Don't miss out as there are only 40 cases of this rare beer available in BC.
Straffe Hendrik Wild (sku 872333) has just arrived (June 13 2014) and needs to clear customs before it is available in the distribution channel. Keep your eyes out for it because
Once it's gone....it's gone.
The original Straffe Hendrik Tripel has been re-fermented using wild Brettanomyces yeast. It is then cellared at Brouwerij de Halve Maan for 3 months before being released. The wild yeasts dramatically increase the already long shelf life of the beer and continue to develop its flavours for years.
Definitely a beer to cellar so you're able to enjoy the ever-evolving flavours for years to come.
Last year's Belgian Beer week at Sharkey's in Ladner was so popular they are doing it again this year.
Visit Sharkey's the week of June 9-15 (leading up to Father's Day) for Sharkey's Belgian Beer Week where they will be featuring a few amazing beers from Belgium and, or course, their delicious menu.
You buy the beer, you get swag and entered into a draw to win Whitecaps FC tix!
Sharkey's: 4953 Chisholm Street. Ladner, BC
Check out the new brews from Belgium heading to your favorite private Beer store now:
327233 Watou Witt Belgian Witt, 5% alc/vol, 24*330ml
553420 Kapittel Abt 91/100 RateBeer Belgian Pale Amber Abbaye Ale, 10% alc/vol, 24*330ml
643791 Hommelbier Special Ale 97/100 Beer Advocate Belgian Special Golden Ale, 7.5% alc/vol, 24*330
737700 Kapittel Prior 94/100 RateBeer, 9% alc/vol, 24*330 Belgian Strong Dark Abbaye Ale
VCBW 2014 kicks off on Friday May 30th and finishes Saturday, June 7th.
This year’s theme is Hip-Hop, and VCBW has teamed up with Prevail from Swollen Members to host this year’s festivities. Along with that they've been working on some extremely fun events that fit within the theme, along with the usual video, poster, and West Ender covers.
This year’s tasting Festival, June 6&7 will be located at 215 West 1st Avenue (betweem the Cambie Street Bridge and the Olympic Village). The site is next to the Seawall and a short walk from the Canada Line’s Olympic Village Station, the Aquabus’s Spyglass Place Dock, and major bus routes along Broadway, the Cambie corridor, Main Street, and West 2nd Avenue. It's an outdoor event this year to make it all the more enjoyable.
Of course, the best event will be Monday, June 2 at Biercraft Cambie Street location with the return of the Belgian Beer Showcase.
Tickets for all events are on sale now: http://vancouvercraftbeerweek.com/
In support of Celiac Awareness month, Craft Beer Market in the Salt Building, 85 W. 1st. Ave, Vancouver is hosting a 4 course dinner and beer pairing. Executive Chef Cam McGowen has created a 4 course, gluten free menu paired with an exceptional gluten free beer.
Tickets - $60.00 Call 604.709.BEER (2337) for tickets
6:00pm - welcome beer
6:30pm - first course served