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Issue 147

March 2014


Even our fish love beer.

It's a FAQ

Where did the name C'est What come from?

The etymology is a little hazy after a quarter of a century but the legend spun by our founder involves a quantity of beer and a loud party. He was asked the name of the yet to be built restaurant and responded: "Say what?"

More FAQs can be found online.

Brewery of The Month

We are joining forces with Wellington, staring down the last gasp of winter, and presenting a Bacon And Beer night on Tuesday March 4.

This is your chance to celebrate "Hogtown" with an all-inclusive four-course tapas-style food and beer pairing.

Advance tickets are available online for $60 (all-in).

We will be featuring Wellington's Terestrial India Brown Ale all month.

Suzana d'Amour

Suzana d’Amour has an arresting quirkiness, sound, and swagger that is entirely and unmistakably hers. Lush, layered theatrical pop with world underpinnings served up with a whopping dose of drama and verve.

Advance tickets are available online for $8 (all-in).



It's interesting that when you stick with something for 26 years how some things start to add up: Like sore feet from serving 3,360,000 pints of craft beer and 58,000 bottles of VQA wine to date.

Every year we add another staggering (literally) 180,000 pints and 3,000 bottles to the totals. The enormous activity in the local brewing scene is evident in the fact that we have been able to sell 320 different brews from four-dozen breweries in the past year. This is triple what we were able to offer just a few years ago. Great Lakes Brewery was the biggest contributor to this diversity in 2013 with twenty unique brews.