CRAFT BEER ATLAS // Another Swell Addition to ‘Yeast Van’

Scout’s alphabetical Craft Beer Atlas of Vancouver was designed to grow with our brewing scene, so from time to time – like right now – we add new entries.

For Container Brewing, first timers Dan Webster and Terry Brown brought in Tim Juul – formerly Head Brewer at Massachusetts’ Fort Hill Brewery – to help bring their dream to 1216 Franklin Ave. in late 2019. Designed by Simcic + Uhrich Architects, the two-level, 67 seat brewery and tasting facility quickly found an eager customer base for its 12 taps, tasty Welsh rarebits and second-storey views of BC Sugar and the North Shore peaks.

Fave brew to date: ‘Pour Le Mineurs’ Grisette (3.2% ABV).


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CRAFT BEER ATLAS // Possibly the Best Place to Drink Craft Beer in Downtown Vancouver

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The Slickly Branded Brewery Within a Brewery That Produces Delicious IPAs

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