Doug parked illegally in front of the garbage bin behind Craft and we went through the back doors into the kitchen. Everyone was kitchen-busy, but luckily, one was kind enough to demonstrate Craft's Mountain View Chicken preparation, which is what we'd come to see.
Craft (which is not a macaroni and cheese bar, which is not such a crazy assertion when one is hearing the word and not looking at it being spelled with a "c"), serves approximately one million beers on tap and has a menu and an attitude that boasts many local and delicious insertions. For example, they use Alberta Mountain View chickens, which also happen to be available at Bite Groceteria.
These chickens live their lives injection-free and free run. Of course, after they're slaughtered (Halal), we can do whatever we want with them. Craft soaks theirs in a honey brine, then injects them with apple juice and Grasshopper beer! Afterwards, the chickens are rubbed with Craft's special seasoning (which includes oregano and paprika) and then they are roasted until perfect (see pictures).
I had a pint of Guiness and Doug drank Le Grand Chouffe. By the time we were through, the place was really filling up, which it does. Doug's car was still out back (!) and we left.
Have a Great Day, and bring home a Mountain View chicken.