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Brewery Creek and Yeast Van

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Brewery Creek and Yeast Van
The area around Mount Pleasant houses a growing concentration of craft beer-makers. It all began in 1888, when Charles Doering dammed the waterway to drive a grain mill and launched the city's second brewery. Prohibition set the suds scene back for decades—and it only truly blossomed after 2013's revamp of liquor laws. Within a year, 30 new breweries had launched and their numbers continue to soar. Today Brewery Creek houses great options like Brassneck, 33 Acres, and Main Street Brewing. Thirsty for more local flavor? Nearby in "Yeast Van," nine breweries are livening up the largely industrial Grandview-Woodland neighborhood. The terrific Vancouver Brewery Tours offers guided jaunts in both districts, including walking options from April to September.
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54 E 4th Ave, Vancouver, BC V5T 1E8, Canada