The Beerhouse visited Infinity Culinary Training students on Monday. The NGO based at Moyo in Kirstenbosch Gardens is dedicated to improving lives through cooking. The course lasts six weeks and trains the students in culinary arts and empowers them with skills and self confidence. Armed with a signed copy of Lucy Corne’s “African Brew” we gave a presentation on beer & food. the presentation covered a brief history of beer, the brewing process, beer styles, cooking with beer and food matching. The students were very receptive and engaging and were a pleasure to present to. We will be taking on a couple of the graduated students when we open and are looking forward to working with ICT chefs in the future. We donated our signed copy of “African Brew” to the school so they can develop their understanding of beer as a food ingredient.
We are not only building the Beerhouse venue on Long Street, but also busy working to build a real badass beer-loving crew to operate the place. We are currently in the middle of the interview process and already found some amazing people to join our amazing team, but still looking to fill a few positions. To reach this goal, we are now asking you for your help.
Win a R500 bar tab simply for helping your beer loving friends find the job of their dreams!
Make sure they mention your name when filling in the questionnaire and if we end up hiring the candidate you referred to us, you will be rewarded with a R500 bar tab to spend on the 99 different beers we’re serving at the Beerhouse!
We’re looking for the following positions to join our team:
Please email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and fill out the questionnaire to apply. But hurry to fill out the form ASAP for a chance to join us right from the beginning. We’re starting our last round of interviews next week and will continue with our week-long training (that includes getting paid to visit breweries and drink beer!) that will start early July and you’ll start your position once we open the doors sometime late July…
It’s getting busy at Beerhouse. If you blink an eye you miss so much. The guys from Projectmen are stepping it up as we approach our opening in July. The Beerhouse bar is starting to take shape. It curls around the the heart of our operation, a large 7x3x3 cold room, which will lovingly house our beers. Direct access to cold keg beer affords us the opportunity to serve beer at perfect condition with minimal waste. Keep posted this is getting very interesting. Stay Thirsty, Stay Curious!