Kamloops Beer Guide: Your Kamloops guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Kamloops

“A large brewpub right next to a hotel with a vast patio area right in central Kamloops. Service was friendly enough, food was pretty good. Beers are average to slightly above average. Not a bad stop in the area, probably better as a stop for a meal rather than just beer. Seemed to be on the pricier side given that Kamloops isn't exactly central London or anything.“
DeanF 313 days ago
60 /100 355 LANSDOWNE
“A few blocks from Noble Pig and Alchemy, this isn't a highlight for beer quality. The tasting room is nice and spatious, with a decent patio -- but the mosquitos make it unpleasant in the summer. Flights available and single tasters for $2.50/pour. Beer quality isn't terrible, but isn't great either, with the Belgian styles just not being dialed in properly. Very friendly service. If you have time, may as well stop by, but it isn't worth a special trip and shouldn't be visited ahead of Iron Road or Alchemy.“
mcberko 410 days ago
64 /100 650 VICTORIA ST
“Right downtown and directly adjacent to Noble Pig. 10 beers on tap when I visited, with flights of 4 available for ~$10. Beer quality was hit-or-miss, ranging from subpar to slightly above average. Very friendly, accommodating service. Big food menu with a couple of vegan options, so maybe I'll eat next time. Worth a stop.“
mcberko 410 days ago
“Located a little west of the centre in an industrial strip mall. Moderate-sized, intimate tasting room with plenty of bar seating. Limited taplist, but with many interesting and ambitious styles, including a brett saison, a BA saison, and more. Flights of 4 available, with most beers being $2 / taster. Very good beer quality -- I'd say the best in Kamloops. Service was decent too, though not particularly warm. Must stop when in Kamloops.“
mcberko 410 days ago
74 /100 650 VICTORIA ST
“Nice new spot in town. Comfortable and very local. Lots of interesting beers on tap and decent considering the others in the area. Flights and tasters are no problem, wifi and good prices. Food looked great, but I didn't eat.“
Ferris 421 days ago
74 /100 225-450 LANSDOWNE ST
“Decent selection of BC Craft beers and some others, always something new, but mostly they won't sell singles.“
Lagerboy 487 days ago
90 /100
Stag’s Head (Beer Store)
“Large selection of single tall cans (lots of IPA's!) always something new. Lee is a great guy. My go to beer store in Da''Loops.“
Lagerboy 487 days ago
“A nice spot in a strip mall just off the highway. Good size with a large U bar. Service was very disappointing for brewery. Staff were chatting vs serving and helping. They were on the verge of rude. They couldn't do math and they watched me get my own water from the waiter station without saying a word. I expect much more from a brewery that is trying to make an impact on the local scene. Beer was decent with lots of different and exciting styles. Wifi and flights were available. I would go back for the beer, but the service still makes me cringe.“
Ferris 722 days ago
72 /100 355 LANSDOWNE
“A dark interior with a nice patio, this place although functional just feels off with its design and architecture. Service was pleasant and the owners are usually floating around. All their beers plus a cider and maybe a guest tap. No bottles, only to go. Food is soup and sandwich in the day, full kitchen in the evening. Beer is OK, some good some bad. If you are around good for some ticks and they do flights.“
Ferris 1114 days ago
70 /100 449 TRANQUILLE RD
“A local coffee/beer/bistro house. Small and quaint with a nice large patio. Service is OK, but not really beer friendly. Tap list is small but very unique with some expensive and hard to find imports. Not worth a detour, but worth it f you are in Kamloops.“
Ferris 1114 days ago
“Nice place in Kamloops with there own beers on tap.“
PeatyPete 1439 days ago
64 /100 577 VICTORIA ST
“A large restaraunt with a small bar and large patio. More of a commercial setting. Service was very good but not really beer focused. Selection was huge but disappointing. Mostly light beers with very little of interest. Lots of Macro’s and pseudo craft. Prices are on the high side, and food is upscale bar but nothing special. Good for show and the novice.“
Ferris 2104 days ago
74 /100
Stag’s Head (Beer Store)
“A nice large store in a strip mall right off the highway. Good service with a decent knowledge of beer. Beer selection in primarily focused on BC, but they have a smattering of others. This is a great local store that is obviously a big player in the area. They get limited editions and you will likely find stock there that is no longer available elsewhere. A good stop if you get the chance.“
Ferris 2104 days ago
88 /100 449 TRANQUILLE RD
“10 taps, 5 hosted by Cannery Brewing, with one offs from that brewer, and 5 international rotating taps. Rare in BC bottles available. Great Patio, lots of bike racks, friendly locals and regulars.“
mitchforgie 2169 days ago
“On a main road in the centre of town. The swine is fine, in terms of having a big space, comfortable dark hues and all that. Comfy. Nice scotch list. Beers are hit and miss, but there’s 8 of them, so that’s good. The only game in town, and of course the Loops is a transport hub (Trans-Canada, Coquihalla, Yellowhead all pass through here).“
Oakes 2185 days ago
“Really nice brewpub in downtown Kamloops. Beer quality is alright - mostly middle-of-the-road but some above average stuff. Prices are very reasonable and the service is extremely friendly and attentive. The go-to spot in Kamloops for sure.“
mcberko 2247 days ago
“Great neighbourhood pub. Food is upscale pub food, ambiance is modern gastro pub and beer is limited to house and macro crap. Thankfully house beers are all drinkable and interesting. I wouldn’t make a specific trip but would definitely stop in driving through. Food is really cheap considering what you get.“
Ferris 2711 days ago
“The noble pig is a brewpub that has brewed over 30 different beers to date. They have 7 house beers: IPA, Porter, Lager, pilsner, ESB, English Pale Ale, Belgian Ale. They rotate seasonals all year and occasionally feature beers from nearby Crannog Brewery. The service is fast, food is always quality but standard pub fare, and staff rarely knows much about the beers or even drinks the beers. The place looks great but it's very large. The patio is unique, built into the hotels old swimming pool, and has brewing hops growing on the overhead pergola. The pub does growler sales and keg sales, but does not bottle. Recommended in Kamloops.“
mitchforgie 2867 days ago
“Big open place with lots of space between tables. Beers are served at a nice temp. 8 beers on tap. Good food. Very friendly staff. Brewer works hard on his classic styles. May overuse the word generous in his beer descriptions when refering to hop additions. Worth checking out before or after the Coquihalla.“
presario 3234 days ago
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