Kayaks, Brews and The Time Of Your Life
You’ll spend three days paddling around the beautiful San Juan Islands with an expert sea kayaking guide and two nights enjoying Boundary Bay beers paired with delicious camp cuisine cooked FOR you. You’ll camp overnight at Jones Island State Park, a boat-in campground known for it’s beautiful waterfront camp sites and scenic hiking trails.
Adam, one of our employees here at Boundary Bay Brewery, went with the first group on this beer and kayak adventure a few weekends ago. Here’s what he had to say about his experience:
“Kayaks, Camping, Beer & Dinner or is it Kayaks, Beer, Dinner & Camping? Either way, all of them made my recent trip with Outdoor Odysseys epic. I don’t know how many people are as lucky as Mike & Kim Dave & Pat, Jon & Lakota and I to experience the San Juan Islands in such a memorable way.
Kayaking from San Juan Island to Jones Island to camp and have fresh organic food paired with local Boundary Bay beer prepared for you isn’t exactly roughing it. It’s perfect. Chatting with Sarah, our kayak guide and chef, I had a good idea of what beers to pair with the food. Along the motto of “Be Prepared” there was enough beer and ten different styles for all to enjoy, Blonde Ale, Pilsner, IPA, Maibock, Oatmeal Stout to name a few.
Seals and pups, bald eagles, fish, star fish, jellies, big horn sheep and deer were everywhere. The one elusive mammal and perpetual joke among the group, where are the whales? Well let’s not forget, whales live under water. That makes them hard to see, from a kayak.
After stunning paddles to Jones, Henry & Spieden Islands, beer paired meals, sunsets, campfires, and a great group of people; it didn’t take long to fully chil-lax!”