Local Eats

Take a Brew Tour Through Abbotsford

October 20, 2021

Take a tour through Abbotsford’s four craft breweries, all serving up unique brews and fun times. Be sure to designate a driver or choose one of our local hotels to be your home base for the evening.

Ravens Brewing Co.

Since 2014, Ravens has been serving up some of Abbotsford’s best beer, and  is home to a World Beer Cup gold medal winning brew and so much more!

With a new location near Sumas Mountain, this proudly Indigenous run brewery is currently working on re-opening their tasting room! Keep up to date by following them on Instagram at @RavensBrewing 


Loudmouth Brewing Co.

 Loudmouth Brewing’s fun tasting room in the Mt. Lehman neighborhood serves up unique beers, house-made craft sodas, and lunch and dinner offerings.

The perfect place to stop by after work and enjoy some amazing smokehouse meats with an ice-cold glass of their Fresh Hop Pale Ale! Loudmouth’s friendly staff and inviting atmosphere will make you feel right at home every time you visit.

Old Abbey Ales

Located in the Mt. Lehman neighborhood, conveniently close to Fraser Highway and Highway 1, Old Abbey Ales has been brewing high-quality beer since 2015. After a brief hiatus, they have returned better than ever with new beers, a revamped space, and more exciting plans on the horizon.

With a minimum of 15 beers on tap at all times, including their 6 popular flagship beers, there is something to suit the taste of every beer drinker. Looking for a fall brew that’s inspired by the harvest season? We recommend the Rye Pale Ale!

Trading Post Brewing Eatery

Although their brewery is technically located in Langley, Trading Post Brewing brought their beers with them and opened up an Eatery here in Abbotsford! Their menu features produce and meats from local suppliers, changes seasonally, and is perfect for lunch or dinner. Pair any dish with one of their 14 beers on tap for the ultimate beer lover’s meal.

On a brisk fall day, you can enjoy their heated and enclosed patio space, or find a spot in their large indoor dining room, perfect for groups of any size.

Field House Brewing Co.

Field House is Abbotsford’s busiest brewery, and for good reason! There’s no shortage of good vibes here: from their extended front lawn patio to the cozy fireplace inside, it’s a great place to spend an evening with friends. In addition to the good beer and good vibes they also serve up some delicious food!

Made with locally sourced ingredients their menu features offerings like pizza, tacos, and mac and cheese. Pair their Salted Black Porter with a grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup for the perfect fall day lunch!

Canuck Empire Brewing

Photo by @canuckempire

Abbotsford newest brewery, Canuck Empire Brewing Company, is a nano brewery located near Abbotsford Centre and UFV. Take a seat and try one of their  locally brewed beers with one of their tasty menu items like the grilled cheese, or swing by and fill a growler to go!


Thirsty for more? Abbotsford is part of the regional Fraser Valley Ale Trail program which highlights fantastic breweries from Chilliwack to Langley. Extend your stay and check out some of the other great brewing communities in this area! Visit www.bcaletrail.ca for more information.

Also keep your eye out for Old Yale Brewing, a Chilliwack favourite that is expected to open in Abbotsford this winter.

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