Sunshine. Warmer weather. Cherry blossoms. Spandex-clad cyclists. All of these mean one thing… spring in Vancouver has returned once again, and with it comes the return of Vancouver Brewery Tours’ own Brewery Creek Walking Tours! Head out with some family or friends on a lovely walk around the Brewery Creek area of Main Street. You don’t need a cicerone to tell you it pairs very well with: record crate digging at one of the city’s coolest record stores, vegetarian lunches at some of the best foodie stops Vancouver has to offer or trying on vintage threads in all the retro consignment shops.
These tours are held twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays. Wednesday’s tour meets at 2:00pm at Brassneck Brewery. We go over how beer is made before plunging into our first delicious flight! Breweries also visited on Wednesday include: Faculty Brewing Co. and Big Rock Urban Brewery. On Fridays we meet a bit earlier to ensure that everyone is getting their weekend started right! The tour group will assemble at 1:00pm at Faculty Brewing Co. for an academic start to this Brewery Creel walking tour. Afterwards, wade upstream to the area’s own historically situated Main Street Brewing and Brassneck Brewery.
For more details, or to book, please visit: https://vancouverbrewerytours.com/tours/public-tours/brewery-creek-walking-tour/
Private/Custom Walking Tours
These are perfect for private groups as well. Grab your friends, coworkers, teammates or neighbours and bring them out to taste some of the freshest beer being produced right here in Vancouver, BC. In a private group tour you get to choose the breweries you visit (based on availability of course) and customize it any way you’d like. Custom groups can even head into East Vancouver (Yeast Van) for the tour. With a high concentration of breweries around the intersection of Commercial Drive and Powell Street, Yeast Van is a superb destination to stroll and sip your way through a local craft beer flight (or three).
Take a walk with Vancouver Brewery Tours; it’s the best way to earn those beers!