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Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver | Mount Pleasant Craft Beer

Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver Craft Beer Brewery Instanomss Nomss Delicious Food Photography Healthy Travel Lifestyle Canada

Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver Craft Beer Brewery Instanomss Nomss Delicious Food Photography Healthy Travel Lifestyle Canada

Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver Craft Beer Brewery Instanomss Nomss Delicious Food Photography Healthy Travel Lifestyle Canada

Faculty Brewing Co. is the newest addition to Vancouver’s craft beer scene. Opened net even a week and it is promising. It is located in the Mount Pleasant / Olympic Village neighbourhood at 1830 Ontario Street (and 3rd Avenue) where Pedal Bike Depot used to be.  Faculty Brewing is opening by the husband and wife team husband-and-wife team Mauricio and Alicia. In case you are wondering, the name Faculty came from Mauricio’s experience as a professor.

Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver Craft Beer Brewery Instanomss Nomss Delicious Food Photography Healthy Travel Lifestyle Canada

The space has a dozen high top tables and a window bar seat. Cement, steel and wood frame the brewery with clean lines and aesthetics.

On a hot sunny day, it gets cooking inside. Looking forward to when they will install some UV film to block out the heat.

Faculty Brewing’s beer menu line up standards and new experiments. We enjoyed a beer flight and even contemplated on a glass of Oddity Kombucha on tap. It’s a nice addition for anyone bar hoping with friends but don’t really drink.

My favorite was the ever so refreshing Minzeweizen  – a blend of peppermint tea with a milky wheat beer. Creamy finish and light.

Pictured Left to Right

  • Oaked Stout
  • Chinook Pale Ale
  • Minzeweizen
  • Blond Ale

 

Faculty Brewing Co Vancouver Craft Beer Brewery Instanomss Nomss Delicious Food Photography Healthy Travel Lifestyle Canada

Faculty Brewing Beer Menu

107 BLONDE | BLONDE ALE, 29 IBU
This easy-drinking blonde is crisp and refreshing with a creamy head and a sweet finish. The vienna malt gives it a balanced body, while the cascade hops infuse it with citrus notes.

241 MINZEWEIZEN | MINT HEFEWEIZEN, 22 IBU
This milky wheat beer is brewed with peppermint tea, giving it a refreshing taste and a smooth finish.

305 SAISON | FRENCH SAISON, 22 IBU
This hazy brew showcases yeast, with Golding hops providing flowery notes. Wheat and Münich malt give it a nose of fruit and spice.

408 CHINOOK | SINGLE-HOPPED PALE ALE, 60 IBU
Part of our single-hopped pale ale series. The Chinook hops give this beer a flavour of zest and spice.

419 CENTENNIAL | SINGLE-HOPPED PALE ALE, 71 IBU
This is the first in our series of single-hopped pale ales. Centennial hops, the most used in North America, offer a unique balance of flowers and citrus.

710 OAKED STOUT | DRY OAKED STOUT, 35 IBU
A dry stout with a creamy oatmeal head. The roasted barley offers notes of coffee, while the american oak provides aromas of vanilla and wood.

 

Faculty Brewing Co
URL: http://www.facultybrewing.com
Cuisine: Beer Brewery

Hours:

Monday 2–11PM
Tuesday 2–11PM
Wednesday 2–11PM
Thursday 2–11PM
Friday 2–11PM
Saturday 11AM–11PM
Sunday 11AM–11PM

1830 Ontario St, Vancouver, BC V5T 2W6
(778) 819-6794

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