Guide: 8 of the Best Breweries in Edmonton
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Beer is the go-to. It’s the wingman, it’s where you drown your sorrows, it’s how you celebrate with friends. We’ve got a list of breweries in Edmonton that are perfect for dates, hangouts, or filling up your growler. Cheers!
Beer enthusiasts, you should be Blind Enthusiasm enthusiasts. This spot is brewing everything from crisp lagers to sour ales. Everything they brew is seasonal, so you’ll get new flavours every few months.
Where: 9570 76 Avenue NW
Get bent… stick beer. It’s really good. Jokes aside, they’ve got great brews. Try the Resolutions 2019 barley wine, with notes of fig, toffee, and dark fruits. Or maybe it just tastes like really good beer to you. It’s fine either way.
Where: 5416 136th Avenue NW
We might not have a sea near Edmonton but we’ve got a sea of beer. Sea Change’s taproom and beer shop are open late, so it’s ideal for a night out. All the beer is locally made, right on the shores of E-Town.
Where: 9850 62 Ave NW
The philosophy here is that life is better brewed. We’re inclined to agree. Situation also has a killer food menu. If your girl wants avocado toast but you want an IPA, no need to compromise.
Where: 10308 81 Ave
This is the made from scratch beer your weekend needs. Try their staples, like the Main Squeeze grapefruit wheat ale or the Scona gold Kolsch. Then, opt for one of their “wild cards,” like the Polar Night chocolate porter. Having a party? Keg stand with their 20L or 50L take home barrels.
Where: 9929 60 Ave NW
Yellowhead is the pioneer of prairie beers. Stop by their full service tasting room to sample the staples. Additionally, enjoy microbrews of monthly favourites. The space is gorgeous, and it’s available for rent if you want a very beer-themed wedding or party. Please send us an invite.
Where: 10229 105 St NW
Who would we be if we didn’t keep you in the loop when a new spot opened? We’d be boring and unhelpful. That ain’t us. We’re fun and helpful! Polar Park is set to open this spring and we’re giving you the early heads up so you can be among the first to taste their brews.
Where: 10416 80th Ave NW
Read, play some board games, drink some beer. SYC has a laid back vibe unlike any other. You know what pairs well with a signature blackberry fruit beer? Losing at cribbage to your best friend. Ah, good times.
Where: 11239 180th St NW
So much beer, you’d better get started now. Get some of the best breweries in Edmonton into your weekend plans. Cheers!