Places to get a beer in Burnaby

In the pubs and bars of Burnaby, you’ll find a fabulous variety of craft beers and micro brews alongside a winning selection from the big boys. Cheers!

Oliver Twist Pub

7557 Edmonds St, Burnaby, BC V3N 1B5

The owners at Oliver Twist Pub haven’t forgotten anyone – each night of the week is dedicated to either seniors, singles, ladies or couples. They love sports fans and lottery players and have a great selection of tap beers. With tasty pub grub available for little more than a pint, you won’t hesitate to ask for more.

Admiral Pub

4125 Hastings St, Burnaby, BC V5C 2J3

This sprawling, yet cozy pub offers bar, table and booth seating with stunning views, as well as good vantage points to watch sports on their HDTVs. Beers range from dark to pale and local to imported, with Molson available by bottle and on tap. Any brew tastes better with music, so enjoy listening to live bands here on the weekend with a sleeve, mug or jug of your favourite.

Hop & Vine Neighborhood Pub

9-1601 Burnwood Dr, Burnaby, BC V5A 4H1

If you want a pub vibe but more than pub grub, head over to Hop & Vine. The food is top notch and it has one of the largest selections of craft beer in B.C. The list of brews is a mix of local and imported, including Vancouver names like Granville Island and Parallel 49. If you love hockey, this is the perfect place to grab a drink before the next big Canucks game.

Dageraad Brewing

114-3191 Thunderbird Cres, Burnaby, BC V5A 3G1

This award-winning brewery has been serving up delicious Belgian-inspired brews from their tap room since 2014. If you’re looking for something a little different, this is the place to go. Dageraad uses non-traditional ingredients in their beer like spices and sugar.

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