exploration of the North coast at the start of the month.
The notes from Tourism Prince Rupert noting of the four travellers, Hans Tammemagi, Nancy Mueller, Max Morin, Wayne Newton and Brian Peech.
The visitors to Prince Rupert had opportunity to not only see the current location of the Wheel House Brewing Company at its current location near the Atlin Terminal but to also make the trip along the waterfront walkway to the site of the new location for the lcoal brewery as part of the City of Prince Rupert's renovation of the old CN Rail station.
The travelling party also had a chance to head out to Port Edward to check out the North Pacific Cannery Historical Site amongst other local attractions over the course of their stay in Prince Rupert.
Their dining experiences found them with much to praise as well, with one shout out of note to Dao Fukasaku's Atlin Terminal restaurant.
The Northwest BC Ale Trail is a featured attraction as part of a video that outlines the scope of the variety of breweries available for visitors from Prince George to Prince Rupert.