Any City Would Be Lucky to Have Port Moody’s Three Block Stretch of Beer Heaven

The Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver will keep you informed not only on where your beer scene is going but also on where it has been. We’ve plotted local tastings rooms, restaurants with extensive tap lists, craft beer-friendly liquor stores, and fascinating brew-centric points of interest on a zoomable map that functions as well on your phone as it does on your desktop. The ever-evolving A-Z of our city’s relationship with beer aims to encourage locals and visitors to responsibly explore every facet – both past and present – of our little corner of the brewing world. Enjoy it, responsibly!

Finding a place in the Atlas today is “Brewer’s Row”, the famously hop-happy three block stretch of Port Moody’s Murray Street. It was so named on account of its crazy concentration of breweries. There are four: Yellow Dog (the oldest), Moody Ales, Twin Sails, and Parkside (the newest, pictured above).

It takes just a few minutes to walk the entire “row”, but we suggest doing it in a couple of hours with – it should go without saying – a designated driver in tow.

Click through the Atlas to see how they geographically relate to one another and other locations in the larger Lower Mainland brewing scene.


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