Having an office party? Want to treat you hard-working staff? Why not have it at our house? The house of #99bottles and over 20 taps of beer. We also have tailored food options from platters from R125pp to three course options. Africa’s largest beer variety under one roof. Dedicated areas for large bookings. We take bookings for 2 to up too 100. Book a table now to avoid disappointment.
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Sharing platter R125 per person
- Baby back ribs
- Sweet chilli chicken goujons
- Beer battered onion rings
- Chilli poppers
- Bacon wrapped bratwurst
- Marinated olives
- Pork crackling
- Pretzel roll, bratwurst, sauerkraut, honey mustard R45
- Currywurst R55
- Slow cooked basted pork sliders R30
- Pretzels R16
Three Course Experience
Menu 1 R175
Garlic, emmenthaler, beer candied bacon
Sauerkraut, potato salad, pretzel
Liefmans fruitese syllabub,
Menu 2 R250
Smoked salmon arancinni
Citrus crème fraiche
Porter braised beef shortrib,
Horseradish mash, garlic & parmesan roasted broccoli
Dutch apple pie,
White chocolate butter sauce
Menu 3 R295
Foie gras crème brulee,
Maple & orange glazed pork fillet,
Creamed leeks, almond parmentier
Dark chocolate & stout brownie
Peanut butter frosting.
This is the first post in what will be a series dedicated to the appreciation of the finer side of Beerhouse on Long’s expansive beer menu. While we do promote having “99 bottles of beer on our wall”, we do have an extended menu containing a constantly revolving selection of rare and limited bottles from around the world. This series will be an in-depth discussion of these specialist beers, delving into the finer details of beer tasting.
The first on our list, the BrewDog Trashy Blonde, takes after its namesake in being a remarkably simple golden ale with a twist. This is a very sessionable beer that delivers where it counts while holding back a touch on the traditional BrewDog hoppy punch. It pours a dirty blonde colour and gives a decent head. The aroma is particularly malty with considerable caramel being offset by fruity scents of mango and passion fruit. The flavour is on the sweet side with notes of passion fruit and guava mingling with butterscotch and a finish of mild citrus hops. This flavour profile coupled with a low carbonation and a light mouthfeel makes this a very more-ish and easy to drink beer. Definitely one for the aficionados and newcomers alike!
Check out the BrewDog Trashy Blonde on RateBeer here.