History of Brewing Mural
The “History of Brewing” mural, painted by Kelly Wright in 2016, takes an ambitious look at the history of brewing. The mural features two goddesses – one the goddess of hops and the other of barley. On the back of the building, Louis Pasteur can be found. Pasteur discovered the process of pasteurization which was meant to prevent diseases associated with beer and wine. Featured on the back of Red Collar Brewing, this mural aptly represents the business. The mural also helps to enliven the alleyway behind the business.
Kelly Wright contributed to the completion of a number of murals in downtown Kamloops. We have an online collection of images of the murals located downtown. If you’re interested in checking out more of his work, you can find our online art gallery here.
Additionally, the CAP team offers free tours of the back alley art gallery. If you’d like to arrange a time for one of these mural tours, you can book one with our online calendar here. Moreover, the CAP team offers a variety of different services to community members and businesses in the downtown Kamloops area. You can find the contact information for the CAP team here.
Finally, the KCBIA would like to take the time to thank you for your interest in this project!