Visited here in mid August ’16 while on vacation. Great location located on a busy area with lots of restaurants and bars. Nice polished interior, lots of brass and wood, patio seating available as well. Have about a dozen or so of their own on tap. have to admit, a few of them were full of butterscotch phenol notes. Solid menu, full of good comfort food, decent service, not overbearing. Great crowd watching the BC Lions football game. .
Bigger and more commercial than some of the other places we went to. The beer is also more, let’s say, traditional, rather than inventive. In a touristy area of Yaletown. Worth stopping by if you’re in the area. Good service. Flights available.
Huge restaurant setting. Cool location. Limited beers on tap. They had 8 of their own, but with a restaurant this size I prefer a little more of a selection in beers. I’m too picky I guess. Food was pretty good. Beer was average. Nice place, a little pricey. I would go back.
I went here only to drink and wasn’t disappointed with a flight of 8 beers on tap for $19, a pretty good deal for Vancouver. Not the finest service but I was left alone enough to rate them all. An okay hang out, the beers aren’t bad either.
Somehow we managed to obtain the address for the backdoor on Hamilton St. We still managed to get in. Just serving their own beers. 6 regulars & a couple of seasonals, I think. Tasting flights of 3 beers available.
Visited Sunday June 21, 2015. Took the train to the Yaletown station, then a short walk. Fairly big place. This day Canada was playing the FIFA women’s soccer, so was filled for a while with dressed up people. PLenty of TV screens showing sports, more of a sports bar that has a brewery. Service fast and nice. Didn’t eat. Parking might be a hassle here, but on the street outside if you do. Got there at 15:25 and left about 17:00 or so. 8 beers on.
Ferris (1203) Burnaby, British Columbia | November 13, 2014| Updated November 1, 2015
A huge and nice restaurant with a brewery and bar alongside a big patio. Service is good and they know their beer. Tasting flights are available and beer is OK. Food is high end and quite nice. Only problem is the high prices, not cheap.
It didn’t help I swung by here on a Friday night, but this place just leaves a bad impression. The beers were pretty damn bad, and I had no reason to even bother ordering food here. The bar staff had a real false sense of ’trying’ to be your friend, but it was all forced and not needed anyways. Mad expensive for what it is. I was happy to get out of here.