While the primary focus of any brewery is mastering the perfect beer, several also serve up delicious food as well. Next time hunger strikes on a Vancouver brewery tour, hit one of these five tasting rooms and fill up for $10 or less.
Looking to grab a quick lunch and brew in the Olympic Village area? Look no further than the Steel Toad Brewpub. Offering an express lunch menu from Monday to Friday, you can order meatball subs, beef dip, and mac and cheese all for $10 each.
Address: 97 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver
Not only does this beautiful space serve amazing beer, but 33 Acres also offers several local and fresh dishes for $10 or less. Stop by before 2 pm on weekends for their Avocado Smash served on Nelson the Seagull toast, or any day after 3 pm for their Homestyle Perogies.
Address: 15 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver
Serving unique beer like the Graham Cracker Ale and the Cucumber Sour, this North Shore brewery opened its doors last fall. Offering a full menu, several share plates are $10 or less. Try the Patatas Bravas served with chorizo sausage, or the Caponata Bruschetta served on focaccia.
Address: 1015 Marine Drive, North Vancouver
As part of brand collective at The Settlement Building, Postmark Brewing shares a food menu with Belgard Kitchen. Head over to this Railtown joint between 3 and 6 for their “happy afternoon” specials and try the Margherita Pizzette for $7, or the Mushroom and Bacon Pate for $8.
Address: 55 Dunlevy Avenue, Vancouver
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Located just off of Main Street, this funky brewery is one of Vancouver’s original microbreweries. Daily specials include quesadillas for $8.50 on Mondays, wings for $10 on Tuesdays, and nachos for $10 on Wednesdays.
Address: 54 East 4th Avenue, Vancouver