Brassneck Brewery

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Brassneck Brewery is a Canadian brewery from Vancouver, British Columbia.

Well guys, we just make beer. That’s it.

The public space at Brassneck, i.e. the Growler Shop & Tasting Room are designed to have you, our customers feel as though you are part of our process. The brew house & cellar wrap around the tasting room & growler shop putting you in the very heart of the Brewery.

We have a special type of liquor license. A Brewery Lounge. Patrons do not have to be seated as in many other Food Primary locations in Vancouver. This combined with our communal tables makes for a pleasant social environment.

We have a really tiny 10 Hec system, with an even smaller Nano system for batches of around 4 Hecs.

Even though our system is small, we have lots of different fermenters. 14 in total (including a beautiful oak fermenter called a Foudre). This allows us to brew lots of different beers on a constantly rotating basis.

We are ALWAYS experimenting with different beer styles. We are three & a half years old & we’ve already brewed about 120 different beers. From Barrel Aged Imperial Stouts to Corn Lagers, Sour beers to English Milds, Brett Primary Fermented Wheat Ales to Traditional Saisons, the scope of beer styles is endless & we intend to cover them all!

Our beer comes to you direct from the conditioning tanks in our cellar & sells out quickly, so it’s always fresh.

Conrad Gmoser is our Head Brewer & partner, aided by Jeff Leake & Scott Wannop.

We’re always evolving so get ready for more great beers as time goes by & we expand production & have greater capacity for experimentation.


Holiday Hours

Holiday Hours: Dec 31th Noon – 7pm | Jan 1st Closed Share: ... Read More

De La Twang

Collab with the lovely fellas from Ile Sauvage, in Victoria. Dry Hopped Sour using Ile Sauvage lacto. Share: ... Read More

note to self

Made this hazy with overly generous additions of SABRO hops for that delicate coconutty feeling. Share: ... Read More


Show your thirst who’s in control with our super quaffable, zesty Gose. Share: ... Read More

Peel Sessions

kind: IPA with Sweet Orange Peel abv: 6.5% FIRST BREWED: March 2019 Experimental hazy with Orange Peel & just a smattering of lactose. Share: ... Read More

Five O’Clock Shadow

Five O’Clock Shadow abv: Oatmeal Stout kind: 5.5% FIRST BREWED: February 2019 Toasty, Roasty, Silky Oatmeal Stout Share: ... Read More

The Yabba

kind: Hazy IPA Hopped With El Dorado & Vic Secret abv: 7.5% FIRST BREWED: January 2019 Jeff’s latest masterpiece (he even named this one). Its one of them tharr big ass IPA’s this time hopped with Vic Secret & El Dorado hops. We went with a nice clean malt bill. Particularly notable the omission of ... Read More

The Normalizer

abv: Rye Lager kind: 5% FIRST BREWED: January 2019 Fermented cold & very slow, this lager is brewed using specialty Pilsner, Vienna, Munich & Rye Malts of the highest quality generously hopped with Hallertau Mittelfruh. Share: ... Read More


abv: Tart Wild Ale with Cranberries & Raspberries type: 6.5% FIRST BREWED: January 2019 We created a nice funky base beer using a mixed culture blend & brett primary fermentation. Added some fresh cranberries for some extra twang & threw in some raspberries to counter said twang. Pleasantly tart, with a little bit of sweetness. ... Read More

The Twizzler

abv: NE Pale Ale kind: 5.0% FIRST BREWED: November 2018 Nice juicy hazy pale with a deece bit of body proving just about enough to carry the hoppy umph without being too dry & astringent (like so many hoppy “session” beers seem to be). At least that’s what we were going for anyway. Oh! And ... Read More

Whirley Whirley

kind: Hazy IPA Hopped With Vic Secret, Mosaic & Citra abv: 7.0% FIRST BREWED: October 2018 What the frick is a Whirley Whirley?? You know those Aussies. They like to give things silly nicknames with an “ey” on the end. This one happens to be the nickname of a Dust Devil or Mini Tornado. Anyway, ... Read More

Remember Me?

kind: West Coast IPA abv: 8.0% FIRST BREWED: October 2018 Classic West Coast DIPA with Citra Cryo, Columbus & Idaho 7 hops. Bright as button – that’s right, NO HAZE! Good, clean hoppy IPA with a dry, lingering bitterness. Share: ... Read More


kind: Milk Stout With Cocoa & Coconut abv: 7.5% FIRST BREWED: October 2018 Who doesn’t like pastry stouts?? (don’t answer that…) This is not the most serious of beers but we sure did try our damndest to make it sweet n delicious. Heavy duty grist backed up with a supporting cast of toasted coconut, chocolate ... Read More

Alles Klar?

kind: Helles Lager abv: 5.0% FIRST BREWED: September 2018 Classic Helles with a subtle twist – a very light dose of dry hopping with Mandarina Bavaria. Share: ... Read More

Pinky Promise

kind: Dageraad X Brassneck Collaboration Saison With Sumac & Pink Peppercorns abv: 7.0% FIRST BREWED: September 2018 Delicious strong Saison brewed at Brassneck with our good friends from the much revered, impossible to imitate, Dageraad brewing. We added some Sumac & Pink Peppercorns to accentuate naturally occurring Saison-y goodness. Share: ... Read More

A Thousand Times, Yes

kind: Barrel Aged Farmhouse Ale abv: 6.0% FIRST BREWED: August 2018 We took our time with this one. Our 1000th batch brewed a while ago. It’s a mixed culture wild ale we stashed & barreled until the time was right to release it into the wild. Pleasantly tart, gently funkalicious & complex with hints of ... Read More

C – What We Did There?

C – What We Did There? : kind: C-Hop IPA abv: 7.0% FIRST BREWED: July 2018 Centennial, Citra, Columbus and Cascade, the most unloved of hops. The underdogs, unsung heroes, forgotten comrades. Well, not according to us. Its not that we have anything against all those tropical fruity hop varieties showing up in every hazy ... Read More


kind: Brut IPA abv: 7.0% FIRST BREWED: July 2018 Super Ultra Mega Dry IPA brewed with a heavy hand during dry hopping. Share: ... Read More


kind: Brett Saison abv: 6.0% FIRST BREWED: July 2018 Mixed culture, aged Brett Saison. Share: ... Read More

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