We pride ourselves on brewing drinkable beers across a wide variety of tastes and styles. Check out our lineup of our core beers and take a peek at our current draft menu for seasonals and one-offs. There's something for everyone at Tinhouse.
Our lounge and patio is located right off the Traboulay Poco Trail.
Bring your lunch, order in (we recommend Emilio Finatti Pizza – they will deliver right to your seat!), or grab a snack from the bar.
Outside food is always welcomed. We host a rotating list of food trucks on weekends – check our social media for details on which ones will be on site.
We have ample bike parking – so why not ride here?
We are kid-friendly, and good doggos are allowed on our patio (on-leash, please).
Public keg sales can also be arranged through our lounge (Sankey connections only).
We may be a bit hard to find, but once you do, we know you’ll be glad you did!
4 Pk Cans to Go
Singles Bottles to Go
Handyman Pale Ale
A British-style pale ale. malt forward, subtle bitterness.
High Knoll Hazy IPA
Juicy East Coast IPA with tons of hops flavour, tropical fruit notes, and subtle bitterness.
Mortal Peach Sour Ale
Fruity and refreshing, this peach sour with Lactobacillus and a hint of Vanilla is a sweet-tart way to finish off summer!
My Best Day ISA
Easy finishing East Coast ISA – the baby Hazy IPA!
No.34 Farmhouse Sour
Open-air fermented for over a year, then refermented and bottle-conditioned with Champagne Yeast.
No.97 Barrel-Aged Cranberry Wheat
Our Wetlands Wheat ale barrel-aged in bourbon barrels, with fresh cranberries, then bottle conditioned. Lightly tart with a dry finish.
Roundhouse Imperial Porter
This rich, bold Porter is sure to keep you warm through these rainy winter days.
Run of the Mill Peppercorn Saison
Franco Belgian-style saison with white peppercorn and bitter orange peel. Amber hues. Fruity and spicy.
Full bodied dry porter with big coffee and chocolate punches.
The Oxford, IPA
A British/West Coast style IPA. Loads of citra hops and balanced maltiness.
A clean, refreshing pilsner-style lager in the style of 1516.
This American Wheat Ale is a light, traditionally unfiltered beer, containing 50% wheat malt
Where the Wild Beers Are IPA
This bold wild IPA was brewed in collaboration with our friends at Escarpment Labs, using their Optimus Primary Brett-forward yeast blend, and was open fermented for two months.
Work Boots Brown
A British brown ale. Brewed for the everyday working Joes and Joannes.
Zinnhaus Vienna Lager
Back for 2022! A traditional Octoberfest beer, our Vienna Lager has a beautiful caramel colour, well-rounded malt profile, and subtle hop bitterness for a very drinkable, balanced beer.
GUEST TAPS, CIDER, WINE, NON-ALCOHOLIC
How to Find Us
Walk or roll along the trail until you can see the Pitt River Bridge. Look for our sign on the trail and c’mon in! Note: we have bike parking outside our front door.
From the Coquitlam Skytrain Station, take the #171 Community Shuttle. Get off at Fremont Connector at Sherling Ave. Walk due East on Sherling Place to the end of the cul-de-sac. Head right along the Poco Traboulay Trail or on the sidewalk within the complex. We are in the second (furthest) building.
Take the “Coquitlam” exit, through the roundabout, under the Pitt River Bridge. Veer right onto Fremont Connector. Turn right at the first light onto Sherling Place. Drive to the end of the cul-de-sac, and stay right. We are in the second (furthest) building.
Turn left at the last light before the Pitt River Bridge onto Sherling Ave. Continue straight through two (2) lights, where Sherling Ave turns into Sherling Place. Drive to the end of the cul-de-sac, and stay right. We are in the second (furthest) building.
As you cross the Pitt River Bridge, stay in the Coquitlam exit lanes. At the first light, make a right turn onto Sherling Ave. Continue straight through two (2) lights, where Sherling Ave turns into Sherling Place. Drive to the end of the cul-de-sac, and stay right. We are in the second (furthest) building.