- Visited Breweries for Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St:
- Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St
- Parallel 49 Brewing
- Storm Brewing
- Andina Brewing
- Downtown: Steamworks Brewing Co.
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Visited Breweries for Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St:
Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St
My 2nd day Vancouver beer hopping was on Powell St near Vancouver Harbour. From downtown Vancouver you could easily go there via the buses.
Industrial complex along Powell St.
Parallel 49 Brewing
Our first stop was the famous Parallel 49 Brewing near Victoria Drive. At early afternoon there were already quite some people.
Simple brewery exterior.
The brewery offered quite a lot of beer selection, like 28 of them!
Many beers on tap!
Simple industrial interior.
Food truck in the brewery!
I ordered a sour, an IPA, wheat and a dark beer.
Plus Canadian donuts to keep me from being drunk.
Once of their beers I enjoyed another day. It was a brett IPA, with full body, decent bitterness and hint of sour at the background.
The second brewery we went for our Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St was Storm Brewing, a non-traditional brewery within an industrial area. Here you could only buy growlers and test their exotic beers. No tap, no bottles.
Their rat-theme outside graffiti.
There was really no tap room inside.
You could taste the beers free of charge, but you couldn’t by a tap (LOL).
Their beers were all exotic flavor. Worth for trying but to be honest, the taste was kind of too weird.
This “vitamin C” beer really tasted like vitamin C!
After the Storm Brewing, we went to the South America theme brewery for our Vancouver Beer Hopping at Powell St: Andina Brewing Company. The brewery was very new, opened only from 2016.
Bright yellow brewery building.
Andina’s beers were made with many south America ingredients. Their tap also served south America food like Ceviche.
Menu and beers.
The left beer was brewed with guava. The right I don’t know.
Big sour ceviche!
South America art decor.
Downtown: Steamworks Brewing Co.
After three brewery we headed back to Vancouver downtown and was ready to take the train to airport. As we still had some time, we visited the most known brewery in Vancouver (not necessary the best beers though): Steamworks.