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22 Of The Best BC Breweries You Need To Visit

For the brews!

In the spirit of BC Craft Beer Month, why not celebrate by tasting a beer you've never tried before? With around 130 breweries here in BC, you can have your pick from lagers to ales, stouts and wheat beers, and more. There are also many unique craft beers to try in BC.

READ ALSO: 7 Incredible Places Across The Border You Need To Visit At Least Once

Grab your buds, check out these breweries, pick up some beers, and do some tastings. Several great breweries can be found in the Lower Mainland and are transit accessible. Of course, don’t drink and drive! Here are 22 of the many brilliant breweries you can visit in BC:

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Four Winds Brewing // 4-7355 72nd St., Delta

Category 12 Brewing // 2200 Keating Cross Road, Victoria

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33 Acres Brewing // 15 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver

Brassneck Brewery // 2148 Main St, Vancouver


Tofino Brewing // 681 Industrial Way, Tofino

Longwood Brewing // 5775 Turner Road, Nanaimo

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Canoe Brewpub // 450 Swift St, Victoria

Russell Brewing Company // #202 – 13018 80th Ave, Surrey, BC

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Steel & Oak Brewing //1319 Third Ave. New Westminster

Postmark Brewing // 55 Dunlevy Ave, Vancouver

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Parallel 49 Brewing // 1950 Triumph St, Vancouver

Steamworks Brewing Company // 3845 William St, Burnaby

Yaletown Brewing Company // 1111 Mainland St, Vancouver

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Howe Sound Brewing // 37801 Cleveland Ave, Squamish

Vancouver Island Brewery // Victoria

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Townsite Brewing // 5824 Ash Avenue, Powell River

Whistler Brewing Company // Whistler

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Strange Fellows // 1345 Clark Drive, Vancouver

Driftwood Brewery // #102-450 Hillside Ave, Victoria

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Central City Brewers + Distillers // 11411 Bridgeview Dr., Surrey

Coast Mountain Brewing // Whistler

Lighthouse Brewery // 2-836 Devonshire Rd, Victoria

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