Cure the Coronavirus Blues

Since we are all stuck in lock-down the team at Beerhouse would like to invite you to some of our lock-down online events.

ONLINE PUB QUIZ
Join us every Tuesday with the OMG Quiz Nights team for a FREE general knowledge pub quiz via zoom. Follow their event for more information by clicking this link.

Virtual Comedy Club
Since you can’t come to us we are bringing our Comedy Club to you!
Login to your Instagram account, follow us at @BEERHOUSEsa
or follow this link: https://www.instagram.com/beerhousesa/
We will be going LIVE from our Instagram account EVERY Wednesday at 6pm.
Kolping Mbumba Comedy has a new line up for us each week!

Virtual Meet The Brewers
Join us every Thursday at 8pm via Facebook Live on Beerhouse for Head Dreamer Randolf Jorberg and various brewers from your favourite breweries talking all things beer.
See our Facebook pages to see who we are talking to each week.

Our first event is this Drifter on FRIDAY, due to scheduling issues.

Online Beer Yoga
Had a long week in lockdown?
Join the Beerhouse & Mzansi School of Yoga crew for BEER YOGA.
Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/677411747
Meeting ID: 677 411 747
All you need is a wifi connection and a beer..or two (or drink of your choice).
Our epic yoga instructor will take you through a beginners class of BEER-centric yoga.
Each class will be about 1 hour long and will be every Friday at 6:15pm.
Not sure what beer yoga is? Watch this link to get an idea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoDvXcTgTl4
Looking for other yoga classes to do while in lockdown?
Email: lauren@flowingnomads.com
Booking Link: https://bookamat.co/register/client/mzansi-school-of-yogic-arts


Women’s Day Meet the Brewers is here!

Looking for something special to do for Women’s Day?

Come and celebrate Women’s Day with us the only way we know how!
Great beer, great food and even better company.

To celebrate Women’s Day we will be hosting a special Women’s Day Meet The Brewers event in true #shelovesbeer fashion:

In Cape Town:
Beers by: Head Brewer Anja van Zyl of Hey Joe Brewing Company
Food Pairing by: Cooked with Clara of Jack Black’s Taproom
Hosted by: Lucy Corne-Duthie of The Brewmistress

In Johannesburg:
Beers by: Head Brewer Megan Gemmell of Clockwork Brewhouse
Food Pairing by: Bulelwa Mbonambi
Hosted by: Apiwe Nxusani-Mawela

Beer, food and hosting by some of the most amazing women in the industry. You don’t have to be a woman to join this incredible Meet The Brewers event, it is open to all!

Date: Friday, 9th August
Time: 15h00
Early Bird Tickets: R200
Normal Tickets: R250
Ticket Link:
Beerhouse on Long: https://qkt.io/sHUN9N
Beerhouse Fourways: https://qkt.io/avib3G
Get them while they are still available, seats are limited.

We can’t wait to see you there!


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.


#SheLovesBeer Collectables Series 2017

Meet The Brewers

#SheLovesBeer Collectables Series 2017

Join us and taste five limited edition beers, specially brewed for five extraordinary women! In celebration of International Women’s Day 2017! The SheLovesBeer Collectable Series 2017!

R2 of each bottle sale is going towards a bursary aimed to create opportunities for women in the beer industry.

Participating breweries and their muses:

Agar’s Brewery brewed for Refilwe Motau
Apollo Brewing Company brewed for Fabrizia Degli Esposti
Copperlake Brewing Co. brewed for Sally Hatfield
Drifter Brewing Company brewed for Tasha Mentasti
Mad Giant brewed for Beverly Cosslett

FOURWAYS – 01 March 2017

LONG STREET – 08 March 2017

Be the first one to get a taste of the limited edition SheLovesBeer Collectables Series 2017!

Five unique beers that each have a story to tell. Available exclusively through The League of Beers and Beerhouse, officially launching March 2017.

R2 of each bottle sold goes towards a bursary fund for women to study Brewers Craft.


Beerhouse Centurion is born

The Beer Revolution is growing and Beerhouse is expanding to Centurion. Beerhouse opens its third site, after Cape Town Long Street and Johannesburg Fourways, in the neighbourhood of Centurion Pretoria in the space the legendary Firkin Pub occupied for 21 years. We will be opening our doors to our 30 taps, 99 bottles and hand crafted food from Friday the 25th of November after giving the old pub an exciting Beerhouse yellow makeover. The new Centurion site is part of company’s expansion plans to be South Africa’s go-to venue for beer choice, knowledge and experiences with 20 Beerhouse outlets nationwide by 2020.

Beerhouse Centurion

The Story

Beerhouse as a concept was forged in the inquiring and restless mind of Randolf Jorberg. Beerhouse’s ‘Head Dreamer’ teamed up with Murray Slater “Beer Whisperer” with the mission of providing an inclusive unique experience with a large curated library of beer. The whisperer and dreamer were joined by Roy MacAskill “The Tasty One” who better than anyone in the country understands beer and food. His kitchen’s hand crafted food from around the globe compliment our variety of beer. His talent for beer and food pairing is unrivalled and is driven by quality. On it’s drive to bring the world’s oldest and greatest beverage to all parts of South Africa Beerhouse is now expanding. Centurion is number three with 17 more houses of beer to come by 2020.

The Drinks

Its beverage offering is spearheaded by its 99 bottles of beer on the wall, 30 taps including local and international beers and non-beer offerings like gin & tonic, ice tea and cold brew coffee on tap. Intuitive navigational tools that reside in Beerhouse’s beautifully constructed menus empower guest with the ability to choose a beer for themselves based on their preferences. The beer list is complimented by a tight but inventive wine, spirits and soft offering. Beerhouse is committed to being a tasting room for the burgeoning beer industry supporting local micro-breweries and giving them a podium on which to shine.  Beerhouse Navigators are robustly trained on beer and how to navigate you through beer lands exciting landscape. Beerhouse are the instigators, propagators and curators of the Beer Revolution. Everyone leaves Beerhouse a beer lover.

The food

Hand crafted food from around the globe that takes into consideration traditional beer food and items that push the taste envelopes. A unique and interesting snack menu allows hungry  beer drinkers to indulge in a great variety of beer friendly fare including pork crackling, edamame beans, oepsies (Beer glazed bacon on a stick) and bitterballen. Beerhouse classics such as curry wurst, ribs, burgers and flammkuchen are crowd pleasers with quality and value for money being our kitchen’s driving philosophy. A strong food and beer pairing seam runs throughout the menu with beer pairing icons on each menu and a dedicated food and beer matching section. Look out for our popular daily lunch specials for R50 that includes a beer, soft drink or cider.

The Entertainment

Beerhouse offers a comprehensive array of entertainment including, pub quizzes, silent discos, comedy nights, live music, weekend DJ’s, free beer tastings at our Beer School, #FreeBeerFriday  and our flagship event Meet The Brewers food and beer pairing evenings. The entertainment offering is inclusive and curated for all tastes and desires. A varied sport offering with multiple screens including a projected  big screen makes Beerhouse a buzz of excitement on sporting days especially those where South Africa take on their rivals on the international stage.

The Décor.

Beerhouse is a contemporary beer hall that takes the great central European countries traditional beer halls social atmosphere and combines it with modern décor with quirky beery flair which makes Beerhouse comfortable, accessible and inclusive. Inspired by the trademark colour of the beverage which we serve to exalt; the golden yellow can be seen throughout the restaurant and bar and serves as a large influence in the identity of the brand. Beerhouse Centurion will be crowd funding a beer bottle light installation in collaboration with Belgian beer brand Vedett and our new customers. We will sell Vedett beer at cost price and every bottle will be collected clean and up-cycled and arranged into a spectacular light feature.

Revolutionary Facts

Beer represents 77.8% of total liquor volumes in South Africa, with a volume increase of 45 million litres and a total value increase of R3,89 billion in the 2015  alone. The Super-premium (‘Craft’) beer market is in the early development stage but Standard Bank estimates it grew 30% in 2015, 35% this year and could make up as much as 18 million litres by 2017. This would give it a 2.1% market share – from just 0.3% in 2011.

Address: Beerhouse Centurion
1262 Embankment Road
0157 Centurion

Phone: +27 12 663 1211⁠⁠⁠⁠

Email: centurion@beerhouse.co.za

Download the PDF press release.

See and use these photos from the media launch.

Logos download and media contact details are at www.beerhouse.co.za/press/