Cascadian Beer Podcast

This is not your average beer show. You won't find consistent beer reviews or the latest opinion gossip about the industry. The Cascadian Beer Podcast is about the people behind the local breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Each episode is dedicated to a single brewery; we profile their history, how they started and their place in the local community. Cascadia is a bio-region in the Pacific Northwest which is made up of the US States of Washington & Oregon, as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. This is an area that helped kickstart the craft beer industry in North America and has seen tremendous growth in recent years. Subscribe to the Cascadian Beer Podcast to learn and discover new breweries in the Pacific Northwest. Visit the website:

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 21m. Bisher sind 97 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint jede zweite Woche.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 15 hours 28 minutes


episode 92: Ace Brewing Company - Courtenay, British Columbia

Breweries can be a strong focal point for any community. Many of them align their name with the characteristics or features of their surroundings. Today I find myself mid-island on Vancouver Island in the town of Courtenay, British Columbia. Located on the traditional, unceded territories of the K’ómoks First Nation.  Ace Brewing opened its doors in 2019, and is proud of their Vintage Aviation theme reflecting the history of the Comox Valley and Canadian Air Force...


 2021-08-20  19m

episode 91: Alberni Brewing Company - Port Alberni, British Columbia

It's always a great feeling escaping the city and visiting the communities around the province. I've traveled to Vancouver Island to visit Alberni Brewing Company, a new brewery that recently opened up in Port Alberni. I sat down with co-owner Heather Welsh.


 2021-07-16  14m

episode 90: House of Funk - North Vancouver, British Columbia

There is a spot in the lower mainland that has seen a major shift to an entertainment district in recent years, and that spot is located in North Vancouver. Located on the traditional unceded territories of the Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh. The brewery House of Funk opened their doors a little over two years ago after seeing a gap in the British Columbia market. They have seen major growth and have even developed a sister brand to them. I sat down with owner Darren Hollett.


 2021-06-25  16m

episode 89: Xander Szymanski, Head Brewer at Monkey 9 Brewing - Richmond, British Columbia

I met up with a craft beer industry friend in a Vancouver park for a chat. Xander Szymanski is the Head Brewer of Monkey 9 Brewing in Richmond, British Columbia. Located on the traditional unceded territories of the Tsawwassen and Musqueum. We talk about how Xander got into brewing craft beer, some previous places he's worked and a brewery project of his own he started. Monkey 9 Brewing open their doors in 2017...


 2021-06-04  21m

episode 88: Wildeye Brewing - North Vancouver, British Columbia

In this episode, I find myself in North Vancouver, British Columbia. Located on the traditional unceded territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueum. This area has seen a major boom of breweries opening in recent years, but there is one brewery that is a bit of an outlier on the map compared to the cluster of others. Wildeye Brewing is a quiet gem on the north shore, with a large tasting room and patio in the shadow of the surrounding mountains and trails...


 2021-05-20  12m

episode 87: Luppolo Brewing Company - Vancouver, British Columbia

Back in 2016 a new brewery opened up with something a bit different to offer. I’m in Vancouver, British Columbia. Located on the traditional unceded territories of the Tsleil-Waututh, Squamish and Musqueum. In the neighborhood of East Van, also known in the craft beer community as “Yeast Van” is Luppolo Brewing. They opened and have stuck to offering Italian style beers, while expanding their styles and food as well. I sat down with Brewer and Co-Owner Ryan Parfitt.


 2021-04-24  22m

episode 86: Main Street Brewing - Vancouver, British Columbia

The neighbourhood of Mt. Pleasent has seen a major transformation in recent years, and a key establishment that has played a major role is Main Street Brewing. Situated inside a Vancouver City Heritage Building, which originally was a brewery when first built apart of the historic Brewery Creek district. I sat down with co-owners Nigel Pike & Cameron Forsyth.


 2021-03-19  17m

episode 85: North Point Brewing - North Vancouver, British Columbia

There has been a lot of breweries opening in British Columbia over the last couple of years, and North Vancouver has been one of those hot spots. North Point Brewing is a cozy cabin themed brewery on a quiet street in North Van. I sat down with co-owner Liam Jeffries and brewer Paul Kovamees.


 2021-02-12  13m

episode 84: The Empty Keg Brew House - Merritt, British Columbia

Normally when I’m traveling to the Okanagan, I typically stop at a halfway point for a break to stretch my legs, maybe gas up the car and grab a quick snack and continue on my journey. But now knowing there is a brewery, I may have to reconsider my stopover. I’m in the town of Merritt, British Columbia. Typically a three hour drive from Vancouver, this town is now home to The Empty Keg Brew House. I sat down with Co-owner and Brewer, Kyle Hall.


 2021-01-08  18m

episode 83: Whistler, British Columbia (High Mountain Brewing & Coast Mountain Brewing)

I've travelled to a top vacation destination in British Columbia. Whistler is known for its skiing, but it is also home to a lot of fantastic Summer activities, and of course, not to mention, great craft beer. In this episode speak with Brewer Derrick Franche at High Mountain Brewing and Owner/Brewer Kevin Winter at Coast Mountain Brewing.


 2020-12-11  46m