- Breweries (163)
Irish-style ales, activism and sustainability all come together at Crannóg, where the on-farm brewery is certified organic and zero-emissions.
Prince George's first modern microbrewery is located in a 70+ year-old historic building that was originally built as a garage and dealership.
CBC has been an instant fixture for Comox Valley residents since day one and thanks to recent renovations, an expanded patio and more food options, you might just spend all day here.
After opening its gorgeous new tasting room, Dageraad’s next trick was to package some of its carefully prepared Belgian beer in cans. If that’s not enough, Dageraad took home Best Brewery honours at the 2018 Canadian Brewing Awards.
Dead Frog continues to push the envelope at its new spacious brewery and tasting room with creative hybrids and unusual flavour combinations—peanut butter stout? Its regular beer lineup is rock solid, too.
Deep Cove offers it all: delicious craft beer, food, craft cocktails, wine, bubbly and cider, plus live musical performances and special events like Beer Pairing dinners.
Detonate might have the smallest tasting room in B.C., but its beers are big on flavour.
Big changes are coming for this brewpub with a new line-up of beers on the horizon. The kitchen is solid as always and the location is superb—you won’t find a better patio.
Vancouver’s only certified organic brewery, led by B.C.’s only all-female brewing team. Flatbread pizza, darts and week-round promos make Dogwood a worthwhile destination.
After several expansions over the years, Driftwood has gotten bigger and more widely available, but they’ve never lost their local flavour and unmistakably West Coast appeal.
The new kid on the block in Yeast Van is making a name for itself thanks to brewer James Labbe’s innovative beers.
Named for its East Van location, formerly an electric bicycle factory, the bold colours and trippy circus vibes are hard to miss!
If you were wondering where Canada’s highest brewery is, look way up here. This new brewery on Big White is an ideal après ski spot.
Pop in on Thursdays for a new experimental beer. This small brewery loves to interact with the beer-drinking public so let them know what you think.
Many people come to Fernie for its legendary powder, then never leave. That's testament to the year-round attractions this Rocky Mountain town offers, which include its long-established brewery that boasts one of the most varied and delicious beer lineups east of Vancouver.
Big fans of collaborating with other breweries, East Abby’s Field House Brewing offers a wide range of year-round beers, seasonals and those beloved collaborations.
This must-visit brewery on Highway 97 just finished a face-lift to its beer store and added a new tasting lounge downstairs.
There's gold in them thar Kootenays... and amber, copper, brown and black. Find all of Fisher Peak's offerings at the Heid Out restaurant, and in cans at local liquor stores.
Downtown Chilliwack’s favourite craft brewery just got a lounge licence, so now you can stay and enjoy the beer for even longer.
With up to 20 taps going, there’s a solid chance there’s something brand-new at Foamers’. They actually have two brewhouses on site: their main system that brews 2,000 litres and a smaller 500 litre system where the brewing team gets experimental.