3 Dogs has brought Vancouver brewery lounge culture to White Rock, with 11 rotating taps and a cozy, pub-style room for the community to gather in.
It’s not just beer at 33 Acres—they also make cider, stack their food menu with organic and local choices, and serve a wicked weekend brunch.
Brewer Dave Varga’s beer laboratory pumps out an ever-changing lineup of small batch experiments that explore the science of fermentation, right next door to the original 33 Acres brewery and tasting room..
4 Mile’s inventive beer gets admirable distribution, but for the full experience, head to the historic, atmospheric Four Mile House to try them at the source.
A-Frame’s tasting room is as cosy as a cabin in the woods, with board games, trivia nights, and Andrew Sawyer’s delicious craft beers.
The doors have been open for a few months now and the cat’s out of the bag about the tasty craft concoctions coming out of Kamloops’ newest brewery.
Just about everything in Andina’s bright yellow East Van casa is inspired by South America, including their ongoing coffee-infused series that features Colombian beans.
Kaslo’s brand new craft brewery has a welcoming tasting room with a view of Kootenay Lake. Sample brewer Shirley Warne’s beers there or fill a growler or crowler.
One of the province’s most distinctive tasting rooms mixes a vintage garage vibe with comfy seating, a welcoming atmosphere and a range of inventive beer.
The brewers’ dance that moved Andrew Tessier out to Langford from Swans certainly has paid off. His beer list is as good as his mustache is splendidly curvy.
Winner of the coveted Rookie of the Year honour at the 2017 B.C. Beer Awards, Backcountry is hitting all the marks these days with impressive beers served up in an equally impressive tasting room.
Nelson’s newest brewery stands out with a rustic-but-cosy beer hall vibe. Also: they’re the only brewery around with a beer called Squiffinator.
Sooke’s third brewery (and B.C.’s fifth with a dog-themed name) is based on a rural property with an on-site store and picnic area for sampling.
You’ve got options at this Penticton hot spot where a brand new canning system is now up and running. And make sure you try the pizza!
Their logo may be a moustache, but this brewery is very woman-forward—80 per cent of their full-time staff, including managers and the head brewer, are female.
Penticton’s original brewpub is festooned with sports memorabilia and is still a favourite of the locals.
Tasty brews await at this stop along the Trans-Canada Highway in Salmon Arm. Did you know they first introduced growlers here back in 2008?
The northernmost brewery on Vancouver Island is an ideal destination on a beer-themed road trip. Sample the beer and eat in the on-site “nosh house.”
Craft beer has landed in Fort St. John thanks to local firefighter Stephen Beard, who opened one of B.C.’s most northerly breweries with head brewer Ryan Nosek.
A licensed patio will be arriving just in time for the warmer weather, upping the already good game of this aptly named new brewery.