Postmark Brewing Opening Tomorrow in Vancouver’s Settlement Building

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VANCOUVER, BC – A heritage building in Vancouver’s Railtown neighbourhood is set to become the newest go-to destination for the city’s craft beer lovers, with the opening tomorrow (June 18th) of Postmark Brewing.

Located in the Settlement Building – a 7,700 square foot complex that also houses Vancouver Urban Winery/Roaring Twenties Wine Co. and Belgard Kitchen – the brewery is being launched by managing director Nate Rayment (ex-Howe Sound Brewing) and brewer Craig Noble.

According to a post on Beer Me B.C., Postmark will be debuting with three brands – “a Citra-Dry Hopped Red Ale, a Raspberry Hefeweizen and one mystery brew that you will just have to stop in to learn more about” – with three more to join the line-up in coming weeks. All will be available to sample in the on-site tasting lounge, and in growlers for take-away sales.

For more details, see the Postmark Brewing Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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