Trading Post Brewing is set to become Langley’s first brewery.
With a grand opening on Feb. 13, 2016, the brewery hopes to inspire people to come together, engage, collaborate and mingle over a pint of local beer.
“Our goal is to inspire people to build relationships and create community by offering an inviting tasting room in the same space that we brew our beer,” says Lance Verhoeff, founder and general manager of Trading Post Brewing.
“We chose Langley for many reasons, first and foremeost, Langley is where we live. Secondly, we have a passion for the rich history here and in Fort Langley.”
Using some of the best ingredients, the brewmaster uses both traditional brewing techniques and modernday skill to create the beers. With six beers on tap, there are unique and adventurous brews that will have you coming back.
Brewmaster Tony Dewald has over 25 years of brewing experience.
“Inspired by all of the great breweries that have come before us, Trading Post beers embody the spirit of the past while embracing the essence of modern day craft.”
The brewery and tasting room is located at #107 20120 64th Avenue in Langley.
The public is invited to for a tour at the Grand Opening celebration on Feb. 13th, starting at 12 p.m. The first 50 people can trade any big brand beer for a free Trading Post growler.
On Valentine’s Day, chocolate and beer enthusiasts will unite as Trading Post and ChcolaTas bring you chocolate and beer pairings.
The Trading Post Taphouse and Eatery will open in historic Fort Langley at 9143 Glover Road in Spring 2016.
For more information about the Trading Post Brewing, visit tradingpostbrewing.com.