Craft Beer Market Patio Now Open

Dec 19 2017, 6:45 pm

The Craft Beer Market in the Olympic Village has become a hub of activity ever since it opened. Now there patio is open and will take advantage of the numerous people that live and frequent the ‘hood.

The patio will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. from Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. It seats about 50 people and is the perfect chance to try out their new spring/summer menu. Enjoy a pint in the hot summer sun.

Craft Beer Patio

Here is a little sneak peek at their upcoming rotating list for the summer:

GRANVILLE ISLAND       Vancouver, BC
0.45L – 5% – $6.25 Exclusive to CRAFT Beer Market
Latest collaboration brew is in support of our great friends at “Dragon Boat BC”. This refreshing and balanced White ISA has hints of coriander, lemon and orange. A pint is all you need to get you “ready and reaching” all the way to the finish line. $1 from every pint sold goes to support the building of a community boathouse, making a lasting contribution to the False Creek community that we both call home.

FOUR WINDS           Delta, BC
SAISON – 6.5% – .45L – $6.25
Four Winds has reincarnated a Belgian standard. Brewed with aromatic Noble hops, this Saison is finished with Pacific Northwest Cascade hops for nuanced notes of flower and spice, fermented hot for a fruity ester profile.

TREE BREWING             Kelowna, BC
Unfiltered to create a naturally cloudy brew, Mellow Moon also has flavours of citrus and clove that lead to a pleasant, dry mild hop finish.

STEAMWORKS             Vancouver, BC
JASMINE IPA – 6.5% – 60 IBU – 0.45L – $6.25
It has a very floral and citrus nose from the hops and jasmine flowers while hints of spicy phenolic and fruity esters come through on the finish. The taste of caramel malt is balanced by the lavish dry hop character and refreshing jasmine flavours. Hoppy, refreshing and complex!

BOMBER BREWING             Vancouver, BC
BLONDE – 5% – .45L – $6.25
A lower octane, more sessionable take on a classic Belgian blonde. Candied sugar and orange zest are prominent in this easy-drinking ale, with a lightly hopped undertone.

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