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Lower Mainland Breweries

Northpaw Brewing Co.
2150-570 Sherling Pl., Port Coquitlam, BC
V3B 0J6

If you find yourself thirsty in Fremont Village, these guys have got you covered. And the first Monday of every month is LGBTQ night, Queers and Beers .

(604) 475-3660
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Port Coquitlam
Ridge Brewing Co
2-22826 Dewdney Trunk Rd., Maple Ridge

Ridge’s tasting room is tucked right next to the brewing area so you can see the brewers in action while you sip their tasty creations.

(604) 380-0888
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Maple Ridge
Russell Brewing Company
202-13018 80th Ave., Surrey

One of the original 10 craft breweries in B.C., you can find Russell’s beers all over the province, and the world: it even operates a chain of brewpubs in China!

 

(604) 599-1190
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Surrey
Silver Valley Brewing Company
104-11952 224th St., Maple Ridge

Maple Ridge’s newest brewery is serving their community through purchasing local food where possible, and organizing charitable events to benefit the people of the Valley.

(604) 380-1222
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Maple Ridge
Steamworks Brewing Co.
3845 William St., Burnaby

Expect nothing less than superbly crafted beer from Steamworks head brewer Julia Hanlon, who has assembled an excellent lineup of year-round beer and increasingly impressive barrel releases.

(604) 790-1554
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Burnaby
Steel & Oak Brewing
1319 Third Ave., New Westminster

New West’s only brewery managed to crank out 36 different beers last year, and 2018 promises to be just as fruitful.

(778) 580-8650
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Lower Mainland Breweries
New Westminster
Taylight Brewing
402-1485 Coast Meridian Rd., Port Coquitlam, BC
V3C 5P1

You wait for years for a brewery to open in PoCo, then two come along at once. Taylight skews to the hoppier side of the flavour wheel.

(604) 474-4253
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Port Coquitlam
The Parkside Brewery
2731 Murray St., Port Moody

To catch a glimpse of the elusive purple martin bird, try either Rocky Point Park or—even better—this nearby brewery (it’s in the logo).

(604) 492-2731
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Port Moody
Trading Post Brewing
107-20120 64th Ave., Langley

Trading Post is hip and modern but still honours the fur trading history of Fort Langley. This doesn’t mean you can pay for a growler fill with a beaver pelt.

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https://tradingpostbrewing.com/
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Langley
Twin Sails Brewing
2821 Murray St., Port Moody

The “Twin Sails” refers to owners and twin brothers, Cody and Clay Allmin, who are blowing people away with their innovative hop-forward beers.

(250) 361-0007
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Port Moody
White Rock Beach Beer Company
15181 Russell Ave., White Rock

Look for more beers and longer hours at White Rock’s original craft brewery as the weather improves.

(604) 319-4378
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Lower Mainland Breweries
White Rock
White Rock Brewing
13-3033 King George Blvd., Surrey

With two seasonal taps always going, co-brewers Al Clement and Raman Singh are creating new small batch creations every 500 litres at this friendly brewery.

(604) 560-6430
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Lower Mainland Breweries
Surrey
Yellow Dog Brewing Co.
1-2817 Murray St., Port Moody

The canine-themed brewery started off the year teaming up with the esteemed, award-winning Melvin Brewing from Wyoming. T’was a collaboration with a top-notch pedigree.

(604) 492-0191
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