Meat & Beer Lovers Don’t Miss This Special Dine Out Vancouver Event

Craft beer and speciality meats go together like peanut butter and jelly, cheese and crackers, ham and pineapple (you get the picture). So for Dine Out Vancouver, craft beer lovers should not miss the ultimate pairing of meet and beer: Butcher at the Butcher.

Donnelly Group is partnering with Two Rivers Meats and Postmark Brewing for “Butcher at the Butcher” a very special Dine Out Vancouver event matching local craft beer and a dizzying range of locally-sourced meat dishes held at The Butcher & Bullock in the heart of Downtown. Donnelly Group Executive Chef Alvin Pillay has put together a ridiculous array of meat heavy menu options which include stations for Brisket Sliders, Fried Chicken and Sausage Plates along with a spread of canapés ranging from lamb belly and Duck Wings to Pork Ribs, Bresaola, and Candied Bacon, all to be paired with beers from Postmark Brewing chosen by Bar & Beverage Director Trevor Kallies.

Beers on tap from Postmark include: Falconer IPA, Gose, Cider and their limited edition barrel aged french Saison, aged for six months in merlot barrels.

The night will also include a photo wall and door prizes, while reps from both Two Rivers will be on hand to explain their commitment to working with local farms to source ethically raised animals.

The event is happening on Wednesday, January 24th at 6:00pm. Tickets are $69 (plus tax and service charge) each and include all food and paired beers for the evening. To purchase tickets, visit www.dineoutvancouver.com.

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