Superflux Beer, until now open for retail sales only, is holding its official lounge opening. What’s Brewing was on the scene for a private preview. Photos: Brian K. Smith
The new Lounge offers architectural intrigue with rotating taps and a uniquely curated menu, opening October 16
VANCOUVER, BC, October 13, 2020— Superflux Beer Company announced that the Lounge for the recently opened brewery at 505 Clark Dr will open to the public Friday, October 16 at 12PM. The highly-anticipated brewery first opened the doors to its retail store on August 15, which was met by a lineup of eager fans that stretched around the block. The new Lounge will have 9+ beers on tap, seating 65 beer-lovers, but operating at a reduced capacity, seating 35-40 guests, and offering its menu of uniquely curated hot dogs and newly launched salads.
The Lounge offers architectural intrigue, situated in the centre of its working brewery with curved walls, and custom millwork by 21st Century Designs. While guests sip on the high-quality, hop-forward IPAs which make up nearly 100% of its lineup, they’ll have the chance to catch a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the brewing. The space was designed and built by Vancouver’s Simcic Uhrich Architects and Harmony Pacific Projects who brought the vision for co-founder’s Adam Henderson and Matt Kohlen to life.