Fresh Craft Beer, Great Local Food & Dance Worthy Live Music!
Join us on Saturday May 19 from 12pm - 6pm to enjoy the best of what the Fraser Valley has to offer! Over 20 breweries and 20 food vendors to keep you hydrated and satisfied all day long and live music to keep the energy up!
Getting Here and Parking information
We're lucky to be able to have our event in beautiful Fort Langley and we want to be respectful of the residents and business people that live here.
We strongly encourage carpooling for festival attendees that are coming from outside the Langley region. Make the most of your trip to the Fraser Valley! Come early for a delicious breakfast at one of our fine eateries, explore the great shopping and dive into the History of BC at the Fort Langley National Historic Site.
Please note the signage that designates available parking and areas where parking is prohibited.
Free public parking is available close to the festival site and throughout the community.
PLEASE DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE
Get Home Safe
Coming from Vancouver – take the Vine&hops shuttle
Companies that pick your car up and drive it home:
- A Safe Alternative
$45 for anything up to the first 10km, and $2.75 per km after that
- D.A.D.D (Dial A Designated Driver)
Only available after 5pm
- Sober Girls
Only available after 6pm
$22 dispatch fee and then $2.25/km
- Pacific Cabs
- Aldergrove Langley Taxi
Fort Langley Beer + Food Festival funding KPU Brewing Scholarship!
Trading Post Brewing is dedicated to the art of craft beer and was looking for a way to help someone achieve their dream to become a brewer. The solution was to create a scholarship to the Brewing Lab at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
The award is named after John Mitchell, the grandfather of the modern craft beer movement because he paved the way for craft breweries in Canada. As the host brewery of the first annual Fort Langley Beer + Food Festival, Trading Post Brewing Co has committed to supporting a scholarship this year and in the future.
“John Mitchell stands for quality brewing. Given that Trading Post Brewing is connected to the school, by being just down the street and with students working part time at Trading Post, we thought that it would be fitting for our brewery to give back to craft beer industry in John Mitchel’s name,” says Lance Verhoeff, General Manager and Founder of Trading Post Brewing.
“Trading Post's values include building community and quality. Therefore, supporting the local brewing school to help develop high quality brewers for the craft beer industry is in total alignment with what we stand for,” says Tony Dewald head brewer of Trading Post Brewing.
Criteria for the scholarship includes:
- A student who volunteers in the community
- An exceptional student with a GPA of 3.00 or greater
- A full time Brewing Diploma student completing their first year of the KPU Brewing Program and going into their second year of the program in the fall.
- Preference is given to student who is a Fraser Valley resident