Savage Scenes Of Carnivorous Debauchery From Sunday’s Brewery & The Beast

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If you found yourself in Vancouver this past Sunday, wondering in a drooling stupor where all the dizzyingly meaty smells were coming from, chances are it was the wafting perfume of Brewery & The Beast. Sprawled across the Concord Pacific Lot on the northeast corner shore of False Creek, the fifth annual outdoor meat and beer festival brought together roughly 50 of the city’s better restaurants to do their carnivorous best to impress a sold out crowd of meat-loving beer and cider drinkers. Our friend Jessica Hollingsworth was there and took the following shots for us, glass in hand. Best get a napkin…

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