Brewery & The Beast reveals 2019 lineup for Vancouver feast

Time to fire up the grills and tap those kegs...

Time to fire up the grills and tap those kegs: The epic meat and beer fest called Brewery & the Beast will give carnivores and craft brews fans their fill once again this summer, when the day-long feast hits Vancouver.

Taking place outside at the Concord Pacific lot near False Creek on Sunday, July 28, 2019, Brewery & the Beast brings together some of the city’s finest meat slingers, cooking up eats in all sorts of styles. Expect to sample everything from barbecue, sous-vide, to smoked, grilled, and slow-cooked, prepared by top chefs from Metro Vancouver and Whistler.

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“Although we’ve historically been a meat-forward festival and this will continue to be our focus, we’ve integrated new partnerships this year to ensure seafood and local produce are also highlighted,” said Scott Gurney, Founder of Brewery & The Beast.

“Guests will notice a few more proteins sourced from the Salish Sea, as well as fresh fruits and a few interesting vegetable focused dishes.”

Also unique to this year, The Phillips Brewing Company will be highlighting the adventurous side of beer with a satellite pouring station where two new craft beers, developed exclusively for Brewery & The Beast Vancouver, will be showcased.

There are returning favourites and new additions to the roster of participants.

Here’s who will be there:

  • ARC Restaurant
  • Atlas Steak + Fish
  • Au Comptoir
  • Bartholomew
  • Bauhaus
  • BC Kitchen at Parq Vancouver
  • BigDay Barbecue
  • Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar
  • Bowen Island Pizza Co.
  • Bucha Brew
  • Burdock & Co. Restaurant
  • Campagnolo Restaurant / Monarch Burger
  • Cascade Room
  • Chicha restaurant
  • Clough Club
  • Corduroy Pie Co.
  • DownLow Chicken Shack
  • el Santo
  • Fanny Bay Oyster Bar
  • Fiasco Gelato
  • Forage & Timber
  • H2 Rotisserie & Bar
  • Heritage Asian Eatery
  • Homer St Cafe and Bar / Tableau Bar Bistro
  • Hook Seabar
  • Houweling’s Group
  • HYCS
  • Johnston’s – Fresh, Local, Quality
  • Juke Fried Chicken
  • Juniper Kitchen & Bar
  • JW Marriott Parq Vancouver
  • La Mezcaleria
  • La Pentola
  • Left Field Cider Co
  • Lil Ronnie’s Beachside BBQ
  • Maenam
  • Mamie Taylor’s
  • Marriott Hotel – Downtown
  • Medina Cafe
  • Mile One Eating House
  • Nightingale
  • Paella Guys
  • Peckinpah BBQ
  • Phillips Brewing & Malting Co
  • Phillips Soda Works
  • Pidgin
  • Pourhouse
  • Railtown Catering
  • Royal Dinette
  • Shangri-La Hotel – Vancouver
  • Tap & Barrel Vancouver
  • The Ellis
  • The Gull Bar and Kitchen
  • Two Rivers Specialty Meats
  • Vancouver Community College
  • West Oak
  • West Restaurant
  • Whole Foods Market
  • Wildebeest

Additional event highlights will include live music by Electric Timber Co. with special guests, the 32 tap “Gypsy Wagon” from the Phillips Brewing Co, Left Field Cider, and wine from producers local to BC, as well as kombucha tea and specialty coffee options.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, May 1. Please note, this event is 19+ only.

Brewery & The Beast

When: Sunday, July 28, 2019 from 1-4 p.m.
Where: Concord Pacific Lot – 180 Pacific Blvd, Vancouver
Cost: $109.95 + tax & service fees; purchase online

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