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Move Over Seattle...Vancouver is the New King
Vancouver is the new king of craft brewing. It took a while (like a few decades) but the buzz around good, locally brewed nectar has never been more intense. As exciting new pubs and breweries open almost monthly, we present the hot spots to drink in the boom.VANCOUVERThe area historically known as Brewery Creek started brewing in the city more than a century ago.
NORTH VANCOUVERThe birthplace of modern craft brewing in the province (Horseshoe Bay Brewery, 1982) is quickly approaching craft brewery numbers in the double digits.
RICHMONDA quiet corner of the local brew map is joining the buzz, with more craft brewers eyeing the scenic Fraser banks to set up shop in the coming year.
VICTORIAOur idyllic capital is home of B.C.’s first brewpub and has set the tone of craft brewing in B.C. for more than a century.