Friday, February 17, 2017

beer news

Today, Bridge Brewing takes their brewery to the next level by opening their kitchen and introducing Chef Krissy Seymour. The all-day menu will offer a selection of tacos based upon seasonal and local ingredients. All sauces and salsas are made in house with meat being purchased locally in North Vancouver from Two Rivers Specialty Meats.

“We are thrilled to expand beyond beer – with our new lounge licence, customers can stick around and enjoy a bite to eat along with their pint of beer,” says Bridge Brewing co-founder, Jason Stratton.

The menu includes:
·         Jerk pulled pork with pineapple salsa, avocado crema and pickled red cabbage
·         Lime and coconut braised chicken with sprouts, crushed peanuts and sweet chilli
·         Buffalo paneer with yam and black beans, chipotle, and cilantro yogurt

What’s up next? Bridge has received its lounge license and is looking forward to expanding hours of operation and building a patio with outside seating for the summer. 

Since opening their doors in 2012 beer lovers all over B.C. have discovered Bridge Brewing’s great tasting, high quality craft beer. Beginning as Vancouver’s first nano brewery – people voted with their mouths and they have grown from 930 square feet to 15,000.  Bridge Brewing is a 99% waste free brewery and is focused heavily on it’s environmental and community impact.


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Steam Whistle Brewing returns as the official beer and proud supporter of Canada’s 2017 JUNO Awards. To celebrate, we’re giving away the Ultimate JUNO Experience which includes; 2 tickets to the JUNO Awards Broadcast, 2 wristbands to JUNOfest presented by CBCMusic.ca; 2 night hotel accommodations and return transportation to Ottawa.

·         or write your own directing people to visit http://steamwhistle.ca/junos/
·         If you tag @SteamWhistle @TheJUNOAwards we will be sure to retweet, expanding your reach to our 38.9k followers!

Join us JUNO Weekend, April 1st and 2nd, as the JUNO's touchdown in Ottawa, Ontario for Canada’s most prestigious musical events of the year!

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On Thursday, February 23, local craft beer expert Adem Tepedelen will lead participants through Extreme Beer with the Beast XI, the latest instalment of Cook St. Liquor’s highly popular beer-tasting series.
The event: Extreme Beer with the Beast XI
The latest instalment of Cook St. Liquor’s highly popular craft beer-tasting series with local expert Adem Tepedelen, author of the Brewtal Truth Guide to Extreme Beers.

The date:
Thursday, February 23, 7-9 pm

The location:
The Penthouse at Swans Hotel – 506 Pandora Ave., Victoria

The lineup:
Adem will handpick ten inventive Cook St. Liquor offerings, serving them in flights of two. Each of the first four flights will be paired with artisan salumi from the Whole Beast Artisan Salumeria; the final flight will be paired with an inspired creation from Yonni's Doughnuts.

The tickets:
$35, available now at Cook St. Liquor (109 – 230 Cook St.) and online.

All previous events have sold out in advance.

About Cook St. Liquor:
Victoria’s Cook St. Liquor has proudly ousted most mainstream corporate-made brews from its fridges to make room for high-quality craft beer – and lots of it. Cook St. Liquor is equally selective about the wines and spirits it sells, choosing, whenever possible, offerings from small producers.

In addition to its outstanding selection, Cook St. Liquor offers expert advice through an exceptionally knowledgeable staff, special events, and Beer Mail – a non-subscription mail-order service that makes the best domestic and imported craft beers available to those in even the smallest BC communities. And, as of February 1, the store is marking the 150 days until Canada’s 150th birthday by spotlighting a different Canadian-made product each day.

About Adem Tepedelen:
Internationally recognized as an expert on the craft beer movement, beer writer and consultant Adem Tepedelen is a winner of the prestigious Michael Jackson Beer Journalism award, which celebrates excellence in reporting on American craft beer. He is author of The Brewtal Truth Guide to Extreme Beers and co-author of Island Wineries of British Columbia, named best wine book in Canada (and third best in the world) by the Gourmand Awards. Tepedelen is the Brewtal Truth beer columnist for Decibel Magazine and a contributor to other publications across North America, including Fine Cooking and Imbibe. Also a highly respected music journalist, he has written for dozens of music magazines and websites including Mojo and Rolling Stone.

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