Winter Beers from Richmond You Need to Try - West Coast Food

By Brittany Tiplady

Richmond has a lot to offer. Most notably, the beautiful Steveston village and boardwalk and, recently, a burgeoning craft beer community. Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks recently took home some serious hardware at the BC Beer Awards, which means, you now have no excuse not to visit their tasting room, and tack on a few others too.

Check out the seasonal goodies pouring this fall and winter in Richmond.

Fuggles & Warlock Craftworks

11220 Horseshoe Way #103, Richmond

Image courtesy of Fuggles & Warlock

Bean Me Up Espresso Milk Stout, 5.7%

Coffee, meet beer. We think you’ll get along perfectly, and so do the follks at Fuggles & Warlock. This delightful, winter-friendly stout made in collaboration with Notch Coffee is extra creamy and sweet from the added lactose. Enjoy it on tap, or in cans.

Britannia Brewing

Brewery: #110-12500 Horseshoe Way, Richmond
Brewpub: 12240 Second Ave, Richmond, Steveston 

Britannia Brewing
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Sirens Chai Saison, 5.75

Basically just as magical as real sirens themselves, Brittania’s Sirens Chai Saison is a “refreshing and effervescent farmhouse ale” made with a chai tea blend of rooibos, orange, star anise, clove and pepper, paired with Brittania’s special brand of Belgian yeast. A gorgeous addition to a cozy winters day.

Sea Hound Oatmeal Stout, 5.2%

This smooth and rich oatmeal irish cream is made with roasted malts and cold-brew from Steveston Coffee Co. The addition of oats and lactose provide a creamy, full-mouth feel “while aromas of chocolate and coffee are balanced by a dry finish. Slainte!”

Ashore Rye Porter, 5.2%

The malted Rye adds a funky little twist to the traditional brown style Porter, offering a spicy finish, chocolate flavours with hints of lightly roasted coffee make this a sessionable dark ale.

Monkey 9 Brewing

14200 Entertainment Boulevard, Richmond

James Brown Ale, 6%

Bronze winner at the 2019 BC Beer Awards, this brew boasts strong notes of chocolate finished off with willamette and fuggle hops.

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