When it comes to beer cities in Canada, we say cheers to you for planning your vacation around a nice brew. Canada beer in Canada has a reputation for being amongst the most delicious in the world. There is always something new and innovative Brewing in every province, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia.
Let’s look at the best beer cities in Canada that should be on your beer bucket list. Are you ready to hop to it?
Guysborough, Nova Scotia
In the quiet community of Guysborough in Nova Scotia, something is big Brewing. The beer at Rare Bird Craft Beer is popular with beer lovers, with full steam stout and pale ale amongst the best sellers. Mid-June until the end of September, you can book a brewery tour to find out more about how they make beer in Guysborough county. Check out the Authentic Seacoast Company in Guysborough too. As well as beer, they have more good stuff, including vodka and coffee. You can find them in the historic Hart Building above the village marina on Main Street.
In the quiet community of Guysborough in Nova Scotia, something is big Brewing. The beer at Rare Bird Craft Beer is popular with beer lovers, with full steam stout and pale ale amongst the best sellers. Mid-June until the end of September, you can book a brewery tour to find out more about how they make beer in Guysborough county. Check out the Authentic Seacoast Company in Guysborough too.
As well as beer, they have more good stuff, including vodka and coffee. You can find them in the historic Hart Building above the village marina on Main Street.
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Dildo and St. John’s, Newfoundland
Newfoundland boasts the highest beer consumption per capita. With this impressive statistic, you shouldn’t be surprised to know there are some great beer cities in the province. The town of Dildo has the Dildo Brewing Co & Museum about 1 hour west of St. John’s.
On the waterfront, you can relax and sample the beers on top before exploring the museum if you are there in summer. The bright yellow and red building is hard to miss.
Quidi Vidi was one of the first microbreweries to pop up in Newfoundland back in 1996. The St. John’s village location makes it easy to stop by and quench your thirst with an Iceberg beer, or you might want to enter the taproom to sip some ale while taking in the epic views.
The place to have a pub crawl, sophisticated or crazy, is Toronto. With a dizzying array of options, you won’t go thirsty. Blood Brothers Brewing has a loyal fan base and gets many international visitors due to their excellent reputation for brewing the finest drops.
You can stay home in your PJs too because they deliver across the whole province. With funky names and eye-catching branding, we are desperate to try the Feed Your Gods Imperial fruited ale with raspberry and vanilla. Too sweet?
How about a can of Guilty Remnant? The spiced white stout inspired by Mexican flavors includes coffee and horchata spices.
Kensington Brewing Company, Left Field Brewery, and Cool Beer Brewing Company are all excellent, and there are many more great breweries – too many to mention, but we feel you can try to take them on during your vacation!
Victoria, British Columbia
Did you know the first brewpub opening in 1984 in Victoria, British Columbia? Since then, the number of breweries and beer-serving establishments has increased progressively.
Swans Brewery leads the way as one of the early beer makers in the area and with the hotel attached, you can drink and roll straight into bed. Nearby is Canoe Brewpub that has a great patio so patrons can enjoy their beer in the sun.
The Whistle Buoy Brewing Company always has plenty of beer flowing and customers lapping it up. Making experimental beers, they are not afraid to try out new flavors in the bid to find a new hit.
These are just a few of the places you can find epic Canadian beers in Victoria, with the beer and brewing scene growing and showing no sign of slowing down.
You can find a fine collection of watering holes in Alberta, including Outcast Brewing, Cold Garden Beverage Co., and High Line Brewing. All offer unique flavors and positive experiences, so take your pick or visit all three.
Nelson, British Columbia
Some rich and vibrant beer flavors are being produced in British Columbia these days. Just ask the customers fromBackroads Brewing in Nelson. They keep coming back for the award-winning ales and lagers that are produced in small batches.
Visit the brewery to sample the quality beer over some tasty soft pretzels and pepperoni sticks.
At Nelson Brewing Co., sample the organic beers in the tasting room. They offer ten taps of craft beer that often change between small-batch brews and the classic lineup, as well as tempting snacks, including Chez Totoche cured meats.
Wild Honey Ale, Happy Camper Summer Ale and Harvest Moon are sure to get your party started.
Famous for an exciting food scene, it’s no surprise that Montreal also leads the craft beer industry. Montreal is a wonderful place to sample some of the finest liquid gold made in Canada.
Boswell Brasserie Artisanale in La Plateau serves up beer, cider, cocktails and fine wines. Sip your new favorite brew on the balcony or stay cozy indoors.
They have 21 beers on tap always and you can team your drink up with a fancy version of burgers, fried calamari, grilled ribs, and more.
Meanwhile, at Le Saint Bock, they have over 800 types of beer. If your head is spinning before you take the first sip, just ask the bar staff for a recommendation. They are experts on all things beer.
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