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5 Fall-Flavoured Seasonal Beers You Have To Try From Some Of Vancouver ’s Best Breweries

Sophia Quinn Sophia Quinn

5 Fall-Flavoured Seasonal Beers You Have To Try From Some Of Vancouver ’s Best Breweries

These incredible craft breweries around Vancouver have each launched unique fall-flavoured drinks to quench your thirst this season. Hurry over to one of their fun locations or pick some up before they run out!

Here’s five of our favourite fall-flavoured beers from some of our cities best breweries.

1. Parallel 49 Brewing Company 

This awesome local brewery is back with an incredible line-up of seasonal beers. Their Lost Souls, a chocolate pumpkin porter, is that rich fall-flavoured brew that you’ll be reaching for on those dark, stormy nights. Perfectly smooth, you’re gonna want to grab a few of these.

 

2. 33 Acres Brewing Company 

Loving those crisp but beautiful fall sunsets? This family owned and operated brewery has some of the finest craft beers in the city. One of their newest flavours is their Cherry Piquette. Fruity and fresh, this stunning tart-like beer is the ideal thirst-quencher on a sunny fall day.

 

3. Main St Brewing Company

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This delicious new flavour at Main St Brewing Company seems to check all the boxes for a fall-flavoured beer. With hints of chamomile, spring flowers and light herbal spice, it mirrors the slow transition we’re all experiencing as we approach October. Oh and we love the design on this one.

 

4. Luppolo Brewing Company 

Luppolo Brewing Company just released two seasonal flavours but our favourite has to be their Tart Wild Ale with Blackberries. Made with fresh blackberries from our very own Fraser Valley, this delicious beer has that end of fall harvest feel to it. They’ve only made a small batch of this one, so get your hands on them asap!

 

5. Granville Island Brewing 

Does anything scream fall like a pie-flavoured beer? Granville Island Brewing’s fruit cobbler ale is super tasty and not a too sweet seasonal beer. You have to try one of these and tell us what you think!

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