Besides coffee, clouds, and an occasional earthquake, Vancouver is known as the home of some of Canada’s best craft beer.
In fact, as of February, 2017, there are over 60 independently owned breweries in the Lower Mainland alone, and many more throughout B.C.
With so many amazing options, there isn’t any doubt how easy it is to grab good beer. But what people might not understand is how accessible it really is.
Thanks to delivery services such as Foodee, companies can now order beer to be delivered directly to their offices.
Forget about going to the store – Foodee will bring the booze to you. For the average employee, this is a huge perk. Eating well in the office has already been proven to increase productivity, creativity, and overall happiness. But craft beer? Imagine the possibilities.
33 Acres and Postmark Brewing are two of the participating breweries that deliver their product via Foodee:
Located in Mount Pleasant (15 W 8th Ave), 33 Acres offers up a fantastic selection of familiar flavours, and an all-inclusive community environment. Their beers are born out of ingenuity,
Their beers are born out of ingenuity, hard work, and a desire to represent everything West Coast. From their 33 Acres of Ocean – an Indian Pale Ale with a light caramel flavour – to the 33 Acres of Sunshine – a fruity French Blanche, perfect for the summer – each and every beer is diligently designed.
If you can’t order to the office, make sure to check out their tasting room – an illuminating space that attracts some of Vancouver’s best and brightest.
Postmark Brewing, on the other hand, hails from the Downtown Eastside (55 Dunlevy Ave) – but don’t let that deter you.
Tucked beside the train tracks, this brewery is a hot spot for all beer buffs and thirsty office workers. Consistent quality is paramount for Postmark, as they strive to create beers that cater to the active lifestyles local residents enjoy. Offering up a sweet assortment of summery six packs, including Raspberry Session Ale and PSF Lager, this is an easy option for an end of week meeting or company function.
If you decide to stop by the brewery instead, check out the Vancouver Urban Winery, a small batch winery producing handcrafted wines, conveniently located in the same space.
The West Coast is already well known for their beer, but with delivery services such as Foodee, it’s craft culture is becoming an all-out phenomenon. As Vancouver’s brewery scene continues to grow, so too will our ways of getting it.