Hope’s new brewery christened Mountainview Brewing Co.

Co-owners say the brewery, located at the old Hope Machine Shop, will open fall 2019

Hope’s new brewery, Mountainview Brewing Co., has released their new logo, featuring snow-capped mountains and the invitation ‘meet us in the mountains’. Instagram photo

Hope’s first brewery has been christened Mountainview Brewing Co. and the owners are working behind the scenes to get their business ready for a fall 2019 opening.

RELATED: End of an era: Hope Machine Shop shuts its doors, making room for a brewery

Co-owners Danielle and Adam Keil are sharing updates about their new business, including a logo which features two striking angular snow-capped mountains with the brewery name and the text ‘meet us in the mountains’ all included in the circular design.

With about 11 months to go, the brewery is already tempting the town of Hope with photos of freshly poured brews as well as soliciting ideas from the Instagram community. A request for beer names came back with some very local suggestions, including:

Beyond Hope Pale Ale

Hope Slide Brown Ale

Kawkawa Kolsch

Kettle Kettle Sour

Ladner Creek Tripel

Portia Porter

Rambo Double IPA

Scuzzy Creek Stout

Which of the above are your favourites?


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