Port Moody, Canada

Exploring Brewer's Row- Hidden Vancouver

with Alexa G.

Video Verified
Alexa G.
Style: Chill, Indulgent, Offbeat

Explore one of Vancouver's hidden gems! Only a 45 min train ride from Vancouver's city center, a growing city known as Port Moody is home to 4 breweries across from a beautiful inlet. With tacos and ice cream right next door, the little strip locally known as "Brewer's Row" is a destination one could spend a fine day perusing. Having grown up in Port Moody as well as actively working in the craft beer industry, let me take you on a guided tour of my city's best offerings.

What's Included?
-Pickup from Moody Center skytrain station
(http://infomaps.translink.ca/System_Maps/skytrain_bline_seabus_map.pdf)
-Flight/Pint at Moody Ales, Parkside, Yellowdog, Twin Sails
-Entrance to Golden Spike Museum
-Meal from Taps & Tacos (1 large + 2 small/2 large tacos per person)
-1 scoop of ice cream from Rocky Point Ice Cream
-Guided explanation of beers, brewing process, local history, and tips on the surrounding area!

*Gluten free, vegan options available
*For more information please contact me through Vayable
Consider making a day of it! Bring your beach towel, go on a kayaking tour or a hike. Ask me for more recommendations!

Make a Reservation

$100
per person
for 4 hours


Instant Book Times

Aug 14
12:00 pm
Aug 15
12:00 pm
Aug 17
12:00 pm
Aug 20
12:00 pm
Contact Alexa
Your Insider
Alexa G.

Traveler, Beer Lover and Port Moody native, I believe that the best travel experiences are often hidden ones. I have traveled all over the world - from Canada's East to West, to Kenya, from London to Paris, and most recently, I attended a study abroad in Japan (just to name a few destinations). Despite my wanderlust, British Columbia will always have a place in my heart, and something about the little city that I grew up in (just outside of Vancouver) always seems to bring me back. Since I have been rewarded with many diverse experiences in other countries, I wanted to share my same love of adventure in what I think, is one of Vancouver's best hidden gems. Full profile Leave a Review


Nearby Experiences