33 Acres & Joe Leary To Join Nicli’s Next Door For Beer-Themed Feast On Jan. 26


The GOODS from Nicli’s Next Door

Vancouver, BC | On January 26th, join Nicli’s Next Door, 33 Acres Brewing and Joe Leary, host of Just Here for the Beer radio show, for a night of beer and delicious food. Chef Josh Gale will take your taste buds on a tour of local delights only BC has to offer. With the help of Bar Manager, Carolyn Yu, each of the four courses will be paired with a 33 Acres beer – specially chosen to enhance the flavours of the evening.


House-made bread

1st Course
Burger and beer tartar
(paired with 33 Acres of Life California Common)

2nd Course
BC mussels with beer and bacon broth
(paired with 33 Acres of Euphoria)

3rd Course
Beer braised venison on beer polenta
(paired with 33 Acres of Darkness)

4th Course
Dessert – hops & barley
(paired with 33 Acres of Sunshine)

$75 (tax + gratuity included) | Four course dinner – each course paired with beer
Event starts at 6:30 pm | Book your seat now before the event sells out



68 East Cordova St. | Vancouver, BC | V6A 1K2
Telephone: 604.669.6985
Web: www.niclisnextdoor.com | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram


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The People Who Make It Happen


Owner: Bill McCaig
Chef: Josh Gale



Nicli’s Next Door literally sits right next door to Nicli Antica Pizzeria. While Nicli Antica Pizzeria focuses strictly on pizza, the second establishment from owner Bill McCaig, opened in summer 2014, set out to celebrate more traditional Italian fare.

Chef Josh Gale’s focus on high-quality ingredients and beautifully presented dishes come together to create an authentically Italian experience. The menu offers a variety of small plates which encourage sharing while fresh, house-made pasta dishes promise to satiate any appetite.

In addition to dinner service, neighbours and friends are welcome to gather for lunch or stop by for a beverage and small bite prior to a night on the town. Prohibition era cocktails as well as modern classics complement a curated wine list which simplifies decision making with options divided by mood — are you easygoing or more daring tonight?

With the hues of red brick and wood tables, the inviting warmth of the restaurant entices you to get comfortable and stay awhile.



Vancouver Sun | The Globe & Mail | Vancouver Foodster

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