Small bar / bottle shop. About 10 tap's mostly local high quality stuff. Just a few tables for drink in. Lots of bottles and cans, locals and imports. Nice looking cheese and meat to. Good service and prices.
A small shop combining a taproom, cheese shop and a bottle shop. Lot of variety and comprehensive selection of SD brews. Some cans and 12oz bottles as singles. Almost half of the beers in cold. I didn't have opportunity to enjoy the tap selection.
Great selection, both packaged and on draft though some selections are a bit pricey. Friendly service. The place is set up differently from the Little Italy location, but still has seating for you to enjoy your beer in house. There is a small meat/cheese counter too.
Ferris (1685) Burnaby, British Columbia | January 30, 2018| Updated February 2, 2018
A good bottle shop with the local favorites and nice imports. Service was solid. Flights available from a small but well curated list. Seating area is a bit tight but you can open bottles for a small corkage.
Visited during RBWG 2018. More or less across the street from North Park Brewing. Solid bottle selection, reasonable prices. A dozen or so beers on tap, good variety of smallish local breweries. Tasting area is fairly small, just the serving bar two tables and a few stools. No food.
Worth a look.
This place is great. 12 draft lines with tasters available, and nearly all of them are awesome local one-offs (and frequently stuff made specially for BottleCraft). Selection wise, the bottle shop portion of this has probably the best selection in the area. Again, not a lot of wasted space here - with plenty of harder to find bottles/cans. Prices are average for the area. Oh, and there is a cheese shop in here too. Worth a visit on your North Park beer crawl or to stock up on bottles/cans to take home.
Visited 22nd November 17. Ran down from Toranado when I realised this place closed at 10.00pm. I had two amazing Imperial Stouts on draft in 25 minutes, Speedway Bourbon and Parabola, while I browsed the store for take outs. Picked out some great IPAs and imperial stouts. Good place
Very nice bottle shop, there are several tables so it’s possible to sit in. 10 taps - Bruery, Almanac, Alvarado very good stuff. Hundreds of bottles spread over 10+ fridges and shelves. Service was very good, well worth visiting.
Visited this place several times during my vacation in San Diego in Jan/Feb 2017. The selection was nice, a lot of interesting beers from California and other places. A bonus was when I happened too see Hopslam and pseudoSue in the fridge. They had 10 beers on tap and the service was very friendly and nice. I also liked the cheese and ham shop inside this Bottlecraft. Skål!
Plenty of bottles mostly kept cool in well lit coolers, but they do have a load of bottles kept out, too. A great range of breweries from all over, imports, out of region beers, etc. Only four taps, but they had some interesting stuff going on. The lone employee working was real friendly and helpful and knew plenty about the brews. There is a cheese shop in the back offering pairings for the beers on tap, which was fun. A real gem. The other location has more taps, but this might have the better bottle selection. Both are good options.