Craft Beer and Artisan Food Tour of Vancouver

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Canada’s largest food and drink festival, Dine Out Vancouver, runs from January 16 through February 1. Not surprisingly, Dine Out Vancouver includes a beer component. (Photo above courtesy Vancouver Brewery Tours.)

Like similar events in other cities across North America, during Dine Out Vancouver restaurants offer affordable, prix fixe dinners, creating opportunities for patrons to experience restaurants that might otherwise seem too spendy. Unlike most restaurant weeks, Dine Out Vancouver also includes a number of special events and special offerings, which is where beer comes into play. I encourage you to learn more about all of the events at the official website: www.dineoutvancouver.com.

Craft Beer Market is a 400-seat, beer-focused restaurant with 140 craft beers on tap.

Craft Beer Market is a 400-seat, beer-focused restaurant with 140 craft beers on tap. Photo by Kim Sharpe Jones.

These days, the beer scene in Vancouver is exciting. It’s fun to see such a big, vibrant city get so quickly turned on to good beer. Just a few years ago, the Vancouver beer scene barely had a pulse, but today it is exploding. In my opinion, any excuse to visit Vancouver is a good one.

Among the many events during Dine Out Vancouver, the Craft Beer and Artisan Food Tour of Vancouver, presented by my friends at Vancouver Brewery Tours. See all the details below.

Parallel_49_Brewing_The_Taproom

Thirsty crowds fill the taproom at Parallel 49 Brewing, one of Vancouver’s brewery hot spots. Photo by Kim Sharpe Jones.

Another great thing about Dine Out Vancouver, many of the city’s hotels offer special prices. Seriously great deals for hotels in downtown Vancouver. For example, a quick search showed that you could get a room at the Burrard for just $73 or the Best Western for $87. No doubt, you might find better deals if you look. I would recommend  using the special prices as an excuse to stay someplace fancy, like the St. Regis (a personal favorite), which is offering rooms for as low as $130. That’s an amazing deal for a very nice, boutique hotel in the heart of the city. AND all prices are Canadian – the exchange rate is in our favor these days.

Storm Brewing in Vancouver is one of the most eccentric breweries you'll find anywhere.

Storm Brewing in Vancouver is one of the most eccentric breweries you’ll find anywhere. Photo by Kim Sharpe Jones.

Craft Beer and Artisan Food Tour of Vancouver
Presented by Vancouver Brewery Tours
Meet at Waterfront Station, 601 West Cordova

Click here to book online
call 604-318-2280
info@vancouverbrewerytours.com

January 16, 22, 23, 29, 30
3:00pm – 6:00pm

January 17, 24, 31
4:00pm – 7:00pm

$71*

Carefully sourced local ingredients. Small batches. Folks dedicated to the love of the craft. Hop on and let Vancouver Brewery Tours introduce you to the burgeoning craft beer and artisan food scene in Vancouver. While on tour we’ll introduce you to two of Vancouver’s finest craft breweries and visit three award-winning artisan food stops.

Enjoy an abundance of craft beer samples at the city’s newest craft brewery, Strange Fellows Brewing, and East Van favourite, Bomber Brewing, all while learning about the exploding popularity of Vancouver’s craft beer industry. To whet your appetite you’ll also be whisked away on a culinary adventure that includes artisan meats, cheeses, baked goods and much more from Big Lou’s Butcher Shop, La Grotta del Formaggio, Famoso Neapolitan Pizzeria and East Side Beer Food.

Must be 19 or older and have valid ID to board the van.

Dietary Comments: Each tour includes meat, dairy and wheat products.

* includes tour and tastings. Tax and ticketing fee not included. Gratuity optional.

Please meet near the entrance of Rogue Kitchen and Wetbar, located inside the station. Our guides will meet you there, blue clipboard in hand and take you outside to the Vancouver Brewery Tours van. Tours return to the same location. Please meet 15 minutes before the start of your tour. Tours leave promptly on time.

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