IPAs for days at this popular PoCo craft beer oasis.
Located just off the Mary Hill Bypass, steps away from the Pitt River, Taylight Brewing is a shelter in a storm for the tens of thousands of commuters who pass by daily: a proper craft beer oasis.
The open and airy tasting room is the preferred watering hole for the many workers in the surrounding Mary Hill neighbourhood, and is increasingly catching the attention of craft beer enthusiasts from across the Tri-Cities and beyond, too. And for good reason: former Molson brewer Goldwin Chan left the macro world behind to brew his beers his way at Taylight, and the result can be evidenced by the post-work growler fill lineup. The tasting room features 12 draft taps with a lineup that skews towards dangerously crushable IPAs and lagers. And with its proximity to the riverfront Traboulay PoCo Trail connecting Port Coquitlam to Coquitlam and beyond, there’s no need to drive when you can bike instead. Beer tastes better when you’re biking, anyways.
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