My blogging and beer buddy does a great run-down of the Vancouver brew scene!
And here’s a short list of a few of my own faves for craft beer and sampling flights:
- Alibi Room (157 Alexander Street
- Lamplighter Public House (92 Water Street)
- Portland Craft (3835 Main Street)
- Biercraft Bistro (3305 Cambie Street)
- St. Augustine’s (2360 Commercial Drive)
A good friend is coming to the best coast soon and was hoping to get a taste of my homebrew as well as sample some of what Vancouver’s professional craft brewers have to offer. Alas, I had a road trip planned. So, to make it up to him, here’s a rundown of where to go in the city for the best craft beer.
There are a number of Vancouver ‘hoods where the craft beer industry is clustered.
Mount Pleasant and SoMa
For my visual effects employed friend this is a good place to start. The industry has infested the South Main and Mount Pleasant areas like ants on spilled beer.
A great place to start (and finish if time is limited) is the Olympic Village area. Here you’ll find two large venues with plenty of taps. The Tap and Barrel wins in the beauty category. You can enjoy its 24 taps (plus wine…
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