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Because of the malts we use in beer, we don’t have any gluten-free beers. We do serve Ravens Distillery spirit cocktails, cocktail flights, Soma apple cider, and Chaberton red and white wine.


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Essentially, a crowler is a giant 32 oz. can that is filled from any of our tap lines, then capped and sealed with a special machine right in front of you. This keeps the beer fresh until you crack the can, and provides a recyclable, single-serve option for take away draught.


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The short answer is no, but we do sell crowlers. The longer answer is that we have a love/hate relationship with them. On one hand, beer drinkers enjoy them so much because of the supposed sustainability of reusable packaging. On the other, there is the lack of quality control to contend with, and the fact that we can’t force people to drink them in one sitting immediately upon refill. Beer that is not properly sealed with Carbon Dioxide will go flat very quickly.


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With COVID-19, we are currently not running brewery tours.


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As per COVID-19 regulations, we are currently not able to book for parties over 6 people.


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In accordance with BC liquor laws, this beer may not be consumed on premises.


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Monday: Closed
Sunday, Tuesday-Thursday: 11am – 6pm
Friday-Saturday: 11am – 8pm


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We have a patio area that is not covered. On days when weather permits, we set out seating and
have clean blankets for the colder temps.


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Yes! We offer a rotating food menu of grilled paninis, flatbreads, nachos, and hardbite chips; and
chili and grilled cheese served on Fridays.


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We do not take reservations at this time, we operate on a first come, first serve basis.


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Yes, we are family friendly and offer non-alcoholic juice and food options.


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Unfortunately, in accordance with Fraser Health regulations, we cannot allow dogs (other than service animals) inside the tasting room. When the weather cooperates, we do allow dogs outside on our patio when open.


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We do have a barrel line of beer we lovingly call the Conspiracy line. Each beer in this line up is barrel fermented for several months, then bottle conditioned to perfection.


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Beer is complied of four main ingredients: malt, hops, yeast, and water. But beer can contain any number of additional adjuncts.


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Whenever possible, we try to source as many local ingredients as possible. A few of our beers are 100% BC sourced such as our Sumas Mountain Lager and a few summer seasonals. As Canadian resources are fairly limited, everything else has imported hops from all over the world, depending on what the style of beer requires.


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A key factor is the beer itself; the style will have a huge impact on what happens to the flavors over time. Light body, low ABV beers tend to have their flavor deteriorate faster than darker, high ABV beer. IPAs are best consumed fresh, ideally within a month of packaging, and preferably no older than three months; this is because the degradation of the amount of hops occurs rapidly. The key factor to look for is the packaged date, then go roughly 6 months from then for optimal freshness. Refrigeration also extends the life of packaged beer by quite a bit.


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IBUs, or international bettering units, is a system for measuring the amount of bitter compounds found in beer. Most of these bitter compounds come from hops, but some can come from tannins and roasted grains. IBUs are very important for brewers during recipe formulation, a brewer will use IBUs to balance against residual malt (grain) sweetness, and ensure each beer has an appropriate amount of bitterness for its style. That said, the IBUs of any given beer won’t tell anyone – even a brewer – much about the beer’s actual flavour. Most people attribute high IBUs to high bitterness of a beer, but this is not necessarily accurate. The best way to gauge the bitterness of a beer is to ask our bartender, or simply try it for yourself!


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TestimonialsA WORD FROM OUR CUSTOMERS

Great Lager

The Sumas Mountain lager is a great staple beer, and many of the session and seasonal beers are some of my favourite go-to choices from Allfather pilsner, to the English Dark Mild, and especially the Hot Chocolate Porter!

C Collisson

Beer Lover

Best Brewery in BC

Best Craft Brewery in B.C. hands down…. and huge supporters of the local community. Lots of unique offerings from lagers, to IPA’s, to sours. Check these guys out, you won’t be disappointed!

Matt Shirlaw

Beer lover

Locally Owned

Raven’s has amazing beer and is locally owned by amazing people. Love getting my Ravens delivery and will keep supporting them moving forward.

Jim Martens

Beer lover
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