One must bond with many things in life. It could be love, it could be something material or something you can only imagine. Viscous to solid and then back again.
33 Acres of Resin is our Double Red Ale brewed to showcase the pungent explosive Simcoe Hop. Just in time for the holidays, this orange, earthy, caramel treat lingers with a pine and resin finish.
Available now in our tasting room for fills and glasses for a limited time.
Opened in October 2010 and quickly becoming a local staple, Meat & Bread is as simple and tasty as it sounds. The lunch shop, which has Vancouver locations in Gastown and downtown, sources ethically raised meat from British Columbia that is then expertly and passionately prepared. The idea, inspired by a now-closed restaurant in Ireland called Gruel, was to open a small shop that served one kind of roasted meat sandwich carved right on the spot. From there, it was settled on Porchetta. “Porchetta is an Italian culinary tradition, consisting of savoury, fatty, and moist pork loin and belly,” says manager Colleen McVeigh, who has been with the company for over four years. “The body of the pig is deboned, arranged carefully with layers of herbs, rolled, and slow roasted. We then thinly carve the roast and serve it on ciabatta with salsa verde and crackling.” Aside from the beloved Porchetta, Meat & Bread also offers a Meatball sandwich, as well as a Daily Special based on what is fresh and inspiring to the kitchen.
Meat & Bread has been carrying 33 Acres since the spring of 2015, currently serving up Ocean that McVeigh says can stand up “like a champ” to both the Porchetta and Meatball options. “The light caramel and hop flavour would balance nicely with the spices in the beefy meatballs and tomato sauce,” she adds. McVeigh has been a friend of ours since the beginning, stopping by the tasting room just days after we opened and cozying up with 33 Acres of Sunshine. From then on, she says, “I was hooked.” The feeling is certainly mutual, and we couldn’t be happier that Meat & Bread has since expanded to Victoria and Seattle. Sandwich by mouth-watering sandwich, the shop proves that lunch can be both quick and of quality.
All over the world, countless equals have united to enjoy a spot of coffee or cheers a pint of beer. Blending the best of both worlds, this co-creative collabo offers authentic taste and quality with zero compromise for either inspired party. Lightly hopped Bock lagers are historically associated with special occasions, so when coffee and beer coalesce locally, every serving becomes momentous.
Phil & Sebastion‘s Alemu Bukato beans were cold pressed by our coff33 crew and then infused with a German Bock to create a beer that is truly #b33runch worthy. With community spirit firmly rooted by our true north strong and free, 33 Acres of Coff33 warms the hearts of cool minds, loving every body who gratefully sips day and/or night.
Available now in our tasting room.