Just a bottle of classical lager isn’t cutting it for many people anymore. Beer drinkers have become explorers of the different varieties of craft beer and are looking for much more interesting flavours. Even the “No, thanks, I don’t drink beer” kind of people are starting to change their minds.
There’s always something interesting to learn about beer and our friend Marius is the guy who knows a lot plus he loves talking about it. So we invite you over to Köök for a beer tasting with him. It’s a perfect addition to a cooking class!
Marius will tell you a bit more:
Who is the beer course for?
The beer course is for anyone who want’s to educate him/herself about beer, beginners and experts alike. No one knows everything and there is always something interesting to learn about beer.
What’s the course like?
The main idea behind this beer course is to make people understand how versatile and complex drink beer is and it is not that fizzy watery mass produced beverage that you consume with your mates just because it is a common habit.
Through 1,5 hours we talk about history of beer, ingredients, brewing process, we try 6 different beers, and focus on beer styles and classification.
What kind of beers will be tasted?
I have chosen for this beer course 6 beers that are totally different to each other and they all have interesting background or have been somehow “game changers” of the beer world. The list of beers as follows:
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
Fullers London Porter
La Trappe Quadrupel
What’s your favourite beer at the moment?
It is difficult to say just one favourite because I have favourites within every beer style but one beer I always go back to if I have a chance is 8wired Hopwired.