GOODS from Strange Fellows
Vancouver, BC | As fall shifts to winter, it is said that the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead becomes thin, and spirits of the dead return to visit. Fearful of these wandering spirits, some people wear masks to fool them into believing that they too are from the other world. Others leave food on their doorsteps to dissuade hungry ghosts from entering the house, while others celebrate the lives of loved ones who have passed on, welcoming them home with flowers, candles and food.
We welcome all spirits – both living and dead – to join us for a festive evening of music, beer and masquerade, in honour of the traditions that bind us.
Saturday, October 28th, 7-9pm
Las Estrellas | Vancouver’s own super-fantastic, all-female Mariachi Band will serenade spirits from 7-9pm
Blackmail Cask | We will tap a cask of chipotle-infused stout
Masquerading Souls will receive a beer on the house
Sunday October 22nd, 1-4pm
With wandering souls of the dead on the loose, best protect your home from evil spirits with a Jack-o-lantern on your doorstep. Bring friends and family by for an afternoon of pumpkin carving. Families welcome.
1345 Clark Drive | Vancouver, BC | V5L 3K9
Telephone: 604-215-0092 | Email: info [at] strangefellowsbrewing.com
Web: www.strangefellowsbrewing.com | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram
Winter Hours: Mon-Thurs 2pm to 11pm & Fri-Sun 12pm to 11pm
Strange Fellows: Aaron Jonckheere & Iain Hill
Fellow About Town/Sales: Nick Black
Fellow in the Room/Bar Manager: Kayin Fields
Strange Fellows Brewing is the creation of Iain Hill & Aaron Jonckheere, erstwhile strangers who each dreamed of starting A brewery. When a mutual friend decided they should meet, little did they know this would be the first step they would take toward realizing their common dream.
Iain is a craftsman who takes great interest in life’s details. An award-winning brewer with over 20 years experience, he is compelled to create beer that is unique & rooted in authenticity. As a pioneer of BC’s craft brewing industry, Iain has achieved many firsts , but the need to start his own BREWERY grew stronger over the years. He had always been INSPIRED to have a place where he could create the beer he dreamed of, so when BY chance he met Aaron, he was ready.
Aaron is a daydreamer & wanderer with a keen interest in the TRADITION & CREATIVITY of craft brewing. Exposure to great beer by way of his Belgian heritage, & being a third-generation home brewer himself, provided the desire THAT GOES with starting a brewery. He was just missing a brewing partner to do it with. So Aaron followed his vision to create a place that would make the beer he loved to drink. And on a cold winter day, his path led to Iain.
Iain & Aaron don’t always see eye-to-eye, but BEYOND their differences they do agree on what they want to make: Beer inspired by THE Old World, but brewed right here on the West Coast. Far from ORDINARY, these two strangers have gone from daydreaming to creating the brewery they are proud of. When you drink a glass of Strange Fellows, you are sharing in their commitment TO unique & unapologetic beer, crafted for those who aren’t afraid to stand out in the crowd & CELEBRATE THAT WHICH IS STRANGE.
ABOUT STRANGE FELLOWS
Old World Inspired – West Coast Crafted
We are an East Vancouver craft brewery inspired by tradition and creativity that goes beyond the ordinary to celebrate that which is strange* and extraordinary.
The beer we make is influenced by both old world traditions and West coast ingenuity and often inspired by seasonal ingredients. Our barrel programme promises unique aged beers and we have a bit of a thing for sour beer.
Our Tasting Room is open daily for growler fills and gathering with friends. We offer an ever-changing selection of beer as well as tasty locally sourced grub to go with.
Our beer is on tap at many fine drinking establishments and restaurants, and our packaged product in private liquor stores around town.
Tucked in alongside the Tasting Room, the Charles Clark Gallery is a venue for artists to share their vision with exhibits changing monthly.
We invite you to celebrate with us each month as we observe a different Strange Day, inspired by obscure superstitions and folklore from around the world.
* We define strange as unique, unexpected or extraordinary