Let’s Go to Beer School (or Beoir Scoil)

Beer – we all know what that is, right?

And yet, maybe there are things you would like to know about the sudsy stuff…and were afraid to ask. There’s help out there for you!

Dubh Linn Square Pub on Evesham Road in Cherry Hill has started a monthly beer knowledge-dropping campaign called Beer School, nay, Beoir Scoil (gotta get my Irish on here). Classes are on the third Monday of every month from 6:30 to 7:30PM and the cost is $20 per person. The next class is on February 20, and the topic discussed will be barley wines. In addition to a real beer expert, rumor has it that there will be two other folks yammering away. I won’t reveal their identities, so I’ll just refer to them as ‘John’ and ‘Lisa’. They might resemble us in looks, speech and mannerisms. And they drive a car that’s eerily similar to us. But if you think it’s actually us…well…

OK – we’re going to be there. There, I said it.

Seriously, though, if you want to come on out next week and have some fun while tasting some good brews and food, we’d love to see some of you guys…scratch that, we’d love to see every single one of you come on out and fill the place up. You do need to reserve a spot if you’re coming, so call Dubh Linn at 856.520.8312.

We have a simple mantra: if you can cook, you can make beer. Having said that, if you want to make beer, you should get a few pointers. The Culinary Arts Center of Burlington County College, located in Mount Holly, is hosting a class for those interest in getting started making their own brews. Their Brewing Appreciation – Introduction to Homebrewing class will take place on March 7 from 7PM to 10PM. The class is $89 per person.


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