Brewery And The Beast 2014 Festival Vancouver

Brewery And The Beast 2014 Festival Vancouver

Meat lovers get ready! Brewery and the Beast will be Vancouver’s 2nd annual festival of meat. This event is sure to take you on a culinary journey through the different ways to prepare meats.

The meats featured at this event are all hormone and antibiotic free, and are also ethically raised, and come from farms on Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland, the Fraser Valley, and Northern Alberta.

Some of the farms include Cache Creek Natural Beef from Cache Creek, BC; Diamond Willow from Christina Lake, BC; Hog Wild Specialties from Mayerthrope, Alberta, and many more.

Brewery and the Beast gives people the opportunity to get information about local farms, and taste dishes from top Vancouver chefs, try delicious beverages, and celebrate all things meat!

Brewery And The Beast 2014 Festival Vancouver

According to their website, “Brewery and the Beast was created to educate our guests on the importance of becoming a conscious consumer of high quality meat. By supplying our guests with a tangible experience of how these foods taste, where they can purchase or consume them, and most importantly get information about the farms they come from, is key to our vision and goals of the event.”

Brewery and the Beast is a great experience for those seeking information on sustainable and ethically raised meats, or those who just love eating meat. The Phillips Brewing Company from Victoria will be there serving some of their award winning beers for guests to pair with their dishes. Left Field Cider, wine from Mission Hill Family Estate, and a wide selection of non-alcoholic beverages will also be served. Brewery and the Beast is a 19+ event, so no minors are permitted to enter.

Brewery and the Beast will take place on Sunday July 27th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm at Concord Pacific Lot. Live music will be performed by The Electric Timber Company.

Brewery And The Beast 2014 Festival Vancouver

Date: July 27th
Time: 1:00pm to 4:00pm
Location: Concord Pacific Lot, Vancouver



Written by: Anna Ward

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