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Opinion by Richard Baird.
Faculty Brewing Co. strives to create an open and collaborative environment where visitors, of all levels of expertise, can learn about how craft beer is made with the intention helping them to navigating Vancouver’s thriving craft scene. The brewery boasts a 7 barrel, 1450 square-foot brewery with 6 fermentors, 6 bright beer tanks and 28-seat tasting room with an industrial and utilitarian interior design. It also features a brand identity created by local design studio Post Projects which reaches across packaging and signage.
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