$45 each
VIP Tickets $60

includes Special Presentation & Advance Tasting 

Buy Tickets online!

or in person…

Qualicum Beach

Shady Rest Liquor Store, 3109 Island Hwy W

Mulberry Bookstore, 1380 West 2nd Ave


Speedy Glass/Lady’s Mantle, 716 Island Hwy E

Island Cleaning Supplies, 1A – 1209 Island Hwy E

Ocean Liquor Store,  491 Island Hwy E

Mulberry Bookstore, 102-280 Island Hwy E


The Brew Coffee House, 108 – 6996 Island Hwy W

Age 19+


Doors open at  7 pm
5:15 for VIP ticket holders)

5:30 – 6 pm Special Presentation

Aaron Colyn – Twin City Brewing

6 – 7 pm Advance Tasting

7 – 9 pm Tasting and Music

Complimentary beer, spirits, ciders and some wine samples, music by Dave Hart

9 – 11 Live Band

Dance Band – Johnny Inappropriate, cash bar

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Raise a glass to community!

Kick off the Canada Day long weekend at the third annual Qualicum Beach Craft Beer and Spirits Festival.
Get your tickets early. Last year was a sellout, and this year will be even better!

Participating Breweries & Distilleries

Event sponsors

Additional Supporters

Arrowsmith Moving and Storage

Arrowsmith Golf & Country Club

Bill McKinney – Parks West Promotional Products

Bistro 694 Qualicum Beach

Blackberry Creative

Bob Bourgeault – Parksville Chrysler

Charlie Lockwood

Crown Mansion Boutique Hotel & Villas

Dave Bartram

Deez Bar & Grill

Eaglecrest Golf Club

Elin Ife

Fenceline Products Ltd

Fish Tales Cafe

Giovanni’s Ristorante  

Gordon and Eileen Leachman  

Hugh Bond

Island Cleaning Supplies

Jim Grant – Raymond James Private Investment Management Group

John Case

Lefty’s Fresh Food Restaurants Qualicum Beach

Lois Grant – Re/Max Anchor Realty

Master Lawn Maintenance

Norm and Marion Watts

Pete’s Mountain Meats & Sausage Factory

Qualicum Beach Inn

Qualicum Beach Memorial Golf Course

Realm Food Co.

Shady Rest Liquor Store

Shorewater Resort

The Beach Club Resort

Tigh-Na-Mara Seaside Resort Spa & Conference Centre

Tim and Donna Andres – Speedy Glass and Lady’s Mantle


Rotary Club of Qualicum Beach

Just some of the community projects supported by our club (1947-2018)

1947… cleared land for a children’s playground, where St. Stephen’s United Church now stands
1949-50… installed a new maple floor in the Community Hall and repainted the interior
1950-53… built the beach seawall from the war memorial to where the Sand Pebbles restaurant was located before it burned down
1954-57… start of the Qualicum Beach Airport project: purchasing land, clearing it, building a 2,000 foot gravel runway and transferring ownership to the (then) Village of Qualicum Beach
1960… installation of a boat ramp on the beach
1967-68… $10,000 for new concrete floor at the Qualicum Beach curling rink
1974… $4,000 to furnish eight units at Kiwanis Senior Citizens Housing Project in Qualicum Beach
1975… $5,000 towards constructing three tennis courts beside Qualicum Beach Community Hall
1986-91… spearheaded drive for a civic centre in Qualicum Beach; contributed $171,515—raised mostly by building a house and raffling it off
1997… contributions to parks in Qualicum Beach and to the Eagle Park facility; international service included work with Poco a Poco in Guatemala
1998… major financial contribution to construction of the Qualicum Beach Skate Park
1999… contribution to construction of the Ravensong Aquatic Centre
2001… contributions to assist victims of earthquakes in El Salvador and India as well as to a KSS sciences & technology Career Tour
2002… grant to Qualicum Beach Middle School to provide food for hungry children; $5,000 to to help purchase new van for Salvation Army; 12 bicycle racks purchased for Town of Qualicum Beach
2003… $5,000 budget to once again support incoming exchange student visit (from Peru in ‘03); $3,000 to District 69 Hospice; discussions held with sister Sunshine club about how ROTARY might support construction of a new medical clinic in Town of Qualicum Beach
2004… $2,739 to a well project in El Hato, Guatemala originally undertaken by the Club in 1954; another two annual scholarships to Kwalikum Secondary School of $1,000 per student
2005… $6,000 commitment to Angel Flight Project and $6,855 to Qualicum Beach Fire Department Fire Camp provided to help local youth experience what a career in emergency services is like
2006… two scholarships at Kwalikum Secondary School of $1,000 each and first year funding of $1,000 to Qualicum Beach Middle School Career Day
2008… Qualicum Beach Civic Centre playground equipment grant of $15,000
2009… Milner Gardens Roots and Shoots building—$1,600 for new roof
2010… SOS Recreation Assistance for Children and Youth—$1,000
2013… funding for Kwalikum Secondary School Fine Arts Department annual Premier Performance
2014… $12,500 to the Kiwanis Affordable Housing Project in Qualicum Beach
2015… another year of funding for the Qualicum Beach Fire Department’s Fire CampClick edit button to change this text.

Summer Meetings
From 3rd Monday of June
to 2nd Monday of September
Rotary Welch Park
2989 W Island Hwy
Social: 5:30 pm
Dinner & Meeting: 6:15 pm