Game of Thrones Trivia Night

WHAT?

Winter is coming…..and so is the Game of Thrones trivia to Beerhouse! This is your chance to test your mettle against other Game of Thrones fans.
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Will you be Jon Snow and “know nothing” or be Tyrion Lannister and “drink and know things?”
Will your house be taking the throne?

Grab a team, prepare yourself for a quiz based on the Television Series and join us for a super fun night of all things Game of Thrones!

WHEN?

Monday 28 May from 7PM

WHERE?

BEERHOUSE FOURWAYS AND BEERHOUSE CENTURION

PRIZES

Amazing prizes to be won!

Beerhouse Fourways:

1st place – R1000
2nd place – R500
3rd place – R300
Special prize for BEST DRESSED team!

Beerhouse Centurion

1st place – R400
2nd place – R250
3rd place – Beer O’Clock Tray

ENTRY FEE

Beerhouse Fourways:

R50 per person

Maximum of 6 per team

Get Tickets HERE.

Beerhouse Centurion:

Free Entry

Maximum of 6 per team

FOOD SPECIAL

Indulge in our delicious 2 for 1 Burger Special for R85 during the Quiz (available all day).

MORE DETAILS

Check out Facebook Events for more details!

Beerhouse Fourways

Beerhouse Centurion


The Jack Parow Brandy Special Launch Tour at Beerhouse

CATCH JACK PAROW IN CONCERT ON HIS ‘KARATE WATER TOUR’ AT BEERHOUSE IN CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST CRAFT BRANDY SPECIAL IN THE COUNTRY

Get bos bef*k listening to Jack Parow and drinking Parow Brandy #atBEERHOUSE!

Beerhouse and Parow Brandy will be launching SA’s first ever craft brandy special. It doesn’t get better than 2 x Double Parow Brandy and Coke for R65!

FREE Brandy Special on Entry for everyone!

The Karate Water Tour made a stop at Beerhouse Fourways and at Beerhouse Centurion on the 31st of March.

The Karate Water Tour makes a final stop at Beerhouse on Long on the 26th of May.

Ticket Details: Online Tickets R65, Door Sales – R85, Get Tickets, HERE.

 

MEDIA STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CRAFT BEER CHAMPIONS, BEERHOUSE, INTRODUCES CRAFT BRANDY TO ITS EXTENSIVE COLLECTION TOGETHER WITH JACK PAROW

CATCH JACK PAROW IN CONCERT ON HIS ‘KARATE WATER TOUR’ AT BEERHOUSE IN CELEBRATION OF THE FIRST CRAFT BRANDY SPECIAL IN THE COUNTRY

Beerhouse, the brand that has been championing the craft beer revolution in South Africa for the last few years, is now extending its beverage offering by partnering with everyone’s favorite SA rapper, Jack Parow. Through this venture, Beerhouse will be adding craft brandy to their ‘99 bottles of beer and 25 on tap’.

Parow recently launched his very own craft ‘karate-water’ brand, Parow Brandy, after sampling the golden nectar for years. He used the wisdom gained from his brandy experiences to create an authentic brandy for the people. And it is this very Parow Brandy that can now be enjoyed at all Beerhouse branches nationwide.

Always on the forefront of innovation, Beerhouse also introduced a new food movement last year with its #BrewFood revolution – teaming up with Ultimate Braai Master winner and Laat Die Potte Prut presenter, Piet Marais (and his team), to present an exploration that brought a fusion of food and beer together. Yes, indeed food and even dessert made with beer as an ingredient.

Says Randolf Jorberg, co-owner (and ‘head dreamer’) of Beerhouse: “Apart from beer, the Beerhouse team is completely aware of South Africans’ love of ‘klippies and coke’, or ‘karate-water’ as it is colloquially known. With our fingers on the pulse at all times, we absolutely love to surprise Beerhouse fans with something new and fresh. So a natural progression for us was to introduce craft brandy to our craft beer collection, and who better than the man himself, Jack Parow, to be part of this adventure with his Parow Brandy. We naturally have some other new craft surprises up our sleeves, so watch this space, but enjoy this craft brandy addition in the meantime.”

Beerhouse launched the introduction of the Parow Brandy to their collection with a Karate Water Tour featuring Jack Parow. This will be followed by an additional Jack Parow concert at Beerhouse Long Street (Cape Town) on the 26th of May.

Over and above, Beerhouse will be offering the very first ‘craft brandy’ special in the country – the Parow Brandy special at a mere R65 for two doubles plus a 330ml coke. Those attending the Karate Water Tour will be able to enjoy this special for free upon entry (one drink per ticket) – in effect taking R65 off the ticket price.

Parow comments about his newly launched craft brandy: “When I was a lightie, I never could have imagined that anyone would even like my tunes, let alone me having my very own brannewyn! Now we can all finally drink a real brandy, not like these other brandy labels who told me they can’t work with me as their target market is a higher LSM than my fans…basically saying my fans are not fancy or rich enough to drink their brandy – yet my fans are the people who drink the most of their freakin ‘fancy’ brandy. So now I have a brandy for everyone; whether you live in a shack or a mansion; drive an Escort or a Porsche. It’s REAL brandy for REAL people and it tastes better than any other brandy out there – I promise you that!”

Concludes Jorberg: “Craft drinks are the way to go as we have proven time and time again! You can be assured that Beerhouse will continue to be on the forefront of any craft revolutions. Our vision is to have 20 Beerhouse branches by 2020, and we’ll only succeed in achieving this by remaining the number one choice destination for the best drinks (and #BrewFood) experience.”

For more information, visit www.beerhouse.co.za.

Join the conversation on Facebook (BEERHOUSEsa), Twitter (@Beerhouse) and Instagram (beerhouse.co.za).

Beerhouse is open from 11am to late, seven days a week, in Cape Town (Long Street), Johannesburg (Fourways) and Pretoria (Centurion).

ENDS

NOTES TO THE EDITOR:

Parow Brandy is premium 3-year blended brandy. It contains 30% pot still brandy and 70% unmatured wine spirit, like most brandies on the market. The difference with Parow Brandy is that the highest quality ingredients is used to give it its great taste.

Parow Brandy is made from Colombard and Chenin Blanc grapes, originating from Worcester and Vredendal in the Western Cape.

When sipping Parow Brandy, one should taste flavours of fresh apple and pear.

Parow Brandy can be enjoyed neat, with ice, or with a mixer, thanks to its versatility.

A little bit about the legendary Jack Parow

Jack Parow – Zander Tyler was born in Parow, Cape Town in 1982.  Today he is known as Jack Parow, the dangerous romantic Afrikaans rapper.  Contrary to popular belief, his wild-fire success did not happen overnight.  Jack started out rapping with crews from the Cape Flats and was rapping for many years before Cooler as Ekke catapulted him into success.

He studied to be a mechanic, but had to take jobs like packing fish in Cape Town harbour and allocating graves for the Cemetery Division of the Cape Town municipality to support his rap habit.  Performing only for a beer and pizza soon changed, when his collaboration with Die Heuwels Fantasties on the track, Die Vraagstuk, put him in the limelight.

Jack Parow released his debut self-titled full length album in 2010.  It struck gold within two weeks of its release and went platinum within a year.  His music video for the hit Cooler as Ekke reached over 3.5 million views on YouTube.

Since his debut release he has headlined at major festivals in South Africa.  Parow has performed in Russia, tours Europe almost annually and has played before packed out shows there. Performance highlights include opening for rap legends Eminem and Snoop Lion.


Beerhouse Centurion Town Hall Meeting Feedback

Beautiful people of Centurion we have been going through all the valuable feedback from our Town Hall Meeting. We appreciate all the encouragement and interaction. We hear your recommendations and we will deliver!

 

WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING LINED UP:

1. Exciting drink specials to complement our current offering

  • After Graft Craft – Monday to Wednesday 50% off selected craft beer from 4pm – 6pm
  • Beer Cocktail Thursdays – 50% off all Beer Cocktails from 6pm – 8pm
  • Free Beer Friday – Logon to our Facebook and Twitter page for a secret passphrase. Recite the passphrase to one of our Navigators and enjoy a free beer from 5pm!

2. More exciting regular Live Music to go with our current entertainment offering

  • Wednesdays – Quiz Night 7.30pm – also look out for our popular themed quizzes every last Monday of the month!
  • Thursdays – Karaoke Night 8pm
  • Fridays – DJ Nights 8pm
  • Saturdays – Live Music Sessions 4pm

3. New additions to our food menu curated by Ultimate Braai Master Piet Marais

4. Pocket-friendly daily food specials to keep the hunger at bay

 

  • Mondays – 2 for 1 Burgers for R85
  • Tuesdays – 2 for 1 Tacos (R75 – R85). Fish, chicken and pulled pork tacos
  • Wednesdays – BOTTOMLESS RIBS. Okay so basically, you eat as many ribs as you can and we just keep them coming!  This is only available on WEDNESDAYS, and it will cost you R99. (See what we did there), 99 Rand + 99 bottles… Oh yes we have 99 bottles of different kinds of Beers. T&Cs Apply
  • Thursdays – Free Beerchos for first 10 orders with online password found on our Instagram (Insta Story)
  • Fridays – Fish and chips for R65
  • Saturdays – 50% off the Brew BBQ Platter from 12pm – 3pm
  • Sundays – 500g Eisbein with sides for R90

These are just a few of the things we are going to change and focus on, we also know that we cannot do anything without your support so feel free to keep letting us know how we can improve!

Oh YES! GLASKAS, will be performing LIVE on St. Paddy’s Day on the 17th of March 2018. These guys are sure to get Beerhouse Centurion back on track! PS. Tickets are selling fast and we will have BOTTOMLESS Guinness! Get your tickets HERE.

Stay tuned for more and again thank you for the love and see you soon.

#atBEERHOUSE


Meet the Brewers with John Keeling from Fuller’s

We are proud to host world renowned brewer, John Keeling from Fuller’s in London at the Meet The Brewers at Beerhouse on Long.

Fuller’s Brewery is an independent family regional brewery founded in 1845 in Chiswick, West London. It stands proudly as London’s last remaining family brewery.

Keeling has worked for Fuller’s for 37 years, taking over the role of head brewer in 1999 when previous head brewer Reg Drury retired as brewing director.

John will lead us on a beer tasting journey with his favourite Fuller’s beers, paired with food by Beerhouse’s very own Princess Bulelwa Mbonambi.

GET TICKETS, HERE.

This is not one to be missed. Get ready to go on a tantalizing beer and food pairing journey with the following pairings:

LONDON PRIDE

Tasting Note:

Sweet raisin, biscuit and dried-fruit notes from the Crystal malt, while fresh, piney herbs emanate from the hops. Rich, smooth and elegant on the palate, it draws to a clean, satisfying finish with beautifully balanced bitterness.

Food Pairing: BBQ Beef Ribs, Steamed Dumplings with Soy Sauce

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ESB

Tasting Note:

A strong, full-bodied ale that has delighted drinkers for decades with its smooth, mellow bitterness and superbly satisfying finish.

Food Pairing: 

Black fish with rainbow chips, mushy peas and lime aioli.

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LONDON PORTER

Tasting Note

Rich, chocolatey London Porter recaptures the brooding beauty of pre-Victorian London. It’s evocative of simpler times but it’s wonderfully complex.

Food Pairing

Reduced cream and mature cheddar mac and cheese.

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BLACK CAB STOUT

Tasting Note:

A rich, dark stout that transforms you to a time gone by. London was famous for the stouts in the 19th century – and we’re on a journey to make that the case again.

Food Pairing:

Spiced red fruit jelly with vanilla sauce and nutty white chocolate.

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IMPERIAL STOUT

 

Tasting Note:

Brewed in the authentic style of the 18th century classic. Fuller’s limited edition Imperial Stout is a darkly delicious affair – with and infusion of rose buds giving rise to hints of Turkish delight.

Food Pairing:

Dark chilli chocolate cake.