Terminal City Brewing has been helping customers craft beer, wine, cider and coolers for more than 30 years.
Craft beer making in recent years has reached such a cult-like status, it’s now considered by many to be a mystical art best left to expert brew masters.
Vancouver’s Terminal City Brewing wants to change that perception by helping amateur brewers create real beer from scratch that’s so enjoyable, they’ll be proud to serve it at their next holiday party or team event—at a fraction of the cost. Terminal City’s sophisticated U-Brew system ensures a great beer every time.
That high quality starts by using the very best local ingredients. Each batch is then made-to-order in Terminal City Brewing’s craft brewhouse, resulting in craft beer generations ahead of whatever that was your grandpa used to brew in his garage. Customers can offer input from start to finish and even bring in their own hops if desired.
Terminal City Brewing is proud of the fact no kits, syrups or extracts have ever darkened their brewhouse door and, instead, each batch of beer begins with pure malted barley. Their beers are also preservative-free which means—drum roll, please,—customers can bottle and drink it as soon as it’s ready!
Remember, no matter how artisanal, most craft beers start with four basic ingredients—yeast, hops, malt and water. It’s the experts at Terminal City Brewing who can help you elevate that IPA, Pale Ale, Pilsner, Lager, Stout or Porter into a custom beer so unique, you’ll be proud to serve it at your next party—or even at your wedding. Terminal City can even help you commemorate that special event by creating custom labels showcasing the happy couple or winning softball team.
That combination of personalized service, expert knowledge, quality ingredients and affordability are just some of the reasons Terminal City has been helping repeat customers brew their own beer, wine, coolers and cider for more than 30 years.
For more information on the craft of U-Brewing, drop by Terminal City Brewing, located at 1616 Clark Drive in Vancouver, or visit tcbrewing.com.