One of Vancouver’s favourite small batch beer brewers, 33 Acres, made an exciting announcement this week.
The Mount Pleasant brewery, located at 15 W 8 Avenue, explained the new project started when they took possession of the space next door. They decided to dedicate the area to beer experimentation.
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The fresh concept called ’33 Brewing Experiment’ will be a “facility to try new things” for the craft brewery, and also said they’d have “10 new beers by the end of next week” and more to come soon after that.
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The exciting new concoctions will be available in select stockists across Vancouver. Here’s the full statement from the brand:
We were fortunate enough to get our hands on the next door space. Rather than just expanding 33 Acres Brewing Company and our current line up of beers, we wanted to open a space that was centred around experimentation. A facility to try new things; a place to fail, a place to be perfect, and a place to come together to let everyone inside to see how we create.
We know the expansion plan of a truck route brewery is not for us. We feel that small batch, local, and community-driven breweries are the future. Shipping beer all across the country can take away from the experience and excitement of only being able to get certain beers in certain places. We want our beer to be consumed at its freshest, and we feel quality control is impossible when shipping across the country. Our focus is to support our local market and the people who choose to live in or visit our great city.