BC Liquor Stores is hosting its Premium Spirits Release on Nov. 5, 2016, at locations throughout the province where a diverse
selection of unique spirits, including rare whiskies, scotches and bourbons, will go on sale.
This annual event has grown in scope and popularity each year and 2016 promises to be another must-attend experience.
For some of the special products being offered this weekend, BC Liquor Stores are the only place in Canada where they can be purchased.
In fact, this year we are offering more than 100 products – the largest selection of any release to date.
Whisky connoisseurs and collectors will have their eyes on the $43,500 bottle of 65-year-old Macallan Lalique VI, but there are other
offerings available that start at $50. And expect to find some amazing options from lesser-known producers from Japan and India, plus other
The largest selection of products will be at BC Liquor Stores’ flagship location at 39th & Cambie in Vancouver. There is a limited supply for
some bottles so shopping early is advised to avoid disappointment. As in previous years, customers begin lining up outside the flagship store
at least three or four days prior to the event to guarantee their spot in line.
Adele Shaw, BC Liquor Stores category manager, is hosting a tasting of premium spirits for customers at the flagship location when the doors
open at 9:30 a.m. Product consultants are also doing tastings at seven other Signtaure BC Liquor Stores, too.
WHERE TO BUY
The broadest selection of products will be available at the 39th & Cambie Signature BC Liquor Store. The rarest of the selection are available in limited quantities, so some bottle restrictions will apply. Please shop early to avoid disappointment.
39th & Cambie (Vancouver)
8th & Cambie (Vancouver)
Alberni & Bute (Downtown, Vancouver)
Broadmead Village (Vancouver Island)
Duncan (Vancouver Island)
Fort Street (Victoria)
Highgate Village (Burnaby)
Kamloops Columbia Place
Kelowna Orchard Park
Meadowtown Centre (Pitt Meadows)
Nanaimo Terminal Park (Vancouver Island)
Nordel Crossing (Surrey)
Park Royal (West Vancouver)
Prince George Pine Centre
Sidney (Vancouver Island)
Westview (North Vancouver)
Westwood Centre (Port Coquitlam)