R&B Brewing has been on my list to try but we randomly parked near it for a lunch one Wednesday afternoon so I guess it was meant to be. It’s located very close to Electric Bicycle Brewing.
The beers sign points you in the right direction.
We dropped in around 3:30pm and the place was decently busy. They have a patio with a pretty nice setup but it was empty due to the rain.
The inside itself is pretty cosy with lots of seating and booths to choose from.
We picked the seats by the piano and books/National Geographic magazines.
There were a dozen beers on tap (with two guest cider taps).
There also was food with a couple specials for the day (nachos and chicken wings).
The growlers, bottles and merchandise is tucked away in the back. Or I guess it’s the front. It’s a tad hidden.
These were pretty vintage looking. Remind me for some reason to be old school baseball tees.
Second time around, merch and things had changed.
Ball caps still looked pretty slick.
The baseball jackets were just as slick too. If only I played…
Growler beers options on tap changed slightly.
Always 6 growler flavours to choose from.
The Jalisco cider was delicious. Real lime cider sweetened with agave syrup. The gose was a salted sour (tart wheat beer with Himalayan sea salt and dry hopped with cashmere). The shake yo fruity interestingly contained lactose. The white IPA was my least my favourite; quite hoppy and not up my alley.
R&B Brewing Co.
54 E 4th Avenue