LEARN HOW TO BREW A BELGIAN BEER
Saturday 22nd September 10am - 6pm
The brewers at Mescan will be using their pilot brewhouse to teach you how to make a real Belgian beer from raw materials. Being fun and informative, the course will cover the windy road from sourcing materials to packaging the finished beer.
Follow up support available. Lunch, full notes, Mescan T-shirt and “Smile on your Face” included.
LEARN HOW TO DRINK BEER LIKE A REAL (WO)MAN
Sunday 23rd of September 10am - 6pm
• Learn how to taste, analyse and appreciate beer
• Develop your sensory analysis by identifying key flavour components
• Discover the major beers styles and what defines them, emphasis on Belgian styles • Identify off flavours
• Learn how to describe and judge a beer
• 30 BEERS TO TASTE & ENJOY!
To all our friends in Northern Ireland, old and new - our range of beers are now available in several outlets in your neck of the woods!
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SEVEN VIRTUES LAMBIK 4.5%
Sour, wild and unconventional. This is brewed in the tradition of the famous Belgian Lambic beers. Matured in oak
for 3 years before bottling, it differs from most other beers as it is fermented through exposure to wild yeasts and bacteria. This results in a distinctive dry, vinous and cidery flavour.
Serving Temp 2 - 4 °C.
Click on the photo for our food-pairing recommendations.
SEVEN VIRTUES OLD BROWN 7.1%
Old Brown, or Oud Bruin in Flemish, is a dark beer with a mild sourness that has been brewed in West Flanders since the 17th century.
Our Old Brown has spent over 2 years in oak, during which it underwent a natural secondary fermentation with Brettanomyces yeast in the wood.
With only 1400 litres bottled, this is a very limited release.
Serving Temp. 4 - 6°C