Chinatown’s “Bestie” Finally Gets Its Long Awaited Permission To Pour Beer

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by Andrew Morrison | A month after serving its first currywursts at 105 East Pender in Chinatown, Bestie finally served its first beers last night to the gentle sounds of an Oompah fellow who was brought in to herald the liqour license’s arrival, German-style. To compliment their sausage selection, they’re serving Coal Harbour 311 Helles Lager (brewed with the same yeast strain from the Paulaner Brewery in Munich), Driftwood Crooked Coast Altbier, Driftwood White Bark Witbier, and Red Racer Pilsner in the vessels seen above. Co-owner Dane Brown notes that they “also have Schneiderweisse in half litre bottles for any homesick Deutschlanders.” And there was much rejoicing.

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