33 Acres is located in Brewery Creek, Vancouver. As you might imagine, Brewery Creek has a long history of being home to many beermakers, going all the way back to the late 1800s. Back in those days, brewers used giant water wheels to mill their grain. The brewery boom in the area started in 1888 with the opening of the Vancouver Brewery.
Unfortunately, Brewery Creek experienced a downturn that lasted much of the 20th century. The area became somewhat rundown and neglected. Nevertheless, in the 1990s, things began to turn around. As part of the revitalization, 33 Acres has become one of the area's top breweries.
33 Acres was created to bring people together to enjoy beer and food. Its location is very stylish and minimalist. The brewery has a unique aesthetic that sets it apart.
Each of the beers is named "33 Acres of ___." For example, 33 Acres of Ocean is a fruity west coast pale ale. 33 Acres of Sunshine is an unfiltered hazy blonde ale. 33 Acres of Nirvana is an IPA that might get you closer to immortality. If you're in the mood for an exciting beer, try 33 Acres of Euphoria, which is a Belgian tripel that has 9.2% alcohol content.
In case someone in your party is gluten-free or just isn't partial to beer, they also have 33 Acres of Cid3r.
33 Acres serves food most of the day, including pizzas, snacks, and brunch on weekends. They also have a special menu that is available from morning to mid-afternoon, which includes options like an avocado smash, a breakfast salad bowl, and a vegan caesar salad. They also serve espresso if you need a pick-me-up.
33 Acres is open Monday and Tuesday from 9am–9pm, Wednesday–Friday from 9am–11pm, Saturday from 10am–11pm, and Sunday from 10am–9pm.
Cover image courtesy of 33 Acres.