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Mt. Begbie Brewing - Add Comments/Rate this Brewery


Small brewery that opened in 1996. After a couple of years, started packaging in 650ml litre bottles with unique heritage-style photos on the labels. An honest, unpretenious microbrewery that serves up some great unique beers. 

Alpine Amber Ale (Brown Ale, 4.8%) High Country Kolsch (Kolsch, 4.5%) Tall Timber Ale (Brown Ale, 5.5%) Begbie Cream Ale (style unknown, 4.5%) Ol'Woodenhead Smoked Porter (Porter, 6.4%) Powerhouse Pale Ale (Pale Ale, 4.8%) Selkirk Stout (Stout, 4.5%) Attila the Honey (Brown Ale, 5%)

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Average rating: 5 stars - superb!

5 stars - superb! 24/06/2014

I have had only been able to find three of Mt. Begbie's beers locally (Trail), but all three (Cream Ale, Tall Timber Ale and High Country Kolsch) are tasty, tasty beers! At only 4.5% the Kolsch and Cream Ale are great session beers. Tall Timber Ale and barbecued steak. Perfect!
 - Tony  Trail

5 stars - superb! 15/01/2011

great taste, nice head , defiantly one of the best IPA ,i ve tasted, good job
 - peter  ladysmith

5 stars - superb! 30/12/2009

Drove to Richmond to get Nasty Habit IPA. It was worth the drive. Excellent beer with a very good hoppy flower tast,nice colour and body. One of the two best IPA in BC for sure..
 - uncle jm  poco

5 stars - superb! 02/11/2008

A great BC Brewery. Stopped by in summer of '08 and had a look around. Picked up some glass ware to drink Begbies right. Great staff, just watch for selective hours of operation, closed on Wednesdays I think.
 - Richard  Coquitlam, BC

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