Posts Tagged ‘Moa Brewing’

Gastrofork: Hop & Vine Taphouse Moa Brewing Longtable Dinner

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by camilla

Moa DinnerI love going to Hop and Vine hands down. Every time I go to a long table or dinner, I learn something new, eat great food and drink lots of beer. What more could you ask for as a foodie, and even someone who’s just hungry? I was really lucky to be able to attend their Moa Brewing Longtable. I love Hop and Vine, because there are nights I do want a pub experience but not the unhealthy food that is connected to pub-life. And Hop and Vine always has interesting, delicious, home cooked food…

… The St. Joseph was my favorite, hands down. Josh and I went to the liquor store attached to Hop and Vine after and bought a whole box of this. It is hoppy, but it is a very well balanced beer that the hops are also paired with wonderful sweet and spiced notes as well.

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Hello Vancity: Hop & Vine Taphouse Moa Brewing Longtable Dinner

Posted on: October 10th, 2014 by camilla

Hello Vancity - Moa Longtable

Tucked away in a small plaza in North Burnaby, Hop & Vine Taphouse may be easy to miss. Yet, many locals of Burnaby know it very, very well. Hop & Vine Taphouse, know as the “neighborhood pub”, features a menu created by Chef Daniela Iaci. Much of Chef Iaci’s food is influenced by her travels around the world.

Each month Hop & Vine Taphouse hosts a variety of events, including a Longtable Dinner, which allows guests to sample five courses paired with five beers for just $40. The uniqueness of a Longtable is that it encourages you to try new food and drinks with friends and strangers. And as you’ve probably guessed…you’ll be seated at a long table. This is a great experience if you’re looking for something fun to do for date night or just in the mood to socialize.

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Mike’s Craft Beer: Pumphouse Taproom Moa Brewing Longtable Dinner

Posted on: October 4th, 2014 by camilla

I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Moa Longtable Dinner at the Pumphouse in Richmond. It was a great event and I want to give a special thanks to Executive Chef Daniela Iaci who did an amazing job creating gluten free options for my wife on the fly.

This was a really fun event; a large section of the restaurant was put aside for it with, appropriately, long tables so large groups of people sit together and get to know each other.  5 courses are paired with 5 different beers, which would be fantastic as an event on its own, but the really great part was that we were given a good amount of time between each course to discuss the food, the beer and the pairing.

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Becks’ Beer Blog: Pumphouse Taproom Moa Brewing Longtable Dinner

Posted on: October 3rd, 2014 by camilla

moa methodeAs always the food was great and paired well with the beers. I really liked the Moa beers – first time I’d had them and I’m now a fan! Thanks Pumphouse!

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