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..
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.
New menu, new beers, new tanks and the installation of a canning line all point to solid reasons to revisit the one brewery in three different provinces.
Among the first wave of Yeast Van breweries, Bomber brews award-winning beers, and is best known for its outstanding summer seasonal, Park Life.
The superlatives stack up when describing Brassneck’s beers: innovative, creative, daring, playful, and always delicious. And now the brewery offers cans along with growlers as another option for enjoying them.
This modern take on the classic beerhall focuses on small-batch collaborations with other brewers, resulting in a constantly rotating tap list featuring unusual, creative brews.
Callister is the first collaborative craft beer incubator of its kind in Canada, and with four breweries under one roof, there’s always something interesting on tap.
Increasingly creative beers are coming out of this award-winning Yeast Van brewery. Hopefully a tasting room isn’t too far off, either.
Big changes are coming for this brewpub with a new line-up of beers on the horizon. The kitchen is solid as always and the location is superb—you won’t find a better patio.
Vancouver’s only certified organic brewery, led by B.C.’s only all-female brewing team. Flatbread pizza, darts and week-round promos make Dogwood a worthwhile destination.
The new kid on the block in Yeast Van is making a name for itself thanks to brewer James Labbe’s innovative beers.
Named for its East Van location, formerly an electric bicycle factory, the bold colours and trippy circus vibes are hard to miss!
Pop in on Thursdays for a new experimental beer. This small brewery loves to interact with the beer-drinking public so let them know what you think.
GIB’s beers are available across Canada, and look for them on Cypress Mountain this spring at the inaugural Granville Island Brewing Aprés Games. There will be three events in March and April: the Rail Jam, a Keg Race and the Slush Cup.
Craft beer is no stranger to the taps at Pat’s Pub. This includes the six beers from their in-house operation, Hastings Mill Brewing Company.
How does a brewery set itself apart in beer-soaked Vancouver? Why, with an Italian theme, a gorgeous tasting room, and a focus on experimentation and creativity.
In addition to their lineup of West Coast classics, Main Street is one of the few craft breweries in Vancouver that offers hand-pulled cask ales.
After parting ways with The Railway Club, ex-owner Steve Forsyth started an organic hop farm before going off the rail, opening this East Van brewery.
Forty taps of awesome beer and an indoor food truck? There’s a very good reason why P49 is a Yeast Van favourite.