Tasting Room + Beer Store
Sample a range of beers, from our latest flavour innovations to P49's greatest hits.
Our Tasting Room and Beer Store is open everyday
Daily: 11am - 11pm1950 Triumph St. Vancouver, BC, Canada V5L1K5
Made with fresh ginger, sugar, lemons and cayenne. Big ginger flavour with a spicy kick that travel to the sinus. Refreshing and not too sweet.
House made with nine spices and unfiltered.
Our European style radler is the drink of champions. Tart grapefruit juice and crisp lager combine for a refreshing summer hybrid - it's like rocket fuel for leisure time.
A delicious beer with great hop aroma and good flavour.
Hazy Pale Ale
Hazy Session Pale Ale collab-brewed with Superflux Beer Company. Strong hop notes of tangerine, melon, passionfruit, and berry from large dryhop addition. Light crisp malt with silky mouthfeel. Fairly dry but not too thin. Light bitterness with citrusy and spicy hop flavour. Highly hopped but very easy drinking and refreshing.
Spawned from the English Brown Ale, this strongly flavoured classic ale has notes of caramel and chocolate character, which balances the slight hop bitterness and finish.
Hazy Pale Ale
This light, refreshing pale ale offers a silky smooth mouth feel and strong peach, orange, and papaya hop aroma and flavour.
Northwest Wheat Ale
American wheat ale dry hopped with Mosaic hops. Light grain/malt base with a flavourful hop punch and refreshing body.
Clean, crisp and refreshing. A pale lager with all malted barley and local hops.
A pale, refreshing and hoppy beer with supporting caramel malts that keep the beer balanced. The Northwest hops showcase flavours of oranges and grapefruits while the yeasts provide a juicy peach flavour during fermentation.
A perfect Summer Saison that was blended with real Apricots and Lactobacillus culture. Crisp, dry and effervescent with a hint of apricot sweetness and a hit of tartness.
Boasting citrus and fruity notes with very little bitterness and a smooth mouthfeel.
North East IPA
This North East IPA boasts a floral, citrus and juniper-like hop aroma, with a lightly firm bitterness. Combined with light malt sweetness, it tastes like ruby grapefruit.
Northwest Red Ale
A ruby red coloured ale with a rich caramel malt flavour and a burst of West Coast hops. Using only late hop additions and dry-hopping, the bitterness is restrained while the hop flavour and aroma are pronounced.
Tart Cherry IPA
A single hop IPA brewed with Simcoe hop & tart cherry, with a sweet aroma reminiscent of Maraschino cherry. Restrained bitterness with a dry finish, this 6% IPA is what you'd imagine walking though cherry blossoms tastes like!
A west coast IPA with a tonne of hop flavour and aroma. Subtle sweet malt flavour backs up the huge amount of orange, grapefruit, pine and floral aromas this beer expels.
BA Sour White
For the third iteration of beer using this Neolithic wild yeast, Szechuan peppercorns were added and aged in French Oak wine barrels for seven months. Fruity notes of peach, passionfruit, and stone fruit nectar are accompanied by an earthy, citrusy aroma, bright acidity, and tannic finish.
Sea Salted Caramel Scotch Ale
Building upon a Scottish "Wee Heavy", this unique beer was developed to provide a strong caramel malt flavour with enough salt to give it a bit of a bite. Stronger in alcohol, this beer starts off sweet but remains fairly light to drink.
BA Rhubarb Sour
The earliest evidence of barley-based beer in China was discovered inside pottery vessels buried in subterranean pits at the Mijiaya archaeology site in Shaanxi, dating back to the late Yangshao Period in 3400 to 2900 B.C. This beer was fermented with an indigenous wild yeast wrangled from the Neolithic archaeological site of Shimao and aged in French Oak wine barrels for four months. Inspired by the agricultural products of the Central Chinese Province of Hunan, this tart beer was further conditioned on rhubarb and honey for three months, imparting herbal and floral notes, along with aromas of stone fruit, white wine, and a rustic, nutty funk
Experience Parallel 49 behind the scenes with a guided tour of our brewery. Book a private tour through email@example.com.
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