Crafted for the Coast.
Three friends worked together to create this small brewery in Gibsons, located just steps from the famous Molly’s Reach restaurant of Beachcombers fame. Their goal was to make it a community hub where locals and visitors can gather to enjoy beer and a snack in a comfortable, welcoming setting — and they succeeded. The attractive tasting room hosts musicians and features local artists’ creations on the walls. The rooftop patio — yes, you read that right, they have a rooftop patio! — offers a spectacular setting to enjoy food and beer with views of Howe Sound.
Pop in for a pint or a sample flight, or fill a growler to take with you as you continue to explore the Sunshine Coast.
The Beachcombers ran on CBC television in Canada from 1972 to 1990, one of the longest running series in Canadian history. Set in and around Gibsons, it featured storylines around a pair of beachcombers who earned their living by scouring local beaches for logs that had broken free from logging booms. The hero of the show was Nick Adonidas, played by Bruno Gerussi, while his main rival was an unsavoury character nicknamed Relic, played by Robert Clothier. A café called Molly’s Reach featured prominently in the show, but it didn’t exist in reality until after the show ended. Today it is a popular tourist attraction in the town.