The last brewery that we checked out was Land & Sea Brewing Co. It’s across the street from Salish Sea Foods.
We dropped in on a holiday Monday (around 4:15pm) and it was busy. The inside is modern and spacious with an outdoor area to match. Love the sleek, clean logo and look of their beer cans. Service was friendly and attentive.
There were 9 beers on tap along with wine, Salt Spring Island Cider and kombucha.
The food menu is small; nibbles/snacks/shares, nachos, salads/bowls/sandwiches and naan wraps. Most tables were ordering nachos (which interestingly is offered as two-third and full order options).
Merchandise price list. First brewery I’ve seen selling masks.
They even had a bag of pumpkin molasses cookies ($6.00) for sale.
Our favourite was the kettle sour; jammey and a touch tart.
The cream ale was light, easy drinking.
The dry-hopped kveik lager had faint tones of citrus and spice.
Lastly, the nordic black lager was decent, similar to a nitro coffee. Lighter than other coffee stouts we’ve had at other breweries.
Strathcona blackberry fig sour ($5.25)
We bought a can for home.
Loved the chill vibes at L&S. Would definitely return and hope they start making more sours!
Land & Sea Brewing
2040 Guthrie Road