Trading Post Eatery opens in Fort Langley
After opening the brewery earlier this year, Trading Post Brewing has now opened its eatery in Fort Langley!
First opened in February this year, the brewery in Langley already has a following as beer lovers flock to try the latest brews by Trading Post. Now, the eatery offers beer and food pairings in the historic town of Fort Langley. Complete with a patio and unique decor, the restaurant is bound to become a favourite with locals and tourists alike.
“It is different than most restaurants because we feature our fantastic beer to pair with our food. We have a long bar that is central to the indoor space that has 12 taps providing a wide variety of our hand crafted locally made delicious craft beer made by our legendary brewer Tony Dewald,” says cofounder Paul Verhoeff.
Trading Post’s mantra, ‘Tap into the Local’, is embedded in everything they do. From using local ingredients to partnering with local businesses for special projects, the brewery and eatery make sure the customer gets the full local experience. With historic Fort Langley as its backdrop, Trading Post stays true to its roots.
“The historic significance of Fort Langley is celebrated in everything we are, our historic Hudson Bay Replica Trading post building, our décor, our branding, telling the stories of Fort Langley and the welcoming little town that has so much to offer locals as well as tourists and a destination for people from central Langley and the entire Lower Mainland region.”
The Trading Post Taphouse and Eatery is located at 9143 Glover Road in Fort Langley, B.C.
For more information about Trading Post Brewing, visit http://tradingpostbrewing.com/.