Today, we went to explore this charming little brewery, the White Rock Beach Beer Company. Unbeknownst to us, they just opened their brand new tasting room yesterday! I was silly enough to not think to take any pictures.
The beachy vibe in there was wonderful. I loved the adirondack chairs and the light fixtures made from crab traps and surfboards. While it seems like seating may be a work in progress as it gave a slightly cluttered feel at first, it was definitely wonderfully homey, from the physical atmosphere to the friendly men working behind the bar.
They had two beers on tap today: a brown ale and a pale ale. We tasted both, and sat down for one of their 12oz sleeves. I am typically not a fan of pale ales, as I find they can be a bit too hoppy, but this ale seemed nice and mellow with a little kick. Great for someone starting to get into hoppier beers like me. I had a sleeve of the brown ale and it was wonderful. I felt like I had the lightness of an ale with the flavour of a porter.
With the great location and so far impressive drinks, we will definitely be keeping an eye out and returning once they have expanded the menu. I promise to get some pictures for next time!