Postmark Brewing

Always down to check out a brewery that I haven’t been to. B wanted to try Postmark Brewing so we hit them up after brunch on a lazy Monday afternoon. Located inside the Settlement Building, it also houses Vancouver Urban Winery and The Belgard Kitchen.

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It wasn’t busy at all when we went but that’s because it was 3:00pm. Perfect time as happy hour had just started (Monday to Thursday from 3:00 to 6:00pm).

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The inside is beautiful with high ceilings, wood tables and a variety of seating. Lots of natural light coming through the windows.

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Chalkboards up over the bar for all three brands.

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7 staples and 7 seasonal flavours available.

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Closeup of the steel toned beer taps.

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The wine menu (whites, reds, rosé and sparkling).

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Growler station is right when you walk inside.

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Closeup of prices for growlers, cans/bottles/wine and merchandise.

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There was tons of merch available. It’s a bit hidden in the back but worth checking out before you leave. Pricey though!

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Interesting that they post their production schedule.

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All their beer bottles.

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Flight ($8.00)
DSC02896They only had 8 out of 14 flavours available on tap. We settled on blonde (pretty good), raspberry (blah; tasted like cough syrup and we couldn’t finish it), pineapple ale (barely tasted any pineapple flavour) and saison (decent).

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Normally, we like fruity flavours but the blonde and saison were hands down better.

Blondebucha ($4.50 for 10oz)
DSC02895A mix of their blonde and a kombucha (forget from where but it’s local). This was an interesting combination but it worked. B said she wasn’t sure if she’d be able to drink a full glass so the 10oz worked out perfectly.

Heirloom caprese pizzette ($9.00)
DSC02900This was one of three items on their happy hour list. Herbed cashew mozzarella, sunflower seed pesto and white balsamic.

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Crust had a great crunchy bite and we loved the pesto sauce. Pea shoots were a nice touch. Very happy with this!

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Overall, we weren’t that impressed with the beers but would come back to try more of the food from The Belgard Kitchen and possibly the wines. Hello wine flights!

Postmark Brewing
http://postmarkbrewing.com
55 Dunlevy Avenue
Vancouver, BC
(604) 699-1988

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