BC Brewery Guide

Presented below (in alphabetical order) is a list of some of the best beer breweries, big and small, in British Columbia.  If you don’t see your favorite B.C. beer producer here, please send us a link to their site so we can check them out.

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33 Acres Brewing Co.

Website: 33acresbrewing.com/

Descriptio33 Acres Brewingn:  Our vision was born out of enjoyment for the binding elements of life. The spirit of community sharing;Drink, food, conversation, space, and ideas. We carry a strong appreciation for the boundless limits created by hard work. We’re influenced by the natural elements of our surroundings, fueled by creative thinking, and driven to make the highest quality product.

Our space is located in Vancouver near a synthesis of forest and the Pacific. Itʼs here weʼve carved out a space to foster collectivity and fine craft beer. We hold that quality product exists in solidarity with working among friends, family, and community. This is an inclusive space; we value innovation in both our craft and design. Our common area was created to align these fundamentals with the simple aesthetics of our surrounding environment.

Beers: 33 Acres of Life,33 Acres, of Ocean, 33 Acres of Darkness, 33 Acres of Nirvana, 33 Acres of Courage, 33 Acres of Naomh, 33 Acres of Cid3r.

Big Ridge Brewing Co.

Website: mjg.ca/big-ridge

Big Ridge BrewingDescription: We are Surrey’s original brewpub, brewing beer solely for consumption on the premises. Each week, the finest lagers and ales produced in time honored, handcrafted tradition are served fresh to you. In addition to our flagship brews, we take pride in brewing a variety of fine seasonal and specialty beers. Beer is an excellent compliment to all food. Our menu features a fine selection of comfort food and wok prepared dishes chosen to go with our selection of beers. As with our beers – only the best and freshest ingredients are used.

Beers: 152 Lager, Rodeo Red Ale, Clover IPA, Seasonal offerings

BRB Brewing Co.   BRB Brewing

Website: www.brbco.ca

Description: Located on the banks of the Fraser River in Richmond, BC, BRB Co. focuses on small batch, easily drinkable beers. They have been open since 1997, but have since rebranded and are looking forward to establishing themselves in the Craft Beer Movement in BC.

Come down to BRB Co. for great local handcrafted beer, great food, and live music every Thursday, and discover one of the best kept secrets of brewing in the lower mainland.

Beers: Kentucky Common, IPA, Pale Ale, English Mild Ale, Seasonal rotating

Big Rock Brewery

Website: www.bigrockurban.com

Description: Big Rock BrewingOriginally based in Alberta and having just built a new brewery in the lower mainland Big Rock Brewing is putting down root here in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood. We’ve been brewing craft beer in Canada for thirty years. That gives us experience and know how, some of our nation’s favourite beers and more secret recipes than grandma’s attic. However, what it can never give us in BC are the things we believe to be fundamental to the brewing of truly great Craft Beer. Nearby, fresh ingredients, local know-how and constant grassroots feedback.

In our opinion, the only way to get those vital ingredients is to brew beer right in the market where it is enjoyed.

Beers: Hollow Tree Pacific Northwest Red Ale (brewed locally), Grasshopper Wheat Ale, Traditional Ale, Big Rock IPA, Honey Brown Lager, Warthog English Style Mild Ale, Saaz Republic Pilz, Scottish Style Heavy, McNally’s Extra, Rhinestone Cowboy Kolsch Ale, Fowl Mouth ESB

Black Kettle Brewing

Website: www.blackkettlebrewing.com

Description: Black Kettle BrewingBlack Kettle Brewing Company officially opened January 17th 2014 by us, Bryan Lockhart and Phil Vandenborre.  We have settled locally into the upcoming brewing scene of North Vancouver tucked in alongside the rail. This journey began brewing for our buddies many years ago and with the intent to one day open or own local brewing company.  We all know the greatest ideas and the best friendships are formed over beer. In January 2014, we opened with our first Pale Ale.

We are dedicated to brewing small batches for local customers. For us, it’s the spirit of craftmanship. For you, it’s quality beer.

Beers: Pale Ale, IPA

Bomber Brewing

Website: www.bomberbrewing.com

Description: Bomber BrewingI suppose you could say it’s a truly Canadian story – hockey, friendship and beer. From the ice rink to the brewery, Bomber Brewing is the shared dream of three friends with a passion for playing hockey and savouring good beer.   We drafted a team, combined our skills, and in February of 2014, we launched one of the newest micro-breweries to hit the Vancouver scene. The bench of the Bombers Hockey Club was where it all started

Beers: ESB, Pilsner, IPA, Maarzen, Blonde, Superpest Double IPA, Absolute Horizon CDA, Bike Route Best Bitter, Shut Out Stout, Choqlette Porter, Oktoberfest, Blood From A Stone Red Rye IPA, Cinder Ale, Old Fat Heater Winter Ale

Bowen Island Brewing, Kamloops, B.C.

Websitehttp://www.bowenislandbeer.com/

Description: Bowen Island Brewing Co.The Bowen Island Brewing Company is one of British Columbia’s oldest and most respected craft beer brands.  At the Bowen Island Brewing Company, we are dedicated to a simple and crystal clear mission. To bring you the tastiest, best value, authentic craft beers available in BC.  We are proudly 100% BC owned and 100% BC brewed. We don’t spend much money on big promotions and advertising campaigns. We work on lower profit margins to pass the savings on to you, our customers.

Beers: Pale Ale, Light, Irish Cream Ale, Traditional lager

Brassneck Brewing

Website: www.brassneck.ca

Description: BrassneckBrassneck opened on October 2nd 2013. We’re a little neighbourhood brewery with a Growler Shop & Tasting Room servicing the good people of Mount Pleasant & the surrounding area. We like to keep things simple. We just serve the beer we brew & the occasional sausage. There’s no kitchen here but we have a roster of Food Trucks serving goodies just about every night. Order outside & bring it inside to eat. Easy peasy.

Our brewing philosophy is also very straight forward. We like to experiment, not take ourselves too seriously and constantly try new things. The result is a busy, ever changing chalk board, full of choices showcasing a mixture of tried & true “dangerously drinkable” beers, Nano sized experiments & lesser known styles from all over Europe & North America.

Beers: Bestiefest Amber Lager, Kontrollfreak Imperial Pilsner, Counter Cultured Brett IPA, Blacklight Dark Alt, Ten Times Ten Centennial Hopped American Pale Ale, Brassneck Ale

Bridge Brewing Company

Website: www.bridgebrewing.com

Description: Bridge BrewingSince we opened in 2012, beer lovers in BC have discovered Bridge Brewing’s great tasting, high quality craft beer. We began as Vancouver’s first nano brewery – however, craft fans have voted with their mouths and we’ve been working hard to keep up while remaining focused on brewing our line of top beers. We’ve added to our brewhouse capacity, brought on some help, and we’re expanding our brewery to keep up with the demand.  We purchase our top quality and fresh grains and hops in small quantities to ensure a consistent product that meets our high standards. We are also good members of the community, striving to be a zero waste brewery. We can proudly claim to be 99% waste-free.

Beers: North Shore Pale Ale, Hopilano IPA, Wunderbar Kolsch, All Out Stout, Ambleside Amber Ale

Callister Brewing Co.

Website: www.callisterbrewing.com

Descrition: Callister BrewingCallister Brewing is a Nano-Brewery in East Vancouver. Specializing in small batch craft beers, and an incubator for up and coming brewers. Opening soon!

Beers: TBA

Cannery Brewing Company, Penticton, B.C.

Website: www.cannerybrewing.com

Description: logo_cannery_brewingLocated amidst the breathtaking scenery of Penticton, British Columbia, Canada, our micro-brewery produces individually crafted fine ales and lagers of unmistakable complexity and balance. This flavour is the result of wonderful combinations of premium quality malted grains and carefully chosen Pacific Northwest hops. All of our beers are created with carefully selected and scrutinized ingredients. We use the finest hops and grains and only the finest yeast strains. Our brews are all natural. They contain no preservatives and are not pasteurized. You get a fresh, crisp taste every time.

Beers: Annarchist Amber Ale, Blackberry Porter, Naramata Nut Brown Ale, Indian Rock IPA, Maple Stout

Central City Brewing Company, Surrey, B.C.

Website: www.centralcitybeer.com

Description: Ilogo_central_cityn 2003, we started as Central City Craft Brewpub in Surrey, BC. Our craft beer grew so popular that in 2005, we launched a canning line, enabling us to sell our beers at our own Liquor Store, and beyond. Brewery sales quickly grew as our craft beers continued to win awards, and we achieved great success with the Red Betty beer brand. By 2009 we had reached full capacity at our current BC brewery – a 3,500 sq. ft. space. Our Red Betty brand has become a cult icon among craft beer enthusiasts.

Beers: Port Mann Ale, Boomer’s Red Ale, Iceburg Copper, Steelhead Oatmeal Stout, Wally’s Wheat, Station Porter, Signal Light Pale Ale, Raspberry Wheat Ale, Springboard Lager, Central City Premium Lager

Coal Harbour Brewing Co.

Website: www.coalharbourbrewing.com

Description: Coal Harbour BrewingCoal Harbour Brewing Company is a production brewery crafting a tight lineup of core and seasonal brews available in government & private liquor stores and on tap all over the Lower Mainland. Whether you’re a lager lover, a yeast beast or a hop goblin, we’ve got you covered. When we’re not brewing beer, we’re talkin’ beer, sampling beer, reading beer, dreaming beer and collecting beer awards.

Beers:311 Lager, Powell IPA, Smoke and Mirrors Imperial Ale, Woodland Witbier

Crannog Ales, Sorrento, B.C.

Crannog AlesWebsitehttp://www.crannogales.com

Description: Crannóg Ales is Canada’s first Certified Organic farmhouse microbrewery, one of only a handful of such breweries in the world. We opened in 2000, after a year of establishing our organic farm. We brew unfiltered, unpasteurized ales using only organic ingredients, some of which come right from our own farm. All our ales reflect the Irish tradition of brewing full-flavoured, complex ales which are also great session beers. Crannóg Ales is located on our own ten-acre farm in Sorrento, BC. The farm and brewery are fully integrated, with the brewery providing food for the livestock, and the farm providing hops for the brewery. The water for the brewery comes from a well in the middle of our farm, fed by springs on the farm as well as streams from the mountains which surround us.

Beers: Beyond The Pale Ale, Red Branch Irish Ale, Back Hand of God Stout, Hell’s Kitchen, Pooka Cherry Ale, Old Mill Flax Ale

Dead Frog Brewery, Aldergrove, B.C.

Dead Frog BreweryWebsitehttp://www.deadfrog.ca/

Description: Dead Frog Brewery, creator of the finest beer in the universe, is committed to infinite prosperity, social responsibility, gratitude, family, faith, and a hoppin’ good time!

Beers: Nut Brown Ale, Honey Brown Ale, Pale Ale, Lager

Driftwood Brewery, Victoria, B.C.

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Beers: Driftwood Ale, Farmhand Ale, White Bark Ale, Blackstone Porter, Cellar Dweller Barley Wine

Fernie Brewing Company, Fernie, B.C.

Fernie Brewing Co.Website: http://www.ferniebrewing.com/

Description: Fernie Brewing Co. is Fernie’s premier (and only) micro-brewery, located in the Rocky Mountain town of Fernie BC, where passion for brewing finds expression in small batch beers, unique flavours and natural ingredients, such as Rocky Mountain Water, Barley, Malt, Hops and Yeast. With an ever growing selection of award-winning beers, including the Legend Can Series, Seasonal Sampler Packs, 650ml Specialty Bottles and Limited Edition brews, it’s time to find your favourite. Or download our Brew Release Schedule to see what’s available now and what you have to wait just a little bit longer for!

Beers: Griz Pale Ale, Rocky Mountain Genuine Draft, First Trax Brown Ale

Granville Island Brewing, Vancouver, B.C.

Granville Island BrewingWebsite: http://gib.ca/

Description: In 1984 something happened that forever changed the local beer industry: Granville Island Brewing opened the doors to Canada’s first microbrewery. And in doing so, we opened hearts and minds to a whole new beer drinking experience. Driven by a firm belief that the West was ready for a premium, natural, unpasteurized beer Granville Island Brewing introduced locals to our now famous Island Lager. And it wasn’t long before we were adding more new and unique, West Coast inspired craft beers to our lineup. In celebration of our heritage, we name each new GIB beer after iconic Vancouver locations that embody the West Coast lifestyle.

Beers: English Bay Pale Ale, Cypress Honey Lager, Gastown Amber Ale, Island Lager, Kitsilano Maple Cream Ale, Variety of Seasonal Ales

Hell’s Gate Brewing Company, Vancouver, B.C.

Hell's Gate BrewingWebsite: http://hellsgatebrewing.com/

Description: Being that we’re local, our ownership is here, we’re B.C originals, we’re not cutting any corners for our friends. We know how the good word spreads, and we’re making our beer as authentically drinkable and refreshing as we can, built with only 100% malt – and all natural. Other beers might use the cheaper rice or corn syrup – and still, they’re charging you more. But we’re here, brewed local – and we take our time.

Beers: Hell’s Gate Lager, Hell’s Gate Pale Ale

Howe Sound Brewing Company, Squamish, B.C.

Howe Sound BrewingWebsite: http://www.howesound.com/

Description: The Howe Sound Inn & Brewing Company, established in 1996, is a character North-West boutique hotel located in the town centre of Squamish, BC 45 minutes north of Vancouver, BC. At the confluence of ocean, river and alpine environments, Squamish offers an incredible array of outdoor activities including mountain biking, hiking, rock-climbing, kite-sailing, kayaking and river-rafting. Squamish is fittingly known as the Outdoor Adventure Capital of Canada.

Beers: Paldwin & Cooper Best Bitter, Devil’s Elbow India Pale Ale, Diamond Head Stout, Father John’s Christmas Ale, Garabaldi Honey Pale Ale, Hang Dog Hefeweizen, Mettleman Hemp and Honey Ale, Hope Island Ale, Pilsner Plunge, Rail Ale, Timberline Pale Ale, Whitecap Wheat

Lighthouse Brewing Company, Victoria, B.C.

Lighthouse Brewing Co.Website: http://www.lighthousebrewing.com/

Description: Lighthouse Brewing Company is a progressive thinking microbrewery producing a distinct range of all natural beers. We began our brewing tradition in 1998 when the first kegs of Race Rocks Amber Ale rolled out to the Victoria public. In 2004 we introduced our products in cans and today our premium beers can be found in 355mL and 650mL bottles, and growlers too! Only the finest ingredients enter our custom designed brewery where our talented brewers insist on quality in all aspects of the brewing process. Using international and locally sourced malt and hops we strive to constantly be brewing something new and creative.

Beers: Lighthouse Lager, Beacon India Pale Ale, Race Rocks Amber Ale, Keeper’s Stout, Rip Tide Pale Ale

Mission Spring Brewing Company, Mission, B.C.

logo_mission_springs_brewingWebsite: http://missionsprings.ca/

Description: Don’t let the name Mission Springs Brewing Company mislead you into believing that we’re a no-minors destination. The sign on our door boldly states, “Children Welcome!” and they are. Kids find our restaurant fascinating. It’s busting with collectibles, antiques, and memorabilia aplenty to satisfy busy minds. Give the train whistle a pull if you miss the real train rumbling by. Look overhead to admire our 1949 Chevrolet pickup. Check out the gas pumps from yesteryear. Old trumpets, school chairs, signs, and furnishings embellish the walls. But the most fascinating features are plasticized into each tabletop: old spark plugs, license plates, bullet shells, and even BRIC shares.

Beers: Big Chief Cream Ale, Bombshell Blonde Ale, Brewers Black & Tan, Olde Sailor’s India Pale Ale, Fat Guy Oatmeal Stout

Molson Brewing Company, Vancouver, B.C.

logo_molson_coorsWebsite: http://www.molsoncoors.com/

Description: More than 350 years of brewing heritage, combined with a lasting connection to drinkers, and a healthy dose of modern business is what makes us a leading global brewer.

Beers: Molson Canadian, Canadian Light, Coors Light, Molson Dry, Molson Cold Shot, Molson Ultra, Pilsner, Carling, Carling Black Label, Molson Export, Rickard’s Red, Rickard’s Honey Brown, Rickard’s Pale Ale

Mt. Begbie Brewing Company, Revelstoke, B.C.

Mt. Begbie BrewingWebsite: http://www.mt-begbie.com/

Description: Mt. Begbie Brewing was founded by Bart and Tracey Larson. Their love of beer and the quest for mountain living lured them to move to Revelstoke to create the brewery in 1996. Bart has a Phd in nuclear physics, but he prefers to make beer not war, right here in Revelstoke. And Bart hasn’t let all that education stop him from making great beer. In fact, he’s managed to combine his scientific background with an artistic, if somewhat bohemian, flair for beermaking to create what The Globe and Mail and Vancouver Province newspapers have called some of the best suds around.

Beers: High Country Kolsch, Begbie Cream Ale, Powerhouse Pale Ale, Tall Timber Ale, Selkirk Stout, Seasonal Brews

Nelson Brewing Company, Nelson, B.C.

Nelson Brewing CompanyWebsite: http://nelsonbrewing.com/

Description: Since its inception in 1991, the Nelson Brewing Company has been dedicated to producing all natural, traditional, full-flavoured ales. In 2006 we decided to let the brewery evolve to an even more natural state, and by October of that year we were granted Certified Organic status. In a sense, we were getting back to our roots. People have been brewing organically for over 6000 years; the current practice of large-scale industrial farming with synthetic fertilizers and pesticides is an aberration of traditional farming, and therefore brewing, practices. Choosing organic production is also in keeping with the spirit of our home town of Nelson, a laid-back, progressive community nestled in the heart of the Kootenays. With limitless backcountry skiing and hiking at our back door, as well as a host of other outdoor activities year-round, brewing an organic beer in Nelson just seems like the natural thing to do.

Beers: Paddywhack Pale Ale, Old Brewery Ale, Nelson After Dark, Blackheart Stout, Liplock Summer Wheat Ale, Faceplant Winter Ale, Authentic Wild Honey Ale

Okanagan Spring, Vernon, B.C.

Okanagan Spring BreweryWebsite: http://okspring.com/

Description: Okanagan Spring Brewery was established in 1985 and continues to brew from the same location today. As a leader in Craft brewing, we believe in quality, best ingredients, freshness and full taste. Each and every beer we brew is all-natural and without preservatives.

Beers: Extra Special Pale Ale, India Pale Ale, 1516, Spring Porter, Black

Old Yale Brewing Company, Chilliwack, B.C.

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Beers: Sasquatch Stout, Chilliwack Blonde Ale, Cultus Lake Pilsner, Old Yale Pale Ale, Sergeants India Pale Ale

Pacific Western Brewing, Prince George, B.C.

Pacific Western BrewingWebsite: http://www.pwbrewing.net/

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Beers: Natureland Organic Amber Ale, Natureland Organic Lager, Pacific Pilsner, Canterbury, Pacific Genuine Draft, Traditional Lager, TNT, Pacific Dry, Ironhorse

Phillips Brewing Company, Esquimalt, B.C.

Phillips BrewingWebsite: http://phillipsbeer.com/

Description: Proudly brewed at the bottom of a mid-sized island on the left side of a very big country.

Beers: Black Toque India Dark Ale, Longboat Double Chocolate Porter, Draft Dodger Maple Cream Ale, Espresso Stout, Amnesiac Double IPA, Oatmeal Stout, Original (Northwest) IPA, Phoenix Bohemian Lager, Raspberry Wheat

R & B Brewing, Vancouver, B.C.

R & B BrewingWebsite: http://www.r-and-b.com/

Description: What do we mean when we call ourselves “Vancouver’s Local Microbrewery”? I guess what we mean is that we’ve been brewing finely made, hand crafted ales and lagers in the heart of East Vancouver’s historic Brewery Creek district since 1997, with a commitment to keeping things modest, independent, and unique – some of the qualities we value and admire the most in our beautiful city. Located just off of Main street, one of Vancouver’s more recognizable cultural hubs, you’ll routinely hear punk rock, ska, and folk music blasting out of our doors as you take in the sweet smell of boiling wort and the grinding roar of our mill. Emblematic of both the area we live in, and the hearts and minds brewing your beer.

Beers: Hop Goblin India Pale Ale, Red Devil Ale, Raven Cream Ale, Sun God Wheat Ale, Auld Nick

Red Truck Beer Company, North Vancouver, B.C.

Red Truck BeerWebsite: http://redtruckbeer.com/

Description: The Red Truck Brewing Co is one of the fastest growing breweries in B.C. Red Truck Beer is a North Vancouver based operation that is focused on making and delivering the freshest beer available. We’ll take quality over quantity every time, if we are ever out of your favorite kind of Red Truck Beer, don’t worry we’re making more as slowly as we can.

Beers: Red Truck Ale, Red Truck Lager

Russell Brewing, Surrey, B.C.

Russell Brewing Co.Website: http://www.russellbeer.com/

Description: Located in Strawberry Hill, Surrey, British Columbia, Russell Brewing Company has been brewing premium craft beer since 1995 using the finest ingredients available. Our beer is 100% natural and has no preservatives.We don’t pasteurize which means we dont kill the taste you drink our beer just the way it is brewed. Fanatical about beer, we believe that the passion and quality that goes into creating Russell beer comes through in the taste. Our sister brewery, Fort Garry Brewery is Manitobas oldest microbrewery and has been producing original beers since 1930. Both Russell Brewing and Fort Garry Brewing are wholly owned subsidiaries of BC-based Russell Breweries Inc. a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX:V:RB).

Beers: Russell Cream Ale, Honey Blonde Ale, Pale Ale, Extra Special Lager, Lemon Ale

Shaftebury Brewing Company, Delta, B.C.

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Beers: Coastal Cream Ale, Wet Coast Wheat Ale, Four Twenty Brilliant Lager, Easy Honey Pale Ale, Summer Days Premium Pilsner, Winter Nights Black & Tan

Storm Brewing Ltd, Vancouver, B.C.

Storm Brewing Ltd.Website: http://www.stormbrewing.org/

Description: Storm Brewing thundered onto the market in June of 1995 with a brilliantly balanced ale called “Red Sky Alt” which was reminiscent of the great German Alt Biers of the Golden Years of European brewing. The instant success of Red Sky quickly established the reputation of Brewmaster and owner, James Walton. He is perceived as an innovator and as a stickler for quality by both the media and the trade. For over 17 years James and Storm Brewing have been bringing Vancouverites innovative and unpretentious craft beer. From the Hurricane IPA to the Imperial Flanders Red Ale, every beer we brew is made in small batches to guarantee freshness; our beers are unfiltered, additive free, proudly local and always delicious.

Beers: Black Plague Stout, Hurricane India Pale Ale, Highland Scottish Ale, Precipitation Pilsner, Fruit Lambics

Tin Whistle Brewing Company, Penticton, B.C.

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Beers: Black Widow Dark Ale, Coyote Ale, Killer Bee Dark Honey Ale, Rattlesnake E.S.B. Ale, Peaches and Cream

Tree Brewing, Kelowna, B.C.

Tree Brewing Co.Website: http://www.treebeer.com/

Description: Our story began in 1996, in beautiful Kelowna, British Columbia. Why Kelowna? Hey, having a Brewery in one of the most beautiful places in Canada seemed like a great idea. Why call the Brewery Tree? Well, it represents the natural beauty of British Columbia and the passion for all things natural and hand crafted, just like our beer. It’s been an incredible ride since our first brew, a little like a roller coaster! Our Brewing philosophy is simple, to brew memorable and flavourful beers regardless of the style…from our session beers to our Brewmaster’s Reserve series. Our award winning beers are brewed by our Brewmaster, Dave Gokiert, and his team of passionate brewers. Using 100% Malted Barley, the Finest Hops, Yeast and Water, sure to satisfy the most discriminating tastes.

Beers: Thirsty Beaver Amber Ale, Hophead India Pale Ale, Cutthroat Pale Ale, Honeycomb Pilsner, Hefeweizen, Spy Porter, Ras

Vancouver Island Brewing, Victoria, B.C.

Vancouver Island BreweryWebsite: http://vanislandbrewery.com/

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Vancouver Island Brewery was the Island’s first craft brewery. From humble beginnings in a small warehouse in Central Saanich in 1984 we began by handcrafting a small selection of draught only products for pub customers on Vancouver Island. Through loyal Island support, we began to grow and add to our portfolio of fresh handcrafted local ales and lagers. In 1995, we grew out of our original operation and made the decision to build a new brewery at 2330 Government Street in Victoria B.C. where the brewery still stands and operates today. We have grown from just 6 employees in 1984 to over 40 today and all of our brewery employees are “Islanders” with true Island roots. We have developed a 30 year tradition and connection with Vancouver Island and are proud of our history of supporting numerous local businesses, charities, and community events over the years. Part of our breweries philosophy will always be to make a positive impact and commitment to our local community and economy and to ensure they stay vibrant, growing and long lasting.

Beers: Victoria Lager, Hermann’s Dark Lager, Piper’s Pale Ale, Wolf’s Scottish Cream Ale, Vancouver Islander Lager, Hermannator Ice Bock

Whistler Brewing, Whistler, B.C.

Whistler Brewing Co.Website: http://www.whistlerbeer.com/

Description: First established in 1989, the Whistler Brewing Company is an originator in the BC craft brewing movement. And today, while many craft breweries have come and gone, we are still proudly 100% BC owned and 100% BC brewed. Authentic. Hand Crafted. Artisan Beers. That’s the Whistler beer experience. More flavor. More Character. More to Experience. There is a little bit of Whistler in every one of our products. We want to share the stories, the experiences, and our simple love of craft beer. Come visit us at our brewery in Function Junction, Whistler. See our authentic craft beers in the making. Join us for a tour and tasting. Hang at the Tap House. We’d love to have you drop by.

Beers: Premium Export Lager, Classic Pale Ale, Wiesbeir