Brewmasters dinner at the english inn

Beverages and food have a merry meeting at this special event

Join in a fun evening featuring award winning beer from Vancouver Island Brewery and fresh seasonal cuisine by Food for Thought Catering on Aug 19.

Set among the gardens of Esquimalt’s English Inn, guests will enjoy a four-course menu that showcases farm-to-table dishes paired with local award-winning beer, served long-table style, allowing your evening to be enhanced both by conversation and location.

The evening begins with a welcome reception at 5:30pm with dinner promptly at 6pm.

Please reserve as seating is limited.

This event is for only 19+ – no minors allowed. Go to victoriachamber.ca for information.

 

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