Ferris (1674) Burnaby, British Columbia | January 30, 2018| Updated February 2, 2018
An akward stop nestled in the back of an industrial area. Service was OK and a bunch of their beers which were all mediocre at best. Flights were pricey as they included a glass to take away. Not a great stop in a place surrounded by breweries.
In the maze of breweries in Beeramesa, in a non-descript light industrial building. We had to scramble down a hill from Little Miss to find it. Small serving bar and a couple of tables open to the parking lot, plus jenga and a ping pong table. No food to speak of. Flights of five I believe. Beers were so-so. Only if you have extra time.
wherehouse/garge, but a nice friendly vibe. Had 12-13 beers on with a couple barrel aged selections. Chargers game on the wall, ping pong and 2 couches in addition to regular brewery/bar stools. Worth a stop.
Just a bitch to find with limited parking, Uber thank you. Small industrial garage roll up style small brewery. 18 taps of solid SD beers with relax vibe. Table tennis, couch and darts yeah. Cheap flight of 5 brews and glass. Love this place, just hard to find:(
This is located in an industrial area garage like building with a couple of game tables, a couch and a small bar. The server was efficient pouring for all the patrons and you keep a nice glass with your tasting. Pretty good beers with some interesting recipes.
Cool digs, everything is brand spanking new, or at least it looks that way. The people working there were really nice. The variety was decent, they had 3 different vintages of their barleywine when I was there and the styles they had were across the board. A little disappointed in the food truck. The food was higher priced and just average, plus their menu was deceiving since they didn’t have some of the stuff.
Slid spot. Very spartan but itmgetsnthe job done. They had aroundn15 beers on tap spanning all variety of style. Pours available in small cups or pints. They offer a flight of five (price varies depending on the beers) that includes a Hess pint glass you get to keep. Beer quality is good. The batman was friendly. I gather they usually have a food truck/ street food vendor set up shop just outside the tap room; on my visit there was a taco stand, and the tacos wee stellar. Hess is less than a mile from AleSmith. Both these places are top drawer so I would advise a visit to each.