The BC Ale Trail app rewards you for exploring British Columbia’s craft brewery destinations and the super, natural landscapes that surround them. Within each Ale Trail you will find recommended itineraries to explore the respective destination – this includes an array of craft breweries, pubs, restaurants, cafes, outdoor activities, sightseeing, accommodations and more. Create an Account With a BC Ale Trail app account, you can collect points, and redeem them for goods or services at Rewards locations within our Ale Trails. Explore The Explore button takes you to the map of BC, which has pins indicating the location of our Ale Trails and places of interest where you can collect points. Clicking on each pin on the map gives you more information about that location. Collect Points Many locations with the BC Ale Trails are assigned a point value, which can be collected when you are within GPS range of a location and have a connection to the internet. Pushing the “Collect Points” button while physically visiting a location will add the location’s points to your point total. To keep earning points, explore more locations. You can track your point total on Your Account page. Redeem Rewards Once you collect enough points, those points can be redeemed for goods or services at BC Ale Trail Rewards locations, which are indicated in the app. Select the place where you would like to redeem your reward. Hitting the “Redeem Rewards” button while physically at a Rewards location will bring up a key pad for the place owner to enter a code to deduct points from your point total in exchange for your reward. You must have an internet connection in order to redeem points. Share with Friends Find a place you want to let others know about? The Share button on each location’s page allows you to share information about that place via your social media channels. Always Drink Responsibly Members of the BC Ale Trail are committed to ensuring their beers are promoted and enjoyed responsibly, by those adults who choose to consume them, for the continued prosperity of the craft beer industry in British Columbia. No one should drink alcohol, even in moderation, before operating a motor vehicle or engaging in other activities that involve attention and skill or physical risk.