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.
A sweet dessert stout with flavours of chocolate, hazelnut and malt. This rich treat provides a smooth mouth feel with a creamy linger.
Clean, crisp and refreshing. A pale lager with all malted barley and local hops.
Northwest Wheat Ale
American wheat ale dry hopped with Mosaic hops. Light grain/malt base with a flavourful hop punch and refreshing body.
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.
Brewed as a traditional Oktoberfest Lager, this beer sets itself apart from other pumpkin ales by being light and refreshing. Pumpkin is used in the mash along with traditional pumpkin pie spicing in the brew kettle. A large portion of the grain used is Munich malt which gives a nice pie crust flavour to the beer.
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.
Avidly named after his dog, Maizie, this Dunkel was brewed in memory of our loyal customer and dear friend, John. This easy drinking brown lager showcases complex notes of toasted bread crust and Munich malt, with a slight hop bitterness to balance it out. Rich and malty yet not overly sweet or heavy.
Brewed by P49 staff, Lester and Dylan, this Czech Pilsner stays true to its style, aside from being brewed with New World, Australian Ella hops. Crisp and refreshing, yet flavorful, with herbal, floral aromas and slight guava and stone fruit esters from the Ella hops.
Boasting citrus and fruity notes with very little bitterness and a smooth mouthfeel.
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.
hints of pepercorn in a nice dry Saison
Dry Hopped Sour
Starting with our lactose base - wheat and pilsner malt, we punch the flavour up with an aggressive dry hop to create a unique sour beer,
Following up Juice Bigalow, Hazy Train is the second iteration of our bolder series of Hazy IPAs. Using a malt bill of pilsner, wheat, oat and victory malts, this IPA supports big hop aromas with a creamy mouthfeel and subtle notes of toasty biscuit. Heavily dry-hopped with Mosaic, Galaxy, Columbus and Centennial, the hop profile is of tropical and citrus fruits and The additional use of Mosaic Lupulin powder punches up the fruity notes to a even higher level.
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.
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.
A Baltic version of an English porter. A warm-fermented lager with rich malt, chocolate, dark fruit esters (plum and cherry) and a medium roasty finish. Infused with tart cherries.
Imperial White IPA
An Imperial IPA made with wheat to keep the beer light bodied and a hazy white. Big hop flavours and aromas of tropical fruit and gooseberries from the Citra and Nelson Sauvin hops.
Imperial Red Ale
All the strong matl flavor of Ruby Tears Northwest Red Ale with that little extra kick.
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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