$7 for $15 Worth of Upscale Pub Fare and Craft Beer at The BottleHouse Beer Parlour

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Winston Churchill was famous for the high standards he applied to alcohol, quipping that "Liquor is quicker, but get me a single-malt scotch with moon rocks in it! I'm the English president!" Be like Ol' Winnie with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of upscale pub fare and craft beer at The BottleHouse Beer Parlour, located on 10 Street Northwest in Kensington.

The BottleHouse populates its menu with a small city of aromatic plates and more than 40 varieties of Canadian brewed ales, lagers, stouts, pilsners, IPAs, and more alongside sips from around the world. Grab a few from The BottleHouse's selection of Canadian microbrews, such as the Powder Hound pilsner from Alberta's own Grizzly Paw Brewing Company ($5.25) or Unibroue's La Fin Du Monde ($5.75), or settle in with a draft beer such as What the Huck, a huckleberry wheat ale from Fernie Brewing Co. ($6.25). The Canadian crab cake trio ($9.95) can complement your pour with crispy fried Canadian rock crab cakes hand molded and enlivened with an avocado quenelle. Arcade-game overachievers will want to treat gastro baskets to the street fighter burger ($13.95), a plucking of prime Peruvian beef carrying a protein pack of back bacon, fried egg, and havarti cheese, sprinkled with tortilla strips and, like a Greek god, slathered with flavourful kalamata mayo. A Lethbridge chicken breast stars in the alfredo chicken penne ($13.65), which features white-button mushrooms and julienne onions dancing in and out of garlic-alfredo-laden penne.

Rustic light fixtures, smooth wood furniture, and exposed stone create a laid-back, fun atmosphere within The BottleHouse Beer Parlour. The friendly atmosphere and boatload of beer selections make this spot a suitable site for catching up with old friends, throwing down an ale with coworkers, or devising alibis with co-conspirators.


The BottleHouse Beer Parlour was featured on the Food Network blog and are you gonna eat that?, and 92 per cent of Urbanspooners like it:

  • …this pub stands out because of their focus on Canadian brews and great food. – Dan Clapson, Food Network
  • Pubs are also not known for pasta but taking the waitress’ word for it, I went out on a limb and tried the seafood curry fettucini…I almost fell out of my bar chair. Six pieces of plump seared prawns were mixed in with meaty sea scallops, not-clumpy pasta and a just-right cream sauce. – are you gonna eat that?

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Apr 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table, 2 per table of 6 or more. Not valid on daily specials. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About BottleHouse Pub & Eatery

BottleHouse Pub & Eatery’s signature wings are first slathered in a housemade hot sauce—a combination of sweet and spicy—then dunked into an asiago dip. The chefs also craft a signature burger, stacking a handmade patty, pickled mayo, and sautéed onions atop a potato bun. Other creative endeavors at the pub include buttermilk-fried chicken, and apple pancakes at brunch. Meals are served at cozy tables, or at the sleek wooden bar horseshoed against a rustic stone wall.

The BottleHouse Beer Parlour

Restaurant, American
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