BEERHOUSE

You can find us on Long Street in Cape Town, and Fourways in Johannesburg. Relax and enjoy our contemporary beer hall with its 25 taps and our legendary ’99 Bottles’ of the best local and international beer.

Our emphasis is the curation of beers and a service standard that sets the trend in the hospitality industry. Our beer is served by the most knowledgeable and passionate staff in the industry, and our food is crafted by an internationally experienced kitchen team specifically to compliment our large beer variety.

We see ourselves as a hub for all things beer, and we strive to incubate the ideals of craft while supporting local micro-breweries and giving them a podium to shine on and to deliver their qualities to the world.

Welcome to the Beer Revolution.

STAY THIRSTY. STAY CURIOUS.

Cask Ale at Beerhouse on Long

Join us and Steve Peel from Shackleton Brewing Company for some Cask Ale poured from a traditional beer engine, a Q&A on the art of cask and some merriment from 6:30pm till 8:30pm Friday 1st June.

We will be tapping a cask of delicious Shackleton Brewing Company’s Pale Ale! We have long been admirers of this traditional method and technique of conditioning and serving beer.

But why all the fuss? What’s the difference between cask and keg?

That old adage, “they don’t make them like they use to”, rings true when it comes to cask. Cask ale is a beer at it’s best and purest form that gives a gentler level of carbonation, a rounder mouthfeel, and since it is unfiltered, usually shows a slightly more complex flavour and aromatic profile to kegged beer. It is considered a live product due to yeast sediment in suspension which conditions the beer naturally. Keg’s while presenting a beer almost brewery fresh can’t compete with the changing and evolving complexity of a cask ale.

Welcome to the past where some things were made better!

Join us for monthly Cask Tapping Ceremonies. Keep an eye on our Facebook events for dates.


Beerhouse Centurion to move on

It is with regret that we announce the closing of Beerhouse Centurion to reopen at a new location. In our 18 months of opening, we have been privileged to serve the community with our curated variety of beer, brew food and events. We have had some truly wonderful guests who have further enriched our diverse tapestry.

We pride ourselves on the values of transparency, diversity and integrity and with this, in mind, we wish to thank everyone that came to our yellow house of beer and enjoyed our curated variety of beer, brew food and events. Unfortunately, we could not make it a viable business at this location due to forces out of the site management and staff’s control. It is no secret that we have struggled to make the shop profitable and have held town hall meetings with the local community, industry representatives and staff to find a way to resolve our challenges.

 

We actioned many ideas generated from this open forum over the last three months. While we did see an increase in new faces we could not fill our large house consistently enough to keep trading.

Many lessons have been learnt which will make our future growth stronger. With two established business we will look to forge on with our vision of ‘beer connecting people’ galvanizing our teams resolve.

It is regrettable with such closure that job losses are unavoidable. We have endeavored to re-employ as many of our staff as possible at our Beerhouse Fourways branch. However, we are appealing to you and local business to contact us for employment leads and opportunities. Please email centurion@beerhouse.co.za and we will supply you with CVs of well trained and loyal staff.

We now look to relocate in the Gauteng area and are excited about some opportunities. We will need your help with this. Find us a new location in Irene, Pretoria or Johannesburg and win all 99 bottles of beer.  Email leads to centurion@beerhouse.co.za

We have contacted our suppliers and will be honouring all our agreements. If you have any queries please contact accounts@beerhouse.co.za .

Our last trading day with this Saturday the 26th May. Join us for some beer, brewfood and Local is Lekker Live Music line up!

Cheers for the Beers!

The Beerhouse Team.

 


Local is Lekker Live Music Night at Beerhouse Centurion

 

Come to Beerhouse Centurion for a FREE night of your favorite local artists right on your door step. 

6:30pm – Tuin
7:30pm – ABREU
8:30pm – Miss Heidi & The Bar Room Bandits

FREE ENTRY

Booking is essential – 012 663 1211 or centurion@beerhouse.co.za

Tuin is an upcoming singer song writer from Pretoria blowing crowds away with her unique voice. This barefoot vocal activist will take you on a musical journey like none other. There is a massive gap and need for a new Sa Rock female vocalist – Tuin ticks all the requirements.

ABREU is a South African Trio that has “brewed” their own mixture of sounds to bring you the uniqueness of their on-stage presence and music.
The dynamic combination of Isak Deetlefs (Guitar and Vocals),
Michelle du Toit (Cajun Drum and Vocals) and Jacques de Villiers
(Guitar and Vocals) makes what they do a sound in a league of its
own. Abreu has the advantage to entertain listeners with a wide
repertoire of songs across many genres.

Miss Heidi & The Bar Room Bandits Is a South African Country-Blues-Rock band formed in Pretoria in the beginning of 2017. The group consists of founding member Miss Heidi Kriel (vocals, guitar, song-writer), Wim Van Vuuren (drums) and a variety of well-known guitarists and bassists that has had their own fair share of time on many stages throughout SA. These include Mark Saunders, Derius Erasmus, Andre Liebenberg, Nico Saunders and Franco Jamneck.

Please check out the Facebook Event for updates.


Beerhouse on Long Charity Pub Quiz

Break your brain at the Beerhouse Pub Quiz on Thursday the 14th of June from 7pm with Lions Clubs International.

Entry – R50 per person
Teams – 6 or 8 per team

Amazing prizes up for grabs!

All proceeds from ticket sales go to the Lions Clubs International!

Lions are the world’s largest Service Club Organisation.
Theirr 46,000 clubs and 1.4+ million members make them the world’s largest service club organization. They’re also one of the most effective. Their members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere they work, they make friends: with children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people they may never meet.

Play for good #atBEERHOUSE. Make a difference.

Please check out the Facebook event for updates!

 


June First Thursday at Beerhouse on Long

How is it June already!?
Let’s ring in the mark of the first half of the year with an amazing First Thursday line-up.

8pm: The Hills Band
9pm: Jackal and the Wind
10pm: DJ Branny

Entrance is free!

The Hills Band – We are The Hills. An indie rock band from Cape Town, South Africa.

Jackal and the Wind – Jackal and the Wind is an independent band from Stellenbosch, South Africa. The band has been gaining steady acclaim since its inception in 2013. Their signature track, ‘The Ukulele Song’ put them on the map when it gained a cult following among the student demographic with 270 000+ impressions on SoundCloud and top honours on the Digital Forest Live Sessions in the same year.

The band’s whimsical name is reminiscent of the yearning of the jackal and the intangible emotion of a howling wind, and pays homage to their wish to whisk their listeners away to a world without boundaries by means of their emotive harmonies.

Please check out the Facebook event for updates!