The Belgard Kitchen doubles as their tasting room, offering delicious food, wine flights and a great place to sit back and enjoy Postmark’s tasty brews.
Powell continues to push the craft beer envelope with an exciting barrel-aging program, awesome collabs and constant new releases.
In last year’s B.C. Beer Awards, R&B’s Vancouver Special IPA placed first in a stacked North American IPA category, standing out against 81 other brews.
Red Truck’s 24-meter tall water tower is a beacon for thirsty folks around lower Main Street. Look to the sky for the beer signal!
With some of the best views in Vancouver, not to mention great beer, Steamworks’ original Gastown location is a favourite with tourists and locals alike.
Visit this East Van original where James Walton was already barrel-aging sour beer years before the current wave of breweries showed up in Yeast Van.
Swing by the brewery to check out Strange Fellows’ list of vintage barrel-aged beers, available by the glass or by the bottle.
Serving up gourmet pizzas and a variety of brews, Strathcona has quickly turned their tasting room into a neighbourhood hub and beloved hang-out spot.
Thanks in large part to top-notch pizzas and David Macanulty’s steady hand at the brew kettle, the good times always roll at YBC. Hoppy hours and Thursday casks help them roll even further.