Grab a beer in Coquitlam

No matter what kind of day you’ve had so far, a cold and refreshing beverage is the perfect way to end it. These laid back joints in Coquitlam have everything you need: food and cold draft beer, whether you prefer classic domestics or well-loved imports, that will start the weekend off right.

The Golden Boot Caffe

1028 Ridgeway Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3J 1S5

For the individual who requires simple yet delectable beer accompanied by a flavourful menu, The Golden Boot is your place. An ice-cold 20 oz pint of Stanley Park Amber Ale awaits you with a gorgonzola pizza close behind. Or, try the Peroni Nastro Azzurro with the delightful Isabella Panini. With these two beers on tap and a wonderful menu made fresh to order, your workday will quickly feel miles away.

Sammy J Peppers Grill & Bar

1075 Lougheed Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6N5

After a successful menu redesign, you can expect some interesting delights from Sammy J’s. Drink specials are on every day, so check the website for when your favourite beer is featured. A 14 oz sleeve of Sammy’s signature lager is offered at a great price every day. Excellent prices for draft beer by the pint or pitcher are the norm at Sammy’s and they have a great selection of imported and domestic bottles.

Foggy Dew Irish Pub

405 North Rd, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V9

The selection of draft craft beers here will make any Irish person shed tears of joy. The classics like Canadian and Guinness are available, of course, but why go for the tried and true when you can test out the infamous Gypsy Tears by Parallel 49? If the Immortal IPA by Elysium is as heavenly as it sounds, combining it with one of Foggy’s classic pub favourites would be an excellent plan.

Big River Restaurant

15-228 Schoolhouse St, Coquitlam, BC V3K 6V7

Their famous burger-and-a-beer Mondays are unstoppable. Featuring beers from Richmond's Big River Brewing Company, expect a satisfyingly cold brew to go down well with your burger. Or, sit back with friends and a pitcher or fleet of craft beers and enjoy that local sports team that should go all the way this year.

Wings Tap & Grill Lougheed Ltd

X1-345 North Rd, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3V8

The 25 flavours of wings on the menu are not the only thing setting people up for a satisfying night. The price for domestic, import and premium draft beer is a prime reason to come out to Wings even if you’re not hungry. But if you are, the selection of beer will keep your thirst quenched while you dig into one of their many wing flavours. For those braving the hottest wings, jugs of beer are set at a kind price as well.

Woody's On Brunette

935 Brunette Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 1C8

Twenty-six beers on tap! That really should be all one needs to know, but at Woody’s there’s even more reason to visit. The bottled beers are the most popular brands in the world, and there are also varieties of bottled low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beers available. They even offer a gluten-free option. The daily menu features a sleeve and a pint specially priced, every day.

The John B Neighbourhood Pub

1000 Austin Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3P1

When the draft beers rotate faster than a restaurant can list them, you can rest assured that you’ll get a fresh pint whenever you stop in to John B. Get an affordable pitcher of craft beer and giant chicken wings at a fraction of the cost every Monday. More of a traditionalist? There are tried and true Canadian classics on tap, with Canadian, Coors Light and Rickards Red on special through the week.

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