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Our Commitment


Great beer accessible to all


  1. Independent producer and industry leader.
  2. Company growth – growing a great and inclusive company – a great place to work and be proud of.
  3. Customer and community-oriented.
  4. Innovations and partnerships to create new products.
  5. A Pacific Northwest approach to making great beer using regional ingredients.

Core Values

  1. Building authentic relationships while fostering an inclusive, diverse, and respectful workplace.
  2. Striving to be environmentally and community conscious.
  3. Learning & growing together through innovation, education, and evolution of our people and products.
  4. Providing “unparalleled” products and excellent customer service inspired by our love of craft beer.
  5. Promoting fairness and equality in all aspects of our business.


We wouldn’t be the brewery that we are today without the support of our community.

From the beginning, Parallel 49 Brewing has been proud to give back to environmental, educational, and social justice non-profits through in-kind donations; sponsor local initiatives and promote the interests of the East Van community at every chance.

Partnerships (request permission to use blurb and logo)

  1. Coquitlam Express Hockey Team (TBC, Needs to sign, handover to new marketing replacement)
  2. TSS Rovers
  3. Canucks Conversation podcast
  4. Eastside Culture Crawl 20202

Charitable giving in 2020

  1. JDRF Region Type 1 Diabetes research
  2. BC Liver Cancer Society - LIVERight event
  3. Simbi Foundation – 1000km cycle
  4. Ronald McDonald House BC & Yukon
  5. YVR for Kids
  6. BC Cancer Society
  7. Canucks for Kids Fund
  8. ExtraLife 4 Kids – BC Children’s hospital
  9. Mission Possible – 12th Annual Virtual gala
  10. Langara College – Applied Research centre


Ways that we are striving to be more environmentally conscious

Less goes to landfill

We send all of our spent grain, yeast, hops to dairy cattle for feed, keeping it out of the landfill.

No more glass

We no longer bottle beer, just cans. So, we can fit more in our trucks, meaning less fossil fuels to deliver and all of our cans can be recycled at local BC facilities

Water treatment

We have one of the most comprehensive water treatment plans in the market (need more detail here) 

We use approximately 6L per 1L of beer produced the industry average is 10-11L per 1 L produce


All of beer is free from preservatives and vegan


There are currently no job opportunities available