Attention Vegetarians and Allies!!
The next This Sandwich, That Beer Throwdown is happening June 26 at The Portside Pub from 1-5pm.
This edition of the TSTB Throwdown will be exclusively vegetable based, we have decided to mix it up because vegetarians are people too (wink, wink). Our contenders this time around have been asked to keep things meat free. Not only does this open the door to all you vegetarians out there, but we hope it will mean some seriously creative sandwiches! Breweries will once again be tasked with coming up the perfect cask beer to accompany the sandwich to create the winning pairing for the day.
All proceeds will be going to Backpack Buddies!
This edition’s competitors are:
Calabash Bistro x Yellow Dog
The Union x Bomber Brewing
The Dirty Apron x Dageraad
Handtaste Ferments x Powell Street Brewing
The Local Omnivore x 33 Acres
The Uncommon Cafe x Strange Fellows
Biercraft x Main Street Brewing
Hi-Five x Steel and Oak
The Blarney Stone x Townsite Brewing
Tickets are on sale now, but will not last long.
This vegetarian edition has the potential to be one of the best yet with AWARD winning brewerie and some the best restaurants around getting crazy creative to deliver some serious veggie sandwiches!!!
You don’t want to miss this.
Time to rumble everybody! The This Sandwich, That Beer Throwdown is back once again on Dec 6th at The Portside Pub in Gastown. Continue reading
So I arrived in Portland and don’t even know where to begin when it comes to “Feast Portland” events! The city is buzzing and jammed packed with so much awesome it’s hard to decide where to go first. I definitely have a few on my radar including “Old MacDonald Had A Brewery“, “Bourbon And Beyond: The New World Of American Whiskey” and Saturdays main event “Oregonian Media Group Smoked!” Continue reading
About a year ago at this time I was on my way down the I-5 to the Northwest’s premiere food festival, FEAST Portland. Specifically I was heading to the “Widmer Brother’s Sandwich Invitational Presented by Dave’s Killer Bread“. This event was spectacular and I was not going to miss it this year, so I am heading back, and I can’t wait! Continue reading
I’m going to begin this post by saying that I love Powell River! What an amazing and beautiful place full of so many awesome people doing awesome things. Among those awesome people are the people at Townsite Brewing who invited myself and my “Throwdown” partner Stephanie up to Powell River last month for a “This Sandwich, That Beer Throwdown” style fundraiser for the Knuckleheads Winter Recreation in Powell River. An awesome time was had by all and this won’t be our last trip to Powell River that’s for sure. Continue reading
When it came to my attention that Hollows & Fentimans All Natural Alcoholic Ginger Beer was now available here, one thing came to mind. Find a jerk chicken sandwich! Luckily for me, while walking through Mount Pleasant one day I strolled past “The Tasty Torpedo” food truck and noticed on their awesome menu; “The Ya Mon” Jerk Chicken sandwich and the match was made. Continue reading
This Saturday make sure to come down the Hawkers Market happening from 5pm till late at The Independent on Kingsway & 10th! I will be there serving up my “Smoked Carnitas and Salsa Verde Grilled Cheese” paired up with 33 Acres Of Ocean West Coast Pale Ale. It’s gonna be good!!! Continue reading
Those familiar with the Cambie corridor in Vancouver have long known that the Pronto Cafe’s sandwich game is strong. Their Porchetta, Sopressato and Meatball, just to name a few, are all top notch. Available in the their quaint cafe space along with these spectacular sandwich selections is a wonderful menu full of classic Italian Antipastos, Pastas and Pizzas as well. Now, all these things can also be enjoyed in an upscale new bar space adjacent to the original.
It’s safe to say that 33 Acres Brewing Co. have implanted themselves as one of Vancouver’s most popular breweries since opening just over a year ago. Part of their popularity has a lot to do with a their innovative approach to food options at the brewery. Along with a rotation of food trucks out front they also bring in a selection of offerings from some great local spots.
We did it guys! On Sunday December 7th nine of the city’s finest restaurants paired up with 9 local breweries and created some simply spectacular sandwich and craft beer pairings! People came and ate and drank all while raising money for a really great charity!