33 Acres Brewing Company / Vancouver

15 W 8th Ave btwn Manitoba & Ontario Vancouver V5Y 1M8
6046204589
$$$$
Opening Hours
Sun 12:00 - 17:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 12:00 - 21:00
Fri, Sat 11:00 - 23:00
Description

Our vision was born out of enjoyment for the binding elements of life. The spirit of community sharing; Drink, food, conversation, space, and ideas. We carry a strong appreciation for the boundless limits created by hard work. We’re influenced by the natural elements of our surroundings, fueled by creative thinking, and driven to make the highest quality product.

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Tips from the Net @ 33 Acres Brewing Company
Shirley Yeung en
I really enjoy the atmosphere and decor of this particular brewery. They serve brunch on the weekend and have a handful of really reasonable options. Otherwise, they also have an assortment of food options including jerky, pizza and ice cream! They also serve coffee and tea as well, so great for a group that may have non-beer drinkings. It can get quite busy in the afternoon of a weekend and they monitor the capacity quite a bit, so just be aware of this! GooglePlace - March 2018
恒平斉藤 en
Fantastic brewery! Many kind of unique hint flavor mixed with bold tasty beers. Best IPA in Vancouver!! I can't tell you a word more than "tasty"!! They also have pizza menu what I love!! GooglePlace - March 2018
Oksana Rose en
Food and good beers. What can we ask for? I had the pierogis and a few beers. It was absolutely amazing. I fell in love with their sour! The ambiance is cool with the white decor. I’d be back anytime for an happy hour. GooglePlace - March 2018
Daniel Chow en
Coolest brewery in the lower mainland. Great food, solid beer options. Typically super busy but if you can get a table this is definitely an amazing spot for good times. Also serves coffee until 5pm and has other non-alcoholic beverage options. Food menu typically changes from time to time. GooglePlace - February 2018
Alexander Carr en
Being from San Diego, I'd like to think that I know a good IPA when I see one, and both their Nirvana (IPA) and Roam (double IPA) were fantastic, even better than many San Diego beers that I've had. In addition, the atmosphere was very hip, they sold growlers of pretty much all of their beers, and six packs of a handful of others. The pizza that we got from the food truck that is regularly sitting outside was also very good. I ended up grabbing a growler of the Roam to take back to San Diego with me, as well as a bomber of one of their specialty aged beers. GooglePlace - November 2017