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Join us on Sunday 23 February from 2pm to 6:30pm for an afternoon of brewing, eating and learning. Experience a full-grain brew – learn how to homebrew while enjoying some delicious food and samples of beer.
This is a course for people who have no homebrewing experience but are interested in giving it a go, or are already brewing from a kit but want to take the next steps towards a “full mash”. You are also very welcome if you like beer and just want to sit back, eat and drink, observe the transformation process of grain to beer and learn a bit about beer & food matching.
The Beer & Food Matching Menu
Sunday 23rd February 2020
Burmese Chickpea Tofu with Tamarind Dipping Sauce
Matched with a Pilsner
Sichuanese Wontons with Chilli Oil
Matched with a Pine Needle Blonde Ale
Pork & Fennel Sausage Rolls
Matched with a West Coast Session IPA
Fish Fragrant Aubergine with Jasmine Rice
Matched with an Irish Red Ale
Smoked Duck and Beetroot Salad with Orange & Pistachios
Matched with a Cardamom Porter
Chilli Chocolate Brownies
Matched with a Raspberry Lambic
Here are the details:
The brew: Throughout the afternoon we will be jointly brewing a 40-pint batch of a hoppy pale ale, while learning the basics of homebrewing, the ingredients, the kit, recipes and the brewing processes.
The food: We will be keeping you well fed and watered throughout the afternoon, with various beer and food matches for you to try out (see above).
Dietary requirements: Veggie options are available for all the dishes but please let us know in advance if you require the veggie option. For all other dietary requirements just let us know when you book and we’ll try our absolute best to accommodate you.
The time: 2pm to 6.30pm, Sunday 23 February 2020
The place: The Edible Flower, 121 Middle Road, Saintfield, Co. Down, BT24 7LS
The cost: £45 per person plus £1.50 booking fee.
This course will cover:
- How to make beer from malted barley and whole hops at home
- Selecting grains and hops for brewing different styles of beer
- The equipment you will need to do a full grain brew
- An introduction to the basics of beer and food matching
- A useful handout covering the basics of homebrewing and a couple of recipes to get you started.
- Finally, plenty of drinks and snacks throughout the afternoon.
Homebrewing instructions and some favourite beer recipes will be provided as part of the course, ready for you to start your own homebrewing adventure.
Cancellation Policy: If you need to cancel your booking, for whatever reason, please let us know as soon as possible. For full details of our cancellation policy please click here.