Mother’s Day specials abound at BC breweries! Mother’s Day is this Sunday and, while we are doing our part by staying close to home, there is no shortage of ways to celebrate this special day.
Many local restaurants are offering special take-out options in the form of brunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. There are also bakeries and patisseries that have put together cakes and pastries that are a feast for the eyes and the bellies.
For the beer-loving moms in your life, many of the province’s craft breweries are also offering lovely Mother’s Day specials you won’t want to miss. Check them out!
198 Ellis Street, Penticton
Take mom to Cannery Brewing on May 9 to enjoy live music from 5pm to 7pm in their family-friendly backyard.
1216 Franklin St., Vancouver
Purchase a Mother’s Day Crate that includes their Be Right Back sour wheat ale, and to-be-released German pilsner, Noch Mal. Also in the crate are Salted Caramel Polygon Hearts by Beta5 Chocolates and cookies from BAK’D Cookies. Pre-order required for delivery or pickup on Friday, May 7.
25 Craig Street, Duncan
Pre-order the Take and Bake for 4, which includes roasted chicken breasts, sides and dessert. Pre-order between Tuesday and Friday, May 4-7, for pick-up all day on Sunday, May 9.
#5 – 20555 56 Avenue, Langley
Stop by the brewery between Thursday and Saturday, May 6-8, to pick mom up some beautiful 6-inch potted begonias, grown by local family-owned-and-run Scania Greenhouses. Don’t forget the beer merchandise!
390 Old Hope Princeton Way, Hope
Stop by Mountainview over the Mother’s Day weekend for their Taco Crunch Supremes and a pint of the new Blackberry Way amber sour (releasing on May 7). Saturday, May 8, is also their “Brews & Blooms” day where you can pick up fresh flowers from Wild Rabbit Flowers starting at noon!
Unit 11, 215 Port Augusta Street, Comox
New Tradition will feature a flight of their beer with a flight of Benino gelato on Mother’s Day for $18.25. Choose from 8 beers on tap and 6 flavours of gelato.
404-44550 South Sumas Road, Chilliwack
$5 pint and free bundles of flowers for moms in their tasting room all day on May 9, 11am-8pm
2485 Townline Road, Abbotsford
Enjoy 10% off their cocktail kits on May 7-9 with code MOTHERSDAY at their online store, or in the tasting room! On Mother’s Day, May 9, their new cocktail flights will be on special to enjoy on their heated patio, plus $1 off caesars and screwdrivers.
760 Vaughan Ave, Kelowna
Rustic Reel has partnered up with Old School Petals and Taste of the Okanagan Specialty Foods to offer two gift packages: small gift package for $55 and large for $75. Pre-order by Wednesday, May 5, for pick-up at Rustic Reel on Saturday, May 8, from 11am-5pm, or Sunday, May 9, from 9am-5pm.
218 Martin Street, Penticton, BC
Spend a few extra bucks on a great card or gift because Slackwater Brewing has brunch covered! On May 9th, Mother’s get to eat off their fantastic brunch menu free of charge! Brunch is served Saturday & Sunday from 11am-2pm.
1033 Richter Street, Kelowna
In collaboration with Table Forty Nine, you can pick up a brunch picnic box. For $125, A Table For Mom includes waffles, eggs, beers from Vice & Virtue, smoked bacon or trout, hash browns, chocolates, and more!
Unit 63 – 560 Johnson St, Victoria BC
Spoil your mom with this $40 Mother’s Day Box that includes Whistle Buoy beer and merchandise and other local products. You may also include a customized message in a card. Boxes will be prepared and ready for pickup starting at noon on Friday, May 7, until end of day on Sunday, May 9.
Need More Ideas?
Every beer-loving mom would appreciate a selection of her favourite brews. Put together a personalized gift basket full of beer and snacks. Or surprise her by ordering beer delivery from her favourite brewery. You could also order take-out from a local brewpub or restaurant with a side of cold, refreshing beer.
There are only a few days left, so start planning! Make sure to follow the latest travel and gathering restrictions and stay safe. Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderful mom and mom-to-bes out there!
Joyce Lam has been a food blogger in Vancouver since 2009, writing at VanFoodies.com and sharing her food adventures on social media @vanfoodies. She sets out to discover delightful eats across Greater Vancouver, find joys in hearty home-cooking, and celebrate local food and beverage producers. A marketing consultant by day, and a food blogger by night, Joyce is a petite girl with a big appetite. Her foodie motto is “I’ll try anything once.”