On Oct.9-22nd, enjoy a Karmeliet Tripel, la Trappe Quad, Gavroche or Bellerose at Chez Meme Baguette Bistro and be entered to win a basket of swag including 2 tickets to Vancouver Whitecaps match on Oct. 25th vs Houston Dynamo.
Draw will be made at restaurant closing on Oct. 22nd.
LA TROP Beers from SAINT-TROPEZ get their 3rd award in the first year of their launch! The World Beer Awards contest is THE International Competition awarding the best beers at an international level. The final of the competition took place in London yesterday. The best beers were blind tasted by a jury divided into different geographical areas. In total, more than 3,000 beers from 45 countries compete every year!
LA TROP BLANCHE WON ANTOHER MEDAL! THIS DELICATE AND UNIQUE RECIPE GOT BRONZE INTO WHITE BEER SELECTION. Just launched earlier this year, our beers LA TROP from Saint-Tropez (3 recipies : Rosée, White, Amber) have already received 3 awards! After a SILVER medal, then a BRONZE medal at Paris, in February it time for this prestigious international contest, the BEER WORLD AWARDS!
Award winning New Zealand craft beer producer, Renaissance Brewing, is situated in the heart of Marlborough wine country at the top of New Zealand's south island. The aim is to make beers that rival the grape based cousins. They produce top end, ultra-premium ales that enlighten the palate and thrill the senses. Their commitment is to use local ingredients. They are one of the pioneers of craft brewing in New Zealand. The beers nicely showcase New Zealand hops and malt in a range of British, American and European styles.
Try all 5 of their award winning beers, including the limited edition "Tribute Barley Wine" now available in BC.
Brasserie Caulier has just shipped us a couple of incredible summer beers and we scored a few bottles of Scaldis Blonde Tripel.
604355 Paix Dieu Special, an Abbaye Strong Ale with 10% alc/vol, 12*750ml per case wholesaling at $7.10 per bottle. Paix Dieu (Peace God) is the only abbey beer brewed the nights of full moon. This beer was formerly produced at the abbey of Peace God, and the lunar calendar played a central role. In order to maintain the soul of the abbey, the brewery must produce this beer only once per month, the nights of full moon. The result? A tripel of 10% creamy and full of character; an artisanal beer in the purest tradition of Belgian beers of abbey. Each bottle is vintage to help you compare each mash tun.
693770 Bon Secours Blueberry is a delicious Belgian Fruit Beer with 7% alc/vol, 24*330ml bottles per case and wholesales for $3.50 per bottle. Blueberry Bon Secours is a traditional beer which has been fermented three times and is brewed with blueberries. Whole fruits are added to the brewing boat, a process less and less used for producing fruit beers. No sugar is added. It is first fermented while the mash-tun is brewing, a second time while the fruits macerate in a cold cellar, and a third in bottle. Blueberry Bon Secours pours a dark red color topped by a compact and slightly reddish head. It releases strong aromas of blueberries along with scents of hops and light acidity. In the mouth, the beer is dry and thirst-quenching with fine fruity notes confronted to bitterness and a presence of alcohol sharper than in other fruit beers. You can’t miss this Belgian fruit-flavoured beer.
Also, the incredible but tough to get Scaldis Blonde Tripel is back. Limited quantities so get yours now! 479253 Scaldis Blonde Tripel, Belgian Strong Pale Ale, 10.5%alc/vol 6*750ml bottles per case, wholesale $9.25/bottle. Created in 2008, Scaldis Blonde Tripel is refermented in the bottle and sealed with a champagne cork. This semi-sweet brew is crisp, malty and finely balanced.
Make sure you get to Tamam Fine Palestinian Cuisine, 2616 E Hastings St., Vancouver from July 10 through 24 for their special Belgian Beer Days. Take home your Gulden Draak, Saison Dupont or Duchesse de Bourgogne glass and enter to win Vancouver Whitecaps vs. San Jose Earthquakes game.
Great food, great beer and great events are at Tamam.