About the Festival
“Taste the NW during the Holidays”
35 Taps | 2 Days | 1 Gigantic Heated Tent
This event will take place in Propstra Square (Esther Short Park) within a heated tent to keep the winter chill away! Parking is easy downtown, and you don’t have to pay to park after 6pm on Friday and all day Saturday. This event is 21+ only.
Winter brings the cold, snow and amazing seasonal beers!
The NW is known for microbrews and great breweries. You can travel around the US and nothing will compare. Not only are the Holidays filled with delicious food and goodies, we are blessed with tasty beers! From Ales to Hoppy bold IPA’s, there are plenty of seasonal brews for us to enjoy. This year, while we still have plenty of our delicious seasonal beers from your local favorites, we’ve expanded our focus not just nationwide, but all the way to England! We’re featuring 5 beers from this beer state for your enjoyment. So come toast the brews this year at the Vancouver Winter Brewfest - it’s a tasty way to celebrate the holidays!
The Vancouver Winter Brew Fest is an alternative to others - with minimal LINES, and located in the heart of downtown Vancouver USA at Esther Short Park. Our city is only minutes from downtown Portland, and on the boarder of great breweries like Widmer, 10 Barrel, and Burnside brewery. You won’t be disappointed at this Winter Brew Fest; you will be able to taste many special Holiday Beers!
- December 9th: 3pm to10pm
- December 10th: 11am to 10pm
Kids with Energy is proud to present the Vancouver Winter Brew Fest in December 2016. 35 Breweries will be pouring their favorite Winter Brew for you. Taste, have a Pint or just hang out with friends. The festival will include food vendors, music and more!
2016 Featuring England Beers
This year we are highlighting the country of great Soccer – ENGLAND.
Beer in England has been brewed for hundreds of years. As a beer brewing country, England is known for its top fermented cask beer (also called real ale) which finishes maturing in the cellar of the pub rather than at the brewery and is served with only natural carbonation.
English beer styles include bitter, mild, brown ale and old ale. Stout, porter and India Pale Ale were also originally brewed in London. Lager style beer has increased considerably in popularity since the mid 20th century.
LIST of 5 England BEERS Coming Soon