Moody Ales was the second brewery we checked out along Brewers Row. This one is the furthest away but still only a 5 minute walk away from the main area.
They had a food truck, Russet Shack, out front that was serving loaded style potatoes.
We dropped in on a Sunday afternoon (around 5:00pm). The patio was packed; there’s a mix of picnic tables and cabin style chairs.
Board outside with their beers on tap.
Hours. Open everyday!
Cool that they have a stack of board games available.
The space inside is huge with tons of seating. Walk past the bar for more seats.
A few of their awards that they’ve won.
There were 10 flavours on tap (plus a cider and two wines).
Closeup of their beer taps.
They had a few snacks: Hardbite chips, BHK jerky, kettle corn and pepperoni sticks.
There’s a small merchandise area (a pineapple hat), tees and glassware).
Their 16 oz glass ($5.00) is the cheapest we’ve seen but it was soooo plain.
Price list for their beer cans and bottles.
Closeup of the options.
Nice that you have the option to mix and match.
Flight ($8.00 for 4)
We went with the ravens collab brut IPA (#8), huge citrus hazy pale ale (#10), bergamot sour kolsch (#14) and bourbon barrel aged russian imperial stout (#11) ($1.50 extra).
Our favourite was the sour kolsch; refreshing, light and sour. Russian imperial stout was interesting but a sampler was more than enough. Huge citrus hazy pale ale was most similar to Twin Sails dat juice pale ale. Brut IPA was pretty standard.
Sublime pineapple hefeweizen ($6.85 for 650ml bottle)
Intrepid matcha saison ($6.85 for 650ml bottle)
Again, decent beers but nothing stood out for us. The bottles we brought home are more to our beer liking.
2601 Murray Street
Port Moody, BC