Beerhouse is very proud to launch its new menu concept which had been in conceptual and production phase for over four months. It brings us immense joy to have this manifesto for the Beer Revolution and are confident it will recruit many more beer-lovers.
The new menu is an evolution of our original concept of using visual guides to empower customers who are new to the great Beer Revolution to find the beer that will turn them into life-long beer lovers. We are curators of a vast library of beer which is literature from the wondrous world of beer. This literature expounds stories full of aroma, colour, flavour, bitter, sweet, weak and strong for us to ponder. It is our duty as beer navigators to guide beer lovers through this world and this manifesto of beer is a beautiful visual aid.
It contains a Beer Family Tree that links the styles together. A Beer Compass allows you to choose a beer based on flavour profiles such as Light and Refreshing to Dark & Delicious and everything in between. Our popular Tasting Trays, Explorer, Hop Head and Beer O’clock remain vital tools in exploration. The biggest evolution is our 99 Bottle list which has been broken into flavour profiles and linked in style. Visually a stunning addition to the menu.
When we began this journey over 2 years ago we decided the best way to nurture and curate this revolution was through education. Although we don’t have the biggest list of beers in the world and we might not yet have access to some foreign heavy hitters we do have the best beer menu for curation of styles in South Africa and arguably the world’s best menu visually and of best value educationally.
We were not so long ago included in The 21 Best Beer Bars In The World, where our manifesto was recognized on a global stage:
“The beer list is physically massive, not only because of 20 taps and over 100 bottles available, but also thanks to the pages dedicated to education on styles and local production. The bar’s commitment to highlighting African brews makes it a true standout”.
Our commitment to this is as strong as ever and we welcome you to our Beerhouse On Long & Fourways to see our awesome new menus and discover that beer that will change your life.
A big thank you to all those involved in the production of this new menu. It has been a big project with many hours of toil. In particular Luke Stroebel our resident designer who put this vision together. Randolf Jorberg the Head Dreamer, Jo Slater our proof reader and finally Hot Ink who worked with our vision and made this happen.
Stay Thirsty, Stay Curious
MUSIC LINE UP
Van Wyk Brand
“Van Wyk brand is a new vibrant,young artist. A warm, rock-inspired voice is what this young artist is all about. Music, which encapsulates folk, blues and contemporary indie influences, is what will cater to your every emotion and life experience”
“They have only been performing together for just over a year now, but boy band Simple Stories is already making huge waves in and around Mzansi. Amongst others they have just won the Bloem Show Talent Search 2015. They perform music across all genres and will certainly keep the crowd entertained!”
DJ TK Tqula
“The name to remember rocking parties everywhere! After DJing at various clubs around Jozi TK-Tqula, he iscurrently is the preferred resident DJ at Johannesburg‘s most respected corporate venue, TVMA – The Venue Melrose Arch, as well as Beerhouse Fourways. He is certain to keep you dancing well into the new year.”
What a party! Your favourite house of beer is hosting an Open Tap Event in celebration of a break out year for the local beer industry and welcome in a year that will see beer lovers treated to many more exciting new beers.
Bring in the 2016 with unlimited beer till midnight at our Open Tap event. Pour your own pints from 5 different beers on tap.
We open the taps at 6pm so don’t be shy. Get excited bring your drinking boots because our taps will flow with the world’s oldest and greatest beverage.
General admittance tickets also available for access to our 99 bottles of beer, 25 taps, well put together spirit, wine and bubbles list. To help you last the night we will have our handcrafted beer food to hit the spot and keep those frothing pints sinking. Squeak some takkie with DJ’s on Decks at good old Beerhouse Jol!
If last years party was anything to go by you will not want to miss this one.
Open Tap ticket: R300 p/p. Early bird tickets available via www.quicket.co.za for R250. Unlimited veers from 6pm till Midnight. General Admittance Ticket: R30
Stay Thirsty Stay Curious