From its origin as a sandbar where people came to fish, to the bustling and iconic destination it has become, Granville Island is ever evolving and changing. But one thing that hasn't changed is the commitment to craft. Whether at the sawmills, factories or countless artisinal shops and galleries that have called the Island home, generations of workers have put quality and craftsmanship above all else. It's this dedication that carries through to this day in the long-running favourite, English Bay Ale. Following the same recipe since 1987 when the better beer movement was just beginning, this malt-forward original is not too bitter and brings forth the luscious, caramel complexity of a classic Canadian "microbrew".