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The Top Beers from Vancouver

Updated June 8, 2017 4.9k views8 items

List of the most well-known, widely produced and popular beers from Vancouver. List includes the top beers from Vancouver, along with photos of the beer logos when available. This list of Vancouver beers is alphabetical, but if you're looking for a specific beer you can search for it by using the "search" feature below. Various bits of information for these Vancouver beers are available below, such as what brewery makes them and what percentage of alcohol the beers contain. List beer include Granville Island Honey Lager, Hurricane I.P.A. and many more.

This list answers the questions, "What are the best Vancouver beers?" and "What are the most popular beers from Vancouver?"

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  • These authentic Belgian-style ales are intensely sour, dry and complex. All three of the lambics - Raspberry, Blackberry and Black Cherry - are aged in oak casks for more than one year. 15 kg, give or take, of whole unpasteurized fruit is added to each 200 litre oak barrel of fermented beer. The naturally occurring wild yeasts cause a second, slow fermentation, breaking down the fruit sugars to total dryness....  more
    • Brewery / Brand: Storm Brewing
    • Style: Fruit Lambic
    • Region: Canada, Vancouver
  • Derives its name from the historical fact that at one time in Europe beer was about the only safe liquid to drink. Black Plague is Irish style dry stout brewed only in fall and winter and only in small batches to ensure the freshness so paramount to such an intensely roasted beer....  more
    • Brewery / Brand: Storm Brewing
    • Style: Stout
    • Region: Canada, Vancouver
  • These authentic Belgian-style ales are intensely sour, dry and complex. All three of the lambics - Raspberry, Blackberry and Black Cherry - are aged in oak casks for more than one year. 15 kg, give or take, of whole unpasteurized fruit is added to each 200 litre oak barrel of fermented beer. The naturally occurring wild yeasts cause a second, slow fermentation, breaking down the fruit sugars to total dryness....  more
    • Brewery / Brand: Storm Brewing
    • Style: Fruit Lambic
    • Region: Canada, Vancouver
    • Brewery / Brand: Granville Island Brewing
    • Style: Honey Lager, Lager
    • Region: Canada, Vancouver