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I had a chance to hit up a few breweries to check out the Vancouver craft scene and Main st brewing had the best beer of the day. The naked fox ipa was so good, I’ve been thinking about it since the trip. Not to...More
Hubby & I walked to this little craft brewery from our hotel. The location/area is very nice - quaint.
It was a weeknight and when we arrived told it was 'wing night'! Bonus!!
The place was not crowded...music was just perfect! not loud - we...More
We had to wait a bit for a table, but not too long, and the tasting room was interesting. The service is very friendly and the beer and food were great. I had the 4th Anniversary Quad, my spouse had the Spruce Moose, and we...More
My business associates very kindly volunteered to show me around some of the micro breweries located in East Vancouver on my final afternoon in the city.
Main Street Brewery was our second port of call - we got here mid afternoon and it was standing...More
A bit off the beaten path about a block off Main Street. A neat heritage set up with high roofs and a large room (although just an average number of seats). Did flights and the beer selection was good. Didn’t eat, but we both observed...More
We stumbled on the brewery by sheer luck as we were blinking around. Right at the main entrance on East 7th, there is plenty of secured bike racks so in we went. We tried a flight of beer and sampled several of their goodness, ordered...More
I was on a Main St. brewery walk, trying to see as many of the local breweries as I could in one day. Loved the stopover at Main st. Had a flight of beer. Was nice to see casks on tap there of Real ale....More
South Main, or SoMa, is a neighbourhood in upswing. Inhabited by young humanitarian professionals in converted lofts and studio apartments, what was once an industrial centre is now a wellspring of vintage and eco fashion shops, contemporary sawdust-floor galleries, craft beer joints, and basement acting studios. All set to an Art Deco background with a strong blue collar sensibility underpinning each new