WELCOME | Brassneck Brewery On Main St. Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

WELCOME | Brassneck Brewery On Main St. Has Joined The Growing Scout Community

We’ve invited Mount Pleasant's awesome Brassneck Brewery to join our GOODS section as a recommended brewer of beer. They are now proud members of Scout, and as such we will be posting their news in addition to hosting a page for them on our curated list of independent goodness. We would like to thank them for their support of Scout, and for making Vancouver a better place to be. ALL THE LOCAL “GOODS”

Brassneck Brewery

Brassneck Brewery

DETAILS 2148 Main Street | Vancouver, BC | V5T 3C5 Email: info@brassneck.ca | Web: www.brassneck.ca Social Media: Twitter | Instagram GALLERY photos by Lucas… more 

BARLEY MOWAT | Taking The Mystery Out Of Cellaring Your Awesome Beer Collection

BARLEY MOWAT | Taking The Mystery Out Of Cellaring Your Awesome Beer Collection

by Chuck Hallett | Beer, much like wine, falls into two distinctive categories: table beer, intended to be consumed as fresh as possible, and cellaring beer,… more 

OPENING SOON: A Look Inside Deep Cove Brewery & Distillery (Due Later This Month)

OPENING SOON: A Look Inside Deep Cove Brewery & Distillery (Due Later This Month)

We recently took a look inside Deep Cove Brewing and Distilling, the 6,500 sqft paradise soon to open at Unit 170 - 2270 Dollarton Hwy in North Vancouver… more 

BARLEY MOWAT: A Look Inside East Van’s Highly Anticipated “33 Acres Brewing Co.”

BARLEY MOWAT: A Look Inside East Van’s Highly Anticipated “33 Acres Brewing Co.”

by Chuck Hallett | As is now widely known, 2013 will see a large batch of new breweries opening in Vancouver. Among the first to put beer in my beer hole will… more 

VANCOUVER LEXICON | Beer Me

VANCOUVER LEXICON | Beer Me

Beer Me | Expression/Entreaty | A casual (if abruptly familiar) way of saying “pass me a beer” to a friend. Done at home and at parties, never in bars or… more 

SCOUT GOODS

SCOUT GOODS

Welcome to restaurant section of The GOODS. It’s our curated collection of local, independent breweries that we think are contributing to the progression… more 

GOODS: Whistler Brewing Co. Releases Limited Edition “Valley Trail Chestnut Ale”

GOODS: Whistler Brewing Co. Releases Limited Edition “Valley Trail Chestnut Ale”

News from Scout supporter Whistler Brewing Co. Whistler, BC | Whistler Brewing Company’s Brewmaster, Joe Goetz decided to push the envelope further with an… more 

UK Brewer Bottling Expensive Beers Inside Dead Furry Animals

UK Brewer Bottling Expensive Beers Inside Dead Furry Animals

And no, we're totally not joking... Twelve bottles of The End Of History ale have been made and placed inside seven dead stoats, four squirrels and one hare… more 

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