Press

Beerhouse Operations, Beer:

Murray ‘Beer Whisperer‘ Slater

Beer Industry & investor relations:
Randolf ‘Head Dreamer’ Jorberg
phone: +27-79-7301010

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Fresh from the Beerhouse tap.
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What others say or write about the Beerhouse:

Mail & Guardian covered the Beerhouse in a one-page feature titled “Is it beer o’clock in Cape Town yet?” and immediately answered that question “Yes. Yes it is. And time flies at the Beerhouse in Long Street, where the range of ale is matched by the quality of the food.”

GQ observed “Beerhouse has become something of a national landmark for travellers and liquid lunchers”

The Critics from EatOut came and said: “The reason to visit is the range of beers, but the food ain’t half bad either. Chips are a triumph: golden brown, crispy on the outside, creamy and perfectly cooked in the centre and served with mayo and tomato ketchup, they are everything a chip aspires to be.”

eNCA did run this report as part of their hourly news coverage:

logo-ctm-en-new Cape Town Magazine wrote about us in the english and german edition: “So, with a huge open-plan upstairs area, big communal wooden tables with bench seating, an extensive street-side balcony and a 15-m long bar, the new pub may look and feel like an authentic German beer garden, but in fact, it’s billed to be far more global in outlook, offering a huge assortment of both craft and industrial ales from around the world.


the-craft-beer-projectThe Craft Beer Project (Lucy Corne) wrote: “From the bubble and foam design of the multi-page menus to the keg and tap type basins in the toilets, there is no doubting what Beerhouse on Long’s passion is. After months of anticipation, the doors to this beer-centric bar have finally opened and the team behind the bar couldn’t have chosen a more appropriate date for the official launch – International Beer Day.

 

Press Coverage

  • Eat Out

    Is there any better pairing for mac ‘n cheese than a crisp, icy beer to cut through the richness? Didn’t think so. Order the Beerhouse mac ’n cheese dish with a Dijon and cream cheese reduction, Klein River 12-month-aged gruyère, peppadews and smoked bacon. This gloriousness is served with garlic bread to mop up any leftover sauce for R75.

  • Craft Beer Austin

    A small chain in South Africa, called Beerhouse, has also joined the growing craft beer scene. With two locations, one on the main bar street of Cape Town and the other being outside of Johannesburg, they are known for their large selection of local beers in bottles, along with their tap wall.

  • Financial Mail

    Randolf Jorberg, the founder of the Beerhouse restaurant chain, is looking at a crowdsourcing solution to expand his operation. He wants to emulate how UK craft beer makers BrewDog raised £84m by offering fans of its beer shares along with added benefits like discounts on beers and invitations to exclusive events. Jorberg says he is drawn to this model because he wants investors who understand that there will be times when he will choose to do something that might not be in the immediate financial interest of the business, but will benefit it eventually.

  • The Culture Trip

    This one-of-a-kind contemporary bar boasts a menu that consists of 25 taps and a legendary 99 bottles of local and international beer, 75 percent of which are brewed locally. Their customer service is of the highest quality with knowledgeable and passionate staff available to comply with your requests.

  • Weekend Argus

    A dream of pulling the city a pint From online business in Bochum’s ‘Bermuda Triangle’ to drawing a brew in the city EMPORIUM: A veteran of the German online industry, Randolf Jorberg first came to Cape Town in 2007 and, since then, has enjoyed the freedom to realise ideas incorporating the best of two worlds. Bored with building yet another online business and excited by his OMClub party where every year more than 4 000 online marketers get together in Cologne, the idea for Beerhouse was born.

Press Releases

  • A dream of pulling the city a pint From online business in Bochum’s ‘Bermuda Triangle’ to drawing a brew in the city EMPORIUM: A veteran of the German online industry, Randolf Jorberg first came to Cape Town in 2007 and, since then, has enjoyed the freedom to realise ideas incorporating the best of two worlds. Bored with building yet another online business and excited by his OMClub party where every year more than 4 000 online marketers get together in Cologne, the idea for Beerhouse was born.