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.
Head brewer Robert Theroux’s resolution for 2018 is to make a new beer every month. Make it your resolution to check each one out.
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 B.C.’s most northerly brewery 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.
Surrey’s original brewpub has been serving up award-winning craft beers for almost 20 years.
Big Rock is always finding new ways to represent the West Coast. Look for a new beer soon brewed with a proprietary hybrid yeast developed in Vancouver.