Northern B.C. Breweries
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.
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.
This community-focused brewery was founded by two Smithereens with a passion for the Northern BC lifestyle of skiing, boarding, fishing and biking in unexplored wilderness.
Prince George’s first modern microbrewery is located in a 70+ year-old historic building that was originally built as a garage and dealership.
A place where everybody knows your name, Jackson’s rocks a community vibe as well as a warm welcome for Cariboo Highway travellers.
B.C.’s northernmost brewery is converting the masses with their wide selection of lagers and craft classics.
The cold months in Terrace got a lot more bearable when Sherwood showed up. Look out for can releases in the spring.
This purpose-built brewery boasts stunning views of the surrounding mountains and an inventive line-up of beer.
Three Ranges’ award-winning beers are only available in Northern B.C., the Interior and Alberta—Lower Mainlanders will have to go on a road trip to try them out!
Prince George’s newest brewery is hitting the ground running with some enticing year-round styles.
Having kept an even keel in its four-year history, Wheelhouse’s horizons are now widening with a taproom renovation astern of a brewhouse expansion.