Trading
Post Brewing

EST. 2016 | Langley

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

Founded in 1827, Fort Langley was a trading post of the Hudson Bay Company. Today, Trading Post Brewing embraces that history as part of its own story. Located in the city of Langley, the brewery offers visitors an authentic experience in its comfortable tasting room, featuring a diverse range of beers designed by one of BC’s most experienced brewmasters, Tony Dewald. You can also enjoy those beers at the Trading Post Taphouse and Eatery, a restaurant operated by the same company in the nearby village of Fort Langley.

Features

Beer Service

  • Full Draught Service
    Draught Beer By the Glass
  • Growler Fills
    Growler & Growler Fills Available
  • Retail
    Cans and/or bottles available for purchase
  • Samples & Flights
    4oz samples available

Experience

  • Family Friendly
    you can bring the kids
  • Has Tours
    offers guided tours of their facility

Food Service

  • Snacks
    Light Snacks Available

What Else?

  • Merchandise
    shirts, hats available for sale
  • Wine
Fun Fact:

Langley is also home to the two-year Brewing and Brewery Operations program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. It has its own specially designed training brewery, which is open on Friday afternoons for tours, tastings and growler fills. Many of BC’s young brewers have trained there since it opened in 2014.

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