Bridge Brewing gets lounge licence, debuts artisan taco kitchen

– North Vancouver, BC

Bridge Brewing takes their brewery to the next level by opening their kitchen and introducing Chef Krissy Seymour. Their new all-day menu will offer a selection of tacos based upon seasonal and local ingredients. All sauces and salsas are made in-house with meat being purchased locally in North Vancouver from Two Rivers Specialty Meats. The menu includes:

  • Jerk pulled pork with pineapple salsa, avocado crema and pickled red cabbage
  • Lime and coconut braised chicken with sprouts, crushed peanuts and sweet chilli
  • Buffalo paneer with yam and black beans, chipotle, and cilantro yogurt

What’s up next? Bridge has received its lounge license and is looking forward to expanding hours of operation and building a patio with outside seating for the summer.

“We are thrilled to expand beyond beer – with our new lounge licence, customers can stick around and enjoy a bite to eat along with their pint of beer,” says Bridge Brewing co-founder, Jason Stratton.

Since opening their doors in 2012 beer lovers all over B.C. have discovered Bridge Brewing’s great tasting, high quality craft beer. Beginning as Vancouver’s first nano brewery – people voted with their mouths and they have grown from 930 square feet to 15,000. Bridge Brewing is a 99% waste free brewery and is focused heavily on it’s environmental and community impact.

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