With so many great breweries in Vancouver, how can you just visit one? We have all our favourite Vancouver Craft Breweries listed below and even have a little map. Feel free to use this to start your own self guided Vancouver Brewery Tour.
With almost 12 Breweries in this small area between Main street and East Vancouver, you could run a brewery tour from Brunch to closing. See the Vancouver Craft Brewery Listings and Map below.
Brewery Creek Favourites:
You need to try their passive aggressive IPA. It's a local favorite. Opens at two on Sunday so do not be fooled. Make sure to get there early if you want a seat at this Vancouver Craft Brewery.
This is a great stop, one of our favorites on our Vancouver brewery tours. Built on the site of the old Vancouver Brewing Company from over 100 years ago. Must try is the Naked Fox IPA.
With a few signature brews you need to check out there is something for each beer drinker in your group. Great place to start your Vancouver Craft Brewery tour for a coffee and beer around brunch time.
33B is located right next door and has a relaxing atmosphere specializing in only smaller batch craft beer. Everything in 33B available in cans (Until it sells out).
Truck stop inspired brewery with all day breakfast. Good for any time of day or evening. Beers here are safe and great for anyone looking to get into craft beer.
Small but you need to stop in. Preferably around lunch or before the Friday night rush. Our favorate is the mintiweizen. Drop off you car share car here and work your way to another vancouver brewery in brewery creek afterwards for another flight.
In the former hall that used to be Steel Toad, this European style brew-hall is self service which makes it pretty quick to grab a beer and go. Did we mention there are arcade games and pinball?
When the owners of Howe Sound took over they thought it would be a great spot to brew their beers instead of shipping from Squamish, little did they know the patio and a little sweat equity would turn this into a locals favourite.
Located on the same street at R&B, you can almost always find a spot here in this retro themed brewery.
After a few Craft Breweries in this East Vancouver neighborhood you'll want to move in. Have fun on your East Vancouver Brewery Tour. Good luck getting through them all in a weekend.
Vancouver's oldest Brewery. Built in 1994 ahead of its time. This brewery has over 180 rotating taps which they call Brainstorms. Just to warn you, it's not professional at all and you will see flies. Now that the warnings are done, you need to see this place. It is Iconic with Vancouver Craft Beer.
Ok, get here early. This is a local favorite and if you get there after 3pm on a Saturday you will be fighting for a seat after a long wait. Service can be a wild card and staff often looks overwhelmed but the beer is cheap. With the opening of their new tap room your even more likely to find a spot to get in.
This fast growing East Vancouver craft brewery has a window that lets you see right into the Brewery.
Started by Hockey players,.. Is there anything more Canadian than that? The seasonals are fantastic. You can drink more than one of all the beers on tap here. Bring a growler.
This will easally be one of your favorate hangouts. With two great brew masters who treat their customers like family you'll find a home here. If you think ahead, book this brewery for your holiday party.
Here's an IPA and an Imperial IPA you'll be coming back for for years. Luppolo spent a lot of time and effort on the space here to make it perfect. Absolutely love their brewing equipment!
Pretty awesome little spot with about 4 local craft breweries getting off the ground. The beer is better than home brew and always has a few newby's you'll want to check out.
This Columbian inspired Vancouver craft brewery has a few treats for you. Saviche! Plantain chips and oh of course some fantastic beers! Don't forget to bring your growler for a fill of your favourite!
Such a cool building. Located at Belgard Kitchen & Vancouver Urban Winery. Go for some tasters while you wait for a table. The food is worth the wait.
Great rotating taps, you will not be disappointed here. Fan favorites are the Honey Ginger Ale & everything stout.
Located around the corner from Bomber and Off the Rail.
Downtown Vancouver Brewery. Yaletown also does spirits.
Great IPA's, good food. Setup as a brew pub in gas town, if your from out of town check it out.
If you are stuck on the Oak street bridge this is the stop for you. 15 minutes out of the brewery district, worth checking out.
We even put a few more extras on here from East Vancouver, South Vancouver, North Vancouver and Vancouver Island.