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Best Brewery Cities In Canada

by Brandon Moscrip January 24, 2023

Best Brewery Cities In Canada

From Vancouver to Toronto, Here's the Best Beer Cities in Canada

Canada is a beer lover's paradise, with a wide variety of regions and breweries to choose from. From the bustling streets of Vancouver to the historic Distillery District in Toronto, there's something for every palate. In this blog post, we'll be taking a look at the top 10 brewery cities in Canada, highlighting the best regions to find a cold one and the top breweries in each area. Whether you're a craft beer connoisseur or just looking for a fun night out, these cities are sure to please. So grab a glass and let's dive in!
Vancouver BC Breweries
  1. Vancouver BC | Yeast Vancouver - This region is home to a thriving craft beer scene, with a strong emphasis on locally-sourced ingredients and unique flavor profiles. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Parallel 49 Brewing, Brassneck Brewery, and 33 Acres Brewing Company.

Best Way To see the Breweries: Vancouver Brewery Tours

2. North Vancouver Shipyards district - The Shipyards district offers a unique waterfront setting for beer lovers to enjoy a cold one. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Green Leaf Brewing, Beere Brewing Company, and House of Funk Brewing.

Best Way To See the Breweries:  Beer Bike in the summer with Canadian Craft Tours.

3. Calgary Barley Belt - The Barley Belt is a hub for craft beer in Calgary, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Dandy Brewing Company, Tool Shed Brewing, and Cold Garden Beverage Company.

Best way to check out the breweries in Calgary is with "Calgary Craft Connection".

Calgary Barley Belt

4. Toronto Distillery District - The Distillery District is a historic neighborhood in Toronto that has been transformed into a popular destination for beer lovers. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Mill Street Brewery, Amsterdam Brewing Company, and Burdock Brewery.

Best Way to See The Toronto Breweries is with Toronto Brewery Tours.

Shacklands Toronto

5. Kelowna Downtown Breweries - Kelowna's downtown area is home to a thriving craft beer scene, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Tree Brewing, BNA Brewing Co. & Eatery, and Red Bird Brewing.

6. Victoria downtown - Victoria's downtown area is a popular destination for beer lovers, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Driftwood Brewery, Phillips Brewing & Malting Co., and Hoyne Brewing Co.

7. Collingwood, Blue Mountains Ontario - Ontario is booming with breweries and at the top of the list is breweries such as "The Collingwood Brewery and Still fields Brewery.

Best Way to See the Breweries in Collingwood is with "The Beer Bus".

Side Launch Brewing

8. Edmonton Brewery District - The Brewery District in Edmonton is a hub for craft beer, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Alley Kat Brewing Company, Yellowhead Brewery, and Blind Enthusiasm Brewing.

Best way to see the Edmonton Breweries is with Edmonton Brewery Tours.

Longroof Edmonton

9. Montreal - Montreal is home to a thriving craft beer scene, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Brasserie Dieu du Ciel, Brasserie McAuslan, and Brasserie Harricana.

10. Ottawa - Ottawa is home to a growing craft beer scene, with a variety of breweries and taprooms to choose from. Some of the top breweries in this area include: Beyond The Pale Brewing Company, Tooth and Nail Brewing Company, and Clocktower Brew Pub.

Best Way to see the breweries in Ottawa is with Brew Donkey.

As you can see, Canada has a lot to offer beer lovers, with a wide variety of regions and breweries to choose from. Whether you're looking for a unique waterfront setting or a historic neighborhood, there's something for everyone. Be sure to check out these top 10 beer regions and the top breweries in each area the next time you're looking for a cold one!




Brandon Moscrip
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If you can not get a hold of Brandon he is either Snowboarding, diving, in a hammock or on the hunt for his favourite new Craft Beverage somewhere globally. If you are looking for Brandon, you'll have a better chance finding Waldo.


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