Postmark Brewing is a Vancouver, BC based craft brewery located between Railway and Alexander Streets (in Railtown). They are in a Vancouver Heritage Building called the Settlement Building. It’s not much to look at from the outside but when you open the first set of doors you are greeted by a giant set of thick antique wooden doors before entering the space.
The Settlement Building
Postmark is part of a collaborative group that occupies the building and includes the Belgrade Kitchen which provides food service. The small kitchen serves lunch and dinner and has a daily fresh sheet. The tasting room and dining room are one in the same, you can do either or both at the same time.
Postmark Craft Beer
Postmark craft beers are brewed in the small batch style only and rotate based on the season. In addition to the seasonal brews they also have a group of staples, some of which are available in cans or 650ml bombers but all are on draft as well. The line-up includes:
- PSF Lager
- Sevens IPA
- West Coast Pale Ale
- Falconer’s Flight IPA
As part of the “collaborative” approach Postmark also has a separate space set aside reserved strictly for Growler filling (which I did). Fills are $6.50 for the 32 ounce and $12.00 for the 64 ounce.
It’s more than fair to say Postmark takes their beer very seriously! If you are in Vancouver this place is well worth a visit.
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