Our Brewery

Food Trucks & Events.

Our brewery sits on 3 acres of pristine benchlands overlooking the Fraser River. We have plenty of space to host large groups, buses, and food trucks. Bring your dog, your lawn chair, plenty of sunscreen and your appetite!

If you are a food truck owner/operator, please get send us an email at info@lillooetbeer.ca or call 604-200-5702 to talk with us about the possibilities of setting up your food beside our breath-taking patio!

One sip closer to Lillooet.

Do you love beer and want to know more about the brewing process?

Our expert tour guides will teach you all about the history of Lillooet Brewing Company, how lager is brewed, and show you around the brewhouse, all supported by generous sampling.

COVID-19 STATEMENT
Unfortunately, due to the current restrictions, we are postponing our tours for the foreseeable future. As soon as it is deemed safe to do so, we will start adding more tour dates to this page and will announce them on our social channels. Stay safe, and see you soon!

Lillooet Brewing Co

The History.

Lillooet Brewing Company is situated on an ancient riverine bench many hundred feet above the mighty Fraser River. Our bench was once home to a saw mill and, later on, the more familiar Feed Store where locals went to pick up essential goods for their hobby farms and gardens. This history still lives on today with the original FEED STORE sign proudly posted on east side of the building. Our building was constructed with old growth Douglas fir timber, much of which was unveiled during renovation efforts. We tried to retain these architectural assets and re-used other timber to create our bar top and other table tops in the tasting room. We hope you enjoy the fruits of our labour on your next visit!

Lillooet Brewing Company - Lillooet BC

Our Renovation Journey.

Chronicles of Lillooet Brewing Company’s renovations before the grand opening.

November Renovations
December renovations
January renovations
Concrete Feb2021
Fire rated wall - March 2021

Sacha gives us a walk-through tour. November 2020