Fraser
Valley

Farm fresh craft beer.

The Fraser Valley’s history of hop growing is reflected in its diverse craft breweries.

Located less than an hour’s drive east of Vancouver, tucked between the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges, the Fraser Valley is a mix of relaxing countryside, urban culture, and rugged backcountry beauty. It is the largest agricultural region in British Columbia, making it the ideal place to experience authentic farm fresh experiences. Get lost in berry patches and apple orchards, hike along scenic trails, visit a local farmer’s market or fill your belly with a farm-to-plate meal. You’ll also discover trendy restaurants and lounges, exciting sport venues, and unique shopping opportunities. Along the way, sample a wide variety of delicious, locally brewed craft beers.

Hops, which are a key ingredient in beer that provide bitterness, flavour and aroma, have been grown in the Fraser Valley for more than a century. In the 1940s and 1950s, nearly 2,000 acres of hops were under cultivation there, drawing thousands of hop pickers during harvest time at the end of each summer. Gradually, the industry dwindled away, but recently, hop farming has returned to this fertile agricultural region — largely thanks to the growth of craft brewing there. 

Fresh beer always tastes the best, and the Fraser Valley’s craft breweries are about as close to the farms that grow their hops as possible —in some cases, they’re neighbours. In Chilliwack, the epicentre of hop growing in the Valley, Old Yale Brewing showcases that connection in their beers, and Farmhouse Brewing lets you taste craft beer produced directly on a farm. Chilliwack’s downtown revitalization project includes two breweries: Bricklayer Brewing and Field House CHWK.

Abbotsford, the largest city in the Valley, is home to Ravens Brewing and the original Field House Brewing. Nearby, Langley has its own burgeoning scene with several breweries: Camp Beer Co., Dead Frog Brewery, Farm Country Brewing, Five Roads Brewing, Smugglers Trail Caskworks, and Trading Post Brewing. Langley is also home to Kwantlen Polytechnic University, which offers a two-year Brewing & Brewery Operations diploma. The KPU Brew Lab was even named Brewery of the Year at the 2019 BC Beer Awards!

Exploring the Fraser Valley is all about following your thirst and making new discoveries.

 

Know Before You Go 

Before visiting, we recommend that you check directly with the businesses you are hoping to visit to get the latest on-the-ground information. Some businesses are seasonal, and some may have experienced closures due to COVID-19.

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Day 1

restaurant
Curly Kale
5669 Vedder Rd, Chilliwack, BC

Enjoy classic breakfast fare made from locally sourced produce in this local gem, that shares its space with Magpie's Bakery.

activity
Hike Teapot Hill at Cultus Lake

The most popular hike in Cultus Lake Park boasting stunning views of the lake and surrounding valley. Some very steep sections, so make sure you wear suitable footwear!

restaurant
Garrison Bistro
45555 Market Way #6, Chilliwack, BC

Serving locally sourced comfort food with a twist, head to this friendly neighbourhood bistro for lunch.

activity
Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve
5200 Sumas Prairie Rd, Chilliwack, BC

Explore the many trails and observation tower in this reserve - one of the largest heron nesting colonies on the lower mainland. You can pair your visit with a walk along the Vedder River Rotary Trail.

brewery
44550 S Sumas Rd #404, Chilliwack, BC

Old Yale has been blazing trails and brewing beer in Chilliwack since 1999.

brewery
6385 Lickman Rd, Chilliwack, BC

Enjoy craft beer and food on this working farm in rural Chilliwack.

brewery
#102-9251 Woolly Dog Alley, Chilliwack, BC

This exciting expansion brings the Field House Brewing brand to downtown Chilliwack.

brewery
46126 Yale Rd, Chilliwack, BC

Equal parts good, old-fashioned belonging and fresh, forward-thinking beer.

liquor-store
43971 Industrial Way, Chilliwack, BC

We are passionate about Craft Beer and work hard to keep our selection filled with the latest and greatest offerings! Come chat with our staff about what's new!

accomodation
Royal Hotel
45886 Wellington Ave., Chilliwack, BC

A charming heritage hotel located at the heart of Chilliwack. A window into the past while providing the modern traveler with all the comforts of home.

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Downtown Chilliwack is undergoing a revitalization, now District 1881. The Local Space, Spruce Collective, and Bow & Stern have all opened along with two new breweries: Field House CHWK and Bricklayer Brewing. Farmhouse Brewing also opened in Greendale, close to Old Yale Brewing, Chilliwack’s original brewery. You could say it’s a hop-ening place!

For more outdoor adventures, try sturgeon fishing or visiting Bridal Falls. If stunning views are what you’re after, take in the scenery at Cheam Wetlands Regional Park — a 107-hectare park comprised of lake, marsh and forest.

Ready for a hot beverage? Be warmly greeted at a local cafe: try Harvest Café or Cedar and Moss Coffee.

Day 2

Travel

Drive to Abbotsford, approximately 30 minutes.

restaurant
Ann Marie's Cafe
33771 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford, BC

Ann Marie’s Cafe will take you back to simpler times with its 1950's diner style menu, décor, and service. Specializing in hamburgers, milkshakes, and their famous all day breakfast!

activity
Hike or Mountain Bike on Sumas Mountain

One of the most well-known mountains in the region.The hiking trail passes Chadsey Lake before reaching the top with an expansive view of the Fraser Valley.

brewery
2281 W Railway St, Abbotsford, BC

Field House brews a variety of their own unique beers as well as limited edition collaboration products with other breweries and wineries. Kids are welcome in their tasting room and a dog friendly patio make this a great stop for the whole family.

tap-house
33758 Essendene Ave, Abbotsford, British Columbia

In Historic Downtown, BRGR BRGR has become the place for grabbing a mouth-watering burger, great beer, and more in a relaxed space with plentiful dietary options. Don’t forget to try the onion rings!

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Historic Downtown Abbotsford

After lunch spend some time wandering through the historic Downtown Abbotsford neighbourhood. You’ll find locally owned boutiques, fun restaurants, and amazing cafes and bakeries. Spend time browsing the expansive shelves at Hemingway’s Books & Records or sit down for a board game with friends at Boardwalk Café & Games.

brewery
2485 Townline Rd, Abbotsford, BC

Focusing on European and West Coast style beers and respecting the ingredients traditionally found in these great brews, Ravens works with local growers and suppliers to craft great beers full of character and style. 

restaurant
Brodeur’s Bistro
3550 Mt. Lehman Rd, Abbotsford, BC

A blend of Montreal and New Orleans cuisine, Brodeur’s is the place for delicious food, large portions and a laid-back atmosphere. Menu items include smoked meat sandwiches, jambalaya, and rotisserie chicken, all with your choice of 27 sides!

accomodation
Clarion Hotel and Conference Centre
36035 N. Parallel Rd, Abbotsford, BC

Newly renovated and rebranded, the Clarion offers an excellent home base for all of your Fraser Valley adventures. Easily accessible from Highway 1, pool and fitness facilities, on site restaurant, and ample meeting space are just a few of the features.

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Looking for more suggestions? Explore Fraser Valley’s Circle Farm Tour – a road map that directs you to a variety of specialty farm-gate vendors, open air markets, charming eateries, heritage sites, fairs, and other special events. For events the rest of the year, try to catch a concert at the Abbotsford Centre.

If you are tempted to add one more stop to your itinerary, Langley’s Trading Post Brewing also has an Abbotsford Eatery location.

Abbotsford has an extensive selection of accommodation providers from hotels and inns to cozy bed and breakfasts. Find additional options for overnight stays at tourismabbotsford.ca.

Day 3

Travel

Drive to Langley, approximately 30 minutes.

liquor-store
3650B 248 Street, Langley, BC

Our Signature store location, Liquor @ 248th, features 10,000 sq ft of shopping space with one of the largest walk-in beer coolers in BC.

cafe
Balance Café
22198 48 Ave, Langley, BC

Enjoy a variety of healthy food options for many different eating styles, with the incorporation of local and fresh concepts; come and bring balance to your life.

activity
Campbell Valley Regional Park
20285 8 Ave, Langley, BC

A beautiful 29km hike with a sprawling network of trails for walking, horseback riding, and exploring, while enjoying breathtaking views of the park’s lush greenery and wildlife.

brewery
19664 64 Ave, Langley, BC

Celebrating the outdoors at Camp Beer Co. is easy because of the tasting room's glass, roll-up doors and the big south-facing, family-friendly, dog-friendly outdoor patio.

brewery
1 - 6263 202nd Street, Langley, BC

At the intersection of good beer and great company is Five Roads Brewing. Enjoy a wide selection of craft beer to enjoy alongside great pizza or a snack board. A perfect lunch stop!

brewery
20120 64 Ave #107, Langley, BC

Inspired by the historical origins of its community, Trading Post reflects that story in its beer.

brewery
#105, 8860 201 St, Langley, BC

One of the most creative breweries in BC, Dead Frog pushes boundaries with both its name and its beers.

brewery
#140 - 9339 200A Street, Langley, BC

Fine ales for adventurous folk in historic Langley. The brewery boasts an attractive tasting room with a full kitchen serving elevated comfort foods.

tap-house
9143 Glover Road, Fort Langley, BC

Local craft beer, fresh food, and a friendly and inviting atmosphere for the community to gather. Open for lunch and dinner.

accomodation
Find a place to stay in Langley Township!

Unwind, and enjoy Langley’s warm hospitality. When it’s time to rest your head, our hotels, motels, bed & breakfasts, and rustic campsites for a night under the stars look forward to welcoming you. From large hotel brands to smaller economical hosts, our accommodation providers are sure to exceed all traveler expectations.

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Come stroll around and visit the unique shops, cafes and restaurants in the Village of Fort Langley. If you’re a history buff, be sure to explore the Fort Langley National Historic Site, a former trading post of the Hudson’s Bay Company.

Beyond beer, the Township of Langley is also home to nine wineries, a cidery and a distillery where you can see the crops grown that result in the delicious “farm to bottle” product.

Day 4

cafe
PINKAVO Café
20534 Fraser Hwy, Langley City, BC

All about good coffee, good eats, and good vibes, PINKAVO Cafe is a great way to start your day!

activity
Sendall Botanical Gardens
20210 50 Avenue, Langley City, BC

Beautiful botanical gardens that feature 3.67 acres of beautiful and unique plants, shrubs and trees, a nature trail, and two duck ponds. Their tropical greenhouse offers a wide variety of colourful exotic plants and is open to the public from April 1 to October 1.

activity
The Golf Den

Play virtual golf with your own clubs, hit real golf balls, and play some of the famous golf courses around the world.

restaurant
The Raving Gamer

Visit Langley's first board game restaurant - serving up food and fun in a funky, family-friendly environment. The Raving Gamer features locally sourced ingredients and a vast collection of board games for all ages, interests and skill level.

activity
Fast Trak Indoor Karting

Need for Speed? Or want to show dad he’s not the NASCAR driver he thinks he is? Then visit Fast Trak Indoor Karting, where top speeds reach up to 75km/h.

brewery
5 - 20555 56th Avenue, Langley, BC

Farm Country Brewing celebrates Langley’s heritage as a farming community. Based in a building that once housed a supermarket, it has a big tasting room with space for over 100 people, along with a patio out front.

brewery
20901 Langley Bypass, Langley, BC

If you’re on the hunt for more craft beer, stop by the KPU Brewing Lab on Fridays from 1pm-5pm for growler fills, tastings and tours! Follow their Facebook and Twitter pages to find out which small-batch beer they'll have on tap each week.

pub
Match Eatery & Public House
20393 Fraser Hwy, , BC

A contemporary themed pub and eatery with a year-round patio, voted best in the city. Casual and upbeat, this spot is perfect for any type of gathering.

accomodation
Coast Hotel Langley

Located in the heart of Downtown Langley, The Coast Hotel offers an array of amenities, entertainment options and is walking distance to Downtown Langley’s shops and restaurants.

accomodation
Find a place to stay in Langley City!

Langley City is proud to partner with premium brands such as Coast, Best Western, and Days Inn, as well as three locally owned, independent motels. Our hotels and motels offer a variety of guestroom styles from full-suites ideal for extended stays, to your traditional guestrooms with 2 beds. All properties provide complimentary parking, wifi, and are 100% non-smoking. For a full list of our hotels and their amenities, check out our directory below.

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Downtown Langley is home to over 500 unique shops, services and restaurants. This pedestrian-oriented shopping area features free parking, trendy McBurney Plaza, as well as the Cascades Casino Resort.

Grab your camera and take a self-guided tour throughout Langley City’s Mural Walk to check out 17 stunning, hand-painted murals from local artists.

restaurant
Curly Kale
5669 Vedder Rd, Chilliwack, BC
activity
Hike Teapot Hill at Cultus Lake
restaurant
Garrison Bistro
45555 Market Way #6, Chilliwack, BC
activity
Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve
5200 Sumas Prairie Rd, Chilliwack, BC
brewery
44550 S Sumas Rd #404, Chilliwack, BC
brewery
brewery
#102-9251 Woolly Dog Alley, Chilliwack, BC
brewery
liquor-store
accomodation
Royal Hotel
45886 Wellington Ave., Chilliwack, BC
restaurant
Ann Marie's Cafe
33771 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford, BC
activity
Hike or Mountain Bike on Sumas Mountain
brewery
tap-house
33758 Essendene Ave, Abbotsford, British Columbia
poi
Historic Downtown Abbotsford
brewery
restaurant
Brodeur’s Bistro
3550 Mt. Lehman Rd, Abbotsford, BC
accomodation
Clarion Hotel and Conference Centre
36035 N. Parallel Rd, Abbotsford, BC
liquor-store
cafe
Balance Café
22198 48 Ave, Langley, BC
activity
Campbell Valley Regional Park
20285 8 Ave, Langley, BC
brewery
19664 64 Ave, Langley, BC
brewery
1 - 6263 202nd Street, Langley, BC
brewery
brewery
#105, 8860 201 St, Langley, BC
brewery
tap-house
cafe
PINKAVO Café
20534 Fraser Hwy, Langley City, BC
activity
Sendall Botanical Gardens
20210 50 Avenue, Langley City, BC
activity
restaurant
activity
Fast Trak Indoor Karting
brewery
brewery
20901 Langley Bypass, Langley, BC
pub
Match Eatery & Public House
20393 Fraser Hwy, , BC
accomodation
Coast Hotel Langley
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