In this issue’s After Hours: Craig Pinhey digs into Brawta’s Jamaican cuisine, Tidal Bay 2020 and regional wins at All-Canadian Wine Championships

Posted on August 31, 2021 | By Craig Pinhey | 0 Comments

What’s covered in this issue’s After Hours:

  • Halifax’s Brawta Jamaican Jerk Joint serves up ‘Da Real Ting’
  • Why Tidal Bay 2020 was the best vintage on record in Nova Scotia
  • New Brunswick Breweries pick up the pace with Mountain Bike Atlantic
  • Atlantic wineries capture 17 medals at All-Canadian Wine Championships

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