Thanks to our dedicated BeerLovers, we have sold all of our donated beer for this years Pint for a Purpose project.
Pint for a Purpose is a project started by the Beerhouse team in July 2014, since then we have raised money towards our charity partners De Tyger Leo Club and Tygerberg Hills Lions Club soup kitchens, feeding schemes and eye screenings in our local community based in the Cape Town area.
This years brewers that donated beer towards our dedicated Pints for a Purpose Tap are; Darling Brew, Devil’s Peak Brewing Company, Hazeldean Brewing Co., The Red Rock Brewing Co., Soweto Gold, Drifter Brewing Company, Atlantic Storm, Striped Horse, Little Wolf, St. Francis Brewing Company, CBC, Mitchell’s and Jack Black’s Brewing Company
Together with our brewers and you, the BeerLover, we have raised a total of R9 391.30 at Beerhouse Fourways and R18 460.52 at Beerhouse on Long.
The Beerhouse Team together with the Midrand Lions Club plan to do a refurbishment of a local educare in the Tembisa area. To read more about this project click HERE.
In Cape Town the teams have been working on an eye-screening project where they have successfully screened 495 pupils of the Vrije Zee Preparatory School of which 146 pupils needed to go for further screening to determine whether or not they will need spectacles.
The aim of this eye-screening project is to give children the access to their education and unlock their potential in the classroom. As we can see from the statistics, 1 in every 3 children have issues with their sight. Read more about this project HERE.
Thank you to everyone who is involved in this project, and we look forward to Pints for a Purpose 2019!
Join us and Steve Peel from Shackleton Brewing Company for some Cask Ale poured from a traditional beer engine, a Q&A on the art of cask and some merriment from 6:30pm till 8:30pm Friday 1st June.
We will be tapping a cask of delicious Shackleton Brewing Company’s Pale Ale! We have long been admirers of this traditional method and technique of conditioning and serving beer.
But why all the fuss? What’s the difference between cask and keg?
That old adage, “they don’t make them like they use to”, rings true when it comes to cask. Cask ale is a beer at it’s best and purest form that gives a gentler level of carbonation, a rounder mouthfeel, and since it is unfiltered, usually shows a slightly more complex flavour and aromatic profile to kegged beer. It is considered a live product due to yeast sediment in suspension which conditions the beer naturally. Keg’s while presenting a beer almost brewery fresh can’t compete with the changing and evolving complexity of a cask ale.
Welcome to the past where some things were made better!
Join us for monthly Cask Tapping Ceremonies. Keep an eye on our Facebook events for dates.
Come to Beerhouse Centurion for a FREE night of your favorite local artists right on your door step.
Booking is essential – 012 663 1211 or email@example.com
Tuin is an upcoming singer song writer from Pretoria blowing crowds away with her unique voice. This barefoot vocal activist will take you on a musical journey like none other. There is a massive gap and need for a new Sa Rock female vocalist – Tuin ticks all the requirements.
ABREU is a South African Trio that has “brewed” their own mixture of sounds to bring you the uniqueness of their on-stage presence and music.
The dynamic combination of Isak Deetlefs (Guitar and Vocals),
Michelle du Toit (Cajun Drum and Vocals) and Jacques de Villiers
(Guitar and Vocals) makes what they do a sound in a league of its
own. Abreu has the advantage to entertain listeners with a wide
repertoire of songs across many genres.
Miss Heidi & The Bar Room Bandits Is a South African Country-Blues-Rock band formed in Pretoria in the beginning of 2017. The group consists of founding member Miss Heidi Kriel (vocals, guitar, song-writer), Wim Van Vuuren (drums) and a variety of well-known guitarists and bassists that has had their own fair share of time on many stages throughout SA. These include Mark Saunders, Derius Erasmus, Andre Liebenberg, Nico Saunders and Franco Jamneck.
Please check out the Facebook Event for updates.
Enjoy some Sunday Vibes live music with the amazing 4am band on Sunday the 20th of May from 2PM.
Booking Essential – 011 465 2402 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Treat yourself to a delicious 500g dry rubbed T-Bone Steak and Chips, with a 330ml beer for R120! Available all day.
A little about 4am –
4am comprises of seasoned musicians Marc Wainstein,Aidan Starr, Pete Kelemen and Phoenix all of whom have established themselves in various bands in S.A throughout the years.
4am’s musical direction is a combination of heart felt, passionate rock tracks with hints of electro sampling, designed to push the boundaries and elevate emotions through music.
4am have released two studio albums “Light from Light” and “Neserton Drive” both available on itunes, www.klicktrack.com and various cd Stores countrywide.
Please check out the Facebook event for updates!
The #QuietRiot makes its May stop at Beerhouse Fourways on Thursday the 31st of May!
Let’s take a trip down memory lane with this 80’s, 90’s, 00’s themed #SilentDisco!
Powered by Beerhouse and Silent Disco SA!
The Beerhouse #SilentDisco is the coolest, weirdest, freshest, and overall most unforgettable experience of a life time.
Three DJ’s will have you flicking through the channels and dancing like crazy. This is a great party with over #25taps and #99bottles of beer and off course a great selection of spirits and wines that will help you to squeak some takkie.
– R75 headphone hiring fee
– ID/Driver’s License as deposit
– ROAR bags will be checked on exit
NB: No Under 21
Please follow the Facebook event for updates!