Thai Snacks, Great Beer And Film Pair Up At Maenam For Screening Of CRAFT

West 4th’s crticially acclaimed Maenam is located at 1938 West 4th Ave in Kits | 604-730-5579 | www.maenam.ca

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Vancouver, BC | Maenam and Glassbender Brewing are proud to present a screening of the independent film, CRAFT (trailer below). Film, food and craft beer buffs will gather at Maenam on November 5 for the first pairing event for Glassbender Farmhouse Ale from Postmark Brewing. Maenam—which makes an appearance in the film—is the first restaurant to pour the bottle-conditioned Farmhouse Ale. On this special evening, guests will each receive their own bottle of Farmhouse to enjoy during a screening of the new documentary by filmmaker, Cicerone, and Postmark brewmaster, Craig Noble.

A limited number of tickets are available for this one-night-only event. Each ticket includes Thai peanuts and popcorn, a bottle of Farmhouse Ale and, following the film, eight different snacks by Chef Angus An. Tickets can be purchased online. Details after the jump…

Maenam and Glassbender Brewing Present A Screening of the Movie CRAFT
Wednesday, November 5 | 6:30pm to 9:30pm | $75/person

Ticket price includes:
Film screening
1 750ml bottle of Postmark Brewing’s Glassbender Farmhouse Ale
Thai Spiced Peanuts and Popcorn
Scallop Ceviche
Maenam Chicken Wings
Thai Sausage Lettuce Wraps
Egg Net Rolls
Chicken Satays
Betal Leaf with Grilled Prawns
Northern Style Sausage with Chili Relish
Northeastern Style Beef Tartare on Pork Crackling

Details

1938 W. 4th Ave Vancouver, BC V6J 1M5 | MAP
Telephone: 604-730-5579
Fax: 604-730-5675
Web: www.maenam.ca
Email: info@maenam.ca

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People

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Angus An – Executive Chef

About Maenam

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The cuisine at Maenam is rooted in balancing intense fresh flavours with seasonal ingredients and locally sourced products, while always considering the context within which these dishes would traditionally be enjoyed. Simplicity, innovation and balance are the key ingredients in chef Angus An’s philosophy behind the authentic Thai dishes served at Maenam. With inspiration found in continuous travel, the menu at Maenam is ever-changing but always served with Thai flare and enjoyed in its traditional context, be it family style dining or riffs on Thai street food.

Reviews

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Thai One OnAlexandra GillGlobe & Mail

Maenam Rocks Thai in KitsilanoAnya LevykhMetro News

“10 Restaurants Worth Leaving the Ship For” – Sara Dickerman | The New York Times

“The Best Restaurants in Vancouver” – Neal McLennan | Cooking Light

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