Down the Hatch provides the best atmosphere for your special event.
With a beautiful bar setup designed by Adam,
we offer a professional and affordable service where our experienced bartenders can take over and give you the confidence that your event will run smoothly.
Providing the most appealing bartending setup for your events is our specialty
but we also pride ourselves on our add-on services, especially our unique, delicious candy buffets or refreshing punch and water stations!
Our specialities are weddings, work functions, production wrap parties and banquets
but we offer customised packages to suit your bartending and special event needs.
We service the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley including: Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, New Westminister, Richmond, Tswwassen, Delta,
Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Maple Ridge, Abbotsford, Mission and Chilliwack
Adam Rauma noticed his passion for art early in life. Having both drawn and painted in various mediums for over 16 years, he inherently incorporates his artistic mindset to any endeavor.
Having years of bartending experience in the casino industry and over one hundred special events, Adam found that he gained the most fulfillment from interacting with guests and being able to incorporate his artistic vision to make events unique and memorable. With his artistic skill-set, years of bartending experience and passion for people, Adam eagerly sought out knowledgeable entrepreneur Keenan Beavis to start Down the Hatch.
Business Development Manager
Keenan Beavis is a successful entrepreneur with a drive for bringing the best quality service to his clients.
Always eager to try something new, Keenan was excited to partner with experienced bartender Adam Rauma to start Down the Hatch. Putting his diploma in Business Administration to work, Keenan manages business development.
Giving back to the community has always been a priority for Keenan, his past projects include: Co-ordinating the ‘Sharks’ volunteer and leadership development program for the City of Langley, being a member of the Langley Youth Advisory Committee and promoting post-secondary schooling to local youth through the Ch’nook Indigenous Business Education program.