Fraser Valley

    The cities of Abbotsford, Chilliwack and Hope offer a mix of relaxing countryside, urban culture, and rugged backcountry beauty. Their hop growing history is reflected in diverse craft breweries.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Abbotsford|Chilliwack|Cultus Lake|Hope

    Kelowna and West Kelowna

    This region's craft beer scene dates back 25 years, and a recent surge of new breweries and its own annual beer festival has given it fresh energy.

    Thompson Okanagan Kelowna|West Kelowna

    Kootenay Rockies East

    Spectacular parks, hot springs and hiking trails, as well as several alpine resorts make the towns of Creston, Fernie, Cranbrook, Kimberley, Radium Hot Springs, Golden and Revelstoke a Utopia for wilderness explorers and craft beer lovers.

    Kootenay Rockies Cranbrook|Creston|Fernie|Fort Steele|Golden|Kimberley|Radium Hot Springs|Revelstoke

    Kootenay Rockies West

    Discover forests, mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, hot springs and waterfalls as you explore craft breweries in Rossland, Trail, Salmo, Castlegar, Robson, Nelson and Kaslo.

    Kootenay Rockies Ainsworth Hot Springs|Castlegar|Kaslo|Nelson|Robson|Rossland|Salmo|Trail


    Langley is rich in history, urban experiences and fresh craft beer.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Langley|Langley City

    Maple Ridge

    Tucked between the Golden Ears Mountains and the Fraser River, Maple Ridge is a scenic, forested community with a remarkable natural beauty — and a bounty of craft breweries.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Maple Ridge|Pitt Meadows

    North of the Fraser

    The four municipalities of New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam are aligned in many ways — not just by geography, but also through their bustling craft breweries.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Burnaby|Coquitlam|New Westminster|Port Coquitlam

    Northeast BC

    Prepare to be awed by the vast geography of rugged mountains, pristine lakes and rolling prairies found alongside the craft breweries of Fort St John, Dawson Creek, Quesnel, Williams Lake and Valemount.

    Northern British Columbia|Cariboo Chilcotin Charlie Lake|Dawson Creek|Fort St John|Fort St. John|Quesnel|South Dawson|Valemount|Williams Lake

    Northwest BC

    Majestic scenery and abundant natural beauty makes exploring Prince Rupert, Terrace, Smithers, Burns Lake and Prince George the perfect epic road trip, where you end a long day of driving with delicious craft beer.

    Northern British Columbia|Cariboo Chilcotin Burns Lake|François Lake|Kitimat-stikine|Prince George|Prince Rupert|Smithers|Terrace|Thornhill


    The name Penticton translates to “a place to stay forever.” After just one visit, you’ll know why. Between the beaches, vineyards, vistas, and craft breweries, this small city is definitely one of BC’s best kept secrets.

    Thompson Okanagan Penticton

    Port Moody

    With six unique breweries on Brewers Row, beer lovers agree that Port Moody is anything but sleepy—it’s a craft beer destination.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Port Moody

    Sea to Sky

    The Sea to Sky Ale Trail is where mountains meet the ocean, and craft beer brings adventurers together in Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Britannia Beach|Pemberton|Squamish|Squamish Bc|Whistler

    South of the Fraser

    Richmond, Delta, Surrey, and White Rock are distinct communities linked by their locations south of the Fraser River. These good neighbours have much in common, yet they also have their own unique stories to share.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Crescent Beach|Delta|Ladner|Richmond|Richmond, Bc|South Surrey|Surrey|White Rock

    Southern Interior

    From Merritt up to Kamloops, across to Salmon Arm, and then down to Vernon, the craft breweries on this ale trail reflect the geographic diversity of the region with their own individual approaches.

    Thompson Okanagan Blind Bay|Coldstream|Kamloops|Merritt|Salmon Arm|Sicamous|Sorrento|Thomson-nicola|Vernon

    Southern Interior Winter Ale Trail

    Winter doesn’t slow anyone down in this wonderland of outdoor and urban activities. Explore the InBEERior communities of Merritt, Kamloops, Salmon Arm, and Vernon in the snowy season.

    Thompson Okanagan Blind Bay|Kamloops|Kane Valley|Merritt|Salmon Arm|Silver Star Mountain|Sorrento|Vernon

    Sunshine Coast

    This is the West Coast beyond compare. On BC’s southwest coast lies a hidden paradise of coastal geography awaiting discovery — along with some of the province's most distinctive breweries in Gibsons, Sechelt, Powell River and Lund.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Egmont|Gibsons|Lund|Powell River|Roberts Creek|Sechelt

    Vancouver – Brewery Creek

    From the Downtown brewpubs to Kitsilano and Mount Pleasant’s diverse range of breweries, restaurants and taphouses, there is a beer and brewery for every taste on the Brewery Creek Vancouver Ale Trail.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Vancouver

    Vancouver – Yeast Vancouver

    One of the most cosmopolitan cities on the continent, bordered by sea, forest and mountain peaks: Vancouver really has it all.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Vancouver

    Vancouver Island Part I

    Community craft breweries abound from the Cowichan Valley’s warm climate and agricultural heritage, leading through Duncan and Chemainus to Nanaimo’s urban, maritime vibe.

    Vancouver Island Chemainus|Duncan|Ladysmith|Malahat|Nanaimo|Shawnigan Lake

    Vancouver Island Part II

    Experience craft beer culture interwoven with natural beauty, agricultural splendour and some of BC’s most spectacular beaches in Parksville Qualicum Beach, Port Alberni, the Comox Valley and Campbell River

    Vancouver Island Campbell River|Comox|Coombs|Courtenay|Cumberland|Nanoose Bay|Parksville|Port Alberni|Qualicum Beach

    Vancouver’s North Shore

    There’s an après beer for everyone in the big city’s outdoor playground. This is where the metropolis meets BC’s mighty outdoors.

    Vancouver, Coast & Mountains North Vancouver|West Vancouver


    This is the cradle of the "craft beer revolution," home to Canada’s first brewpub and some of British Columbia’s most popular breweries.

    Vancouver Island Brentwood Bay|Mayne Island|North Saanich|Pender Island|Salt Spring Island|Sidney|Victoria

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