Meet the Brewers in May: Devil’s Peak Brewing Company

One of the powerhouses of Cape and South African brewing is making its way up country… The mountain men of Devil’s Peak Brewing Company are coming to Jozi!

Beerhouse’s Meet the Brewer events represent the forefront of beer and fine dining. Devil’s Peak Brewing Company are the vanguard of the SA craft beer industry, and we are proud to welcome them to Beerhouse Fourways in May. JC Steyn – the master brewer himself – will take you through the logic of the Devil’s Peak brewing process as you sample some of his finest brews, accompanied by a gourmet menu prepared specifically to compliment his beer. If you like eating great food and drinking great beer in fantastic company, then you need to be here.

 

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Beerhouse Fourways: April Meet the Brewers: Brauhaus Am Damm

Our Meet the Brewers events for April promise more excellent beer and fine dining, great stories and all-round enjoyment for those curious and thirsty enough to join us. Beerhouse Fourways will be welcoming Imke from Brauhaus Am Damm on Monday the 20th April. Meet the Brewers is always a sell-out, so get your tickets now. That’s right, just scroll down and do it. You won’t be disappointed.

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Beerhouse on Long Street: April Meet the Brewers: Lakeside Beerworks

Our Meet the Brewers events for April promise more excellent beer and fine dining, great stories and all-round enjoyment for those curious and thirsty enough to join us. Beerhouse on Long Street will be hosting Morne from Lakeside Beerworks on Monday the 27th April. Meet the Brewers is always a sell-out, so get your tickets now. That’s right, just scroll down and do it. You won’t be disappointed.

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See that bru?! CederBrew sisters taking on the Big Boys of Beer!

tania&melanieMonday night saw the Mash Tun at Beerhouse host the lovely sisters Melanie and Tania of CederBrew for a beer and food pairing worthy of the gods (particularly the god of fish). They introduced their Catfish Ale, Sandfish Weiss, Chubby Head Stout, Cherry Blonde and Jan Pampoen Spicy Pumpkin Ale to a roomful of appreciative and enthusiastic beerlovers, who also found the mostly pescetarian food pairing by executive chef Roy MacAskill exactly as it was intended: mouth-wateringly delicious. As fantastic as the fare was however, there was a larger issue being addressed by the happy gathering.

Consider for a minute the drive and belief it takes for two ladies from the Cederberg to take on the might of the rough and ready, male-dominated and oftentimes misogynistic brewing industry (and to do it with a classy poise so often lacking in beer-filled interactions).

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As atypical as it is today however – and as the Beer Whisperer pointed out in the night – it was primarily women who were responsible for alcohol production prior to men discovering metallurgy, building machines and inadvertently kicking off the industrial revolution. From then on, alcohol and every other product became a commodity, and the feminine influence in beer and society was further marginalised as men killed each other on a larger scale than ever before. You’ll forgive the grandiosity, but I’d like to think that from that perspective at least, the advent of CederBrew beer represents a step in the right direction.

Beerhouse takes its collective hat off to you, Melanie and Tania, and if the reception you received on Monday night is anything to go by, we’re confident that we’ll be serving CederBrew beer for many years to come.

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