During our day trip to White Horse John had heard there was a brewery in the Yukon Territory. He was just a “little” excited to check out a brewery so far north so we stopped in at the Yukon Brewing in Whitehorse.
Yukon Brewing in Whitehorse
The Yukon Brewing location was really easy to find and well worth stopping in at.
You can sample the beers during your visit and if you have time also take a tour of the brewery. We were running low on time so John decided that sampling was his best choice.
The Yukon Brewing beers have some fantastic names including Yukon Crude Stout.
John said the Yukon Birch Beer was interesting. It was his first time trying a birch beer.
John decided to bring a Thirst Aid Kit back with us to the cruise ship. If you ever want to make a LOT of friends carry a Thirst Aid Kit back along the road leading up to the cruise ship.
We had so many offers of helping us carry it to do we get to join you for thirst aid tonight?
It was a very amusing walk back to the boat.
John says that Yukon Brewing Beer is definitely a beer worth freezing for.
Yukon Brewing Address - 102 Copper Road, Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada, Y1A 2Z6
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Love reading your posts about Alaska, planning a trip at the end of July, just trying to sort out excursions, etc.
The Yukon Brewery is that near the port, if not what is the approximate distance from the port to the brewery. I have an bus trip/train trip in mind and would be back in Skagway with 4/5 hours before having to be back on the cruise ship just wondering if it would be worth it.
You were ale to take the "Thirst Aid Kit" back on the ship??
You were able to take the Thirst Aid Kit back on the ship?
Susan, Yes, Some of the boats allow you to take a small amount of beer back on the boat with you. Each cruise line has their own policies.