Twin Sails Brewing – Port Moody

Port Moody is the latest place in BC to get anouther brewery.  Twin Sails Brewing has been under a soft launch for a week but they officially opened their doors on October 23rd 2015.

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Located next door to Yellow Dog Brewing and across the street from Rocky Point Park they have picked a great location.  As Carnellbeer has dubbed it this is BREWard Inlet now and it fits as this seems to be the it place to build a brewery (Especially with a 4th on the way too)!

The tasting room has a great open feeling with a handful of tables and a bar to enjoy your beer.  For the grand opening they had 4 beer including Pilsner, Hefeweizen, Marzen and Roggenweizen.  From my understanding this brewery is building themselves on German style beers and the first 4 beer fall in line with that.

The brewery is visible from the tasting room as the only separation is a partial wall and two sections of chain that say something like staff only.  They have really packed tanks in the space and it is already looking quite full!

Twin Sails Brewing is looking forward to having you in for a pint!  Make sure to stop in for a visit to try their beer soon.

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Full sized photos.

Twin Sails Brewing
https://www.facebook.com/TwinSailsBrewing
2821 Murray Street
Port Moody, BC
604-492-4234

 

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5 comments on “Twin Sails Brewing – Port Moody

  1. German style micro-brew?? Yuck.

  2. […] Twin Sails began its life as a brewery that brewed mostly German Inspired beer.   In and around October 2016 everything changed.  With a new assistant brewer and a new direction they are now one of the leading breweries in experimental West Coast and East Coast IPA’s (also known as New England IPA).  This new line of canned beer is taking BC by storm and selling out almost faster than they can make it.  It is safe to say that as of October this has become one of my favourite stops in Metro Vancouver.  They still have the odd beer from their original lineup on tap usually a pilsner or a hefeweizen if you do not enjoy IPA’s.  If you are looking for something to do while here at the brewery try one of their board games.  For a more in-depth look at Twin Sails Brewing click here. […]

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