Explore the world of beer on one of TT Liquor’s beer tastings. Every guest samples a handpicked selection of twelve different beers from around the globe – from German hefeweizen and Belgian Trappist beer to an Alaskan smoked porter. Each beer tasting lasts 1½ to 2 hours depending on group size.
Beer has played an important role in the development of human society – in fact, without it modern civilisation may not even exist. Your host will guide you through the long and rich history of beer whilst explaining the brewing process and how techniques have been refined and base ingredients tweaked to manipulate the flavours of the final beverages – the slightest change can have a profound effect.
The beers will be served with a cheese pairing. Finish by choosing your favourite beer from the class and taking a bottle home with you.
If you’re interested in taking on one of our beer tastings for an upcoming occasion, don’t hesitate to give one of our event organisers a call on the number below.
100% Hands-on Cocktail Making Class
Any time you wish, 7 days a week
Award-winning, fun & informative
For groups of any size
No more than 5 guests per cocktail bar station
Our recommended class runs for two hours
Every guest will make (and drink) 5 cocktails behind their own bar
Recommended session lasts for two hours.
Enjoy a complimentary beer-based cocktail before your tasting begins.
Introduction of Class
Your class instructor will outline how beer has been a constant companion to human kind through the good times and the bad and outline some of the techniques used to make it.
Taste a Range of Beers
Each class is designed to take you on a trip of as many different types of beer possible. Over the course of the class you’ll get to try 12 very different beers whilst your host guides you through each category.
After drinking your way through the class you’ll have the opportunity to choose your favourite beer and take a bottle home with you from the liquor store.
All our guided tastings take place down in our atmospheric vaults, just around the corner from our subterranean cocktail bar, the Cellar Bar. Why not stick around to sample some of our seasonal menu after the class?
Our beer tastings are currently only available on a private basis. Make a booking today via our contact form and we’ll happily talk you through your options.
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Our range of public tastings are perfect for smaller groups of five or less. We run a rotating selection of classes in our vaults every Saturday at 5pm.
At the moment, there’s rum, whisk(e)y and gin to choose from, and you’ll be joining a group of like-minded individuals, with sessions of no more than 10 guests at any one time to maximise your learning experience.
Our private tastings are perfect for groups of six or more keen to develop their appreciation for their chosen spirit.
Every aspect of our private tastings are customizable, from your welcome drink all the way up to the bottles you’ll be working your way through on the day. Get in touch today to discuss your options.
BUY GIFT VOUCHERS
Purchasing for somebody else and aren’t sure when they’ll want to join us? Our gift vouchers are the ideal option.
You’ll receive a beautifully presented voucher in the post, which is redeemable on any of our experiences over the next 12 months. There’s also the option of digitally-downloadable PDF vouchers if you’re running short on time!
Discover the wild and colourful history of rum and sample a carefully chosen selection of the incredibly diverse spirit on one of our guided rum tastings. The story of rum is rife with corruption and piracy on the high seas – and the variety of flavours to enjoy is just as rich.
Learn about the origins of the famous spirit and how it has spread across the globe. Sample a different whisk(e)y from each of the major countries that make it, and discover the unique flavours characteristic of each country.
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