Russell Brewing Company

Russell Brewing Company is a leading craft brewery and one of the first 10 microbreweries in Greater Vancouver, B.C. – the birthplace of Canadian craft beers.

Russell Brewing Co

Russell Brewing Company and other craft brewers in Greater Vancouver have worked together to build Vancouver's leading position in the North American craft beer industry. 
Since its establishment in 1995, the company has always adhered to the principle of using the highest quality raw materials and up-to-date brewing techniques to provide consumers with the best taste experience and enjoyment. Russell Brewing has been adhering to the spirit of excellence in craftsmanship and promises that their products are 100% natural without any preservatives or non-natural additives. Their core products include: West Coast IPA, Craft Lager, Pale Ale and El Dorado Blonde. Other examples include Peach & Apricot Hefeweizen, Untitled Coffee Gose, Belgian Dubbel, Schnapsidee German Pilsner and East Coast IPA. To guarantee a great tasting experience, they use a centrifuge technique instead of pasteurization, ensuring that you can enjoy the freshest craft beer with its original flavor and taste. Out of their passion for beer, they continue to innovate their way of brewing and believe that you can taste the surging passion and persistent good faith from their carefully brewed products. 
Over the past decade, Russell Brewing has won more than 40 major awards and honors through international craft beer competitions including the World Beer Cup and Canadian Craft Beer Awards. Award winners include: Punch Bowl IPA, IP’eh!, East Coast IPA, Pilsner Eastern Promises, Hop Therapy India Session Ale, Dazy (Double IPA), Blood Alley Extra Special Bitter, Black Death Porter, Mango Milkshake IPA, Cream Ale, A Wee Angry Scotch Ale, Happy Little Brut IPA, Mosaic Sour and Barrel Aged Rye Wine. Russell Brewing Company currently has active customer groups throughout the provinces and territories of British Columbia, Alberta, Yukon, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and New Brunswick, and directly cooperates with local liquor control authorities.