Sea To Sky & Sunshine Coast Breweries
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.
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.
Don’t make the mistake of thinking this brewpub isn’t a beer-focused place—brewer Derrick Franche has been making excellent beers here for a long time.
It’s worth the drive to visit this boutique brewery and enjoy its strong line-up of beers. Skip the slopes—just hang out in Function Junction!
This brewery in downtown Gibsons is going strong with great beer, live music, trivia nights and the best rooftop patio in town.
Located just off the famed Sea-to-Sky Highway, Howe Sound is a favourite stopping place for good food, good beer and when necessary, a good night’s rest.
PBC’s wood-hewn esthetic is more than fitting for this corner of the world, where the wilderness is just steps away. Thankfully, there is also the civilizing influence of delicious beer.
This farm-based brewery was facing closure until a recent government announcement that hypocritical ALR regulations would be changed. Now the focus returns to the beer!
Gibsons’ third craft brewery also features a restaurant and a craft distillery that makes vodka and gin used in its own craft cocktails.
This Pemberton brewery’s tasting room is located in the middle of an active organic farm where they grow their own barley and hops.
Powell River is pretty much heaven on Earth and, naturally, there’s fabulous beer in heaven. That makes the friendly, talented crew at Townsite angels in our books.
In what used to be an old bus station, and boasting a new patio, the brewery offers a get-away from all that famous Whistler sportsing.
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.