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Vancouver Beers to try

If you only had time for ONE Vancouver brewed beer, you should try

1897 Amber
by Stanley Park Brewing

Why 1897 Amber?

The brewers at Stanley Park Brewing use just the right blend of two-row and specialty Belgian malts, East Kent Golding hops and a distinctive ale yeast to create a beer with a brilliant amber colour, soft caramel aroma and remarkably well balanced flavour that you will want to share. Tastes of subtle toasted malts, lightly hopped, with an exceptionally clean finish. This brew pairs well with savoury grilled or herb rubbed meats, shellfish and spicy dishes. Enjoy!  

Other Local Gems

Granville Island Brewing

Hey Day Hefeweizen

Discontinued Hefeweizen
Boombox Brewing Company

Socially Distorted

American Double / Imperial IPA
Red Truck Beer Company

Red Truck Red Pilsner

Seasonal Czech Pilsner
Whistler Brewing Company

Big Sky Uncommon

Discontinued California Common / Steam Beer
Storm Brewing

Imperial Flanders Red Sour Ale

Flanders Red Ale
Off The Rail Brewing Company

Crazy Train IPA

American IPA

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