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The Beer & Cheese Pairing Happy Hour

$20.00

What style of cheese goes best with your favorite beer?

Pairing beer and cheese is a science and an art. Our expert guides will take you through the ins and outs of what to drink with a sharp cheddar versus a smoked Gouda, or any of your other favorites! Just grab a few cheeses and different styles of beer next time you’re at the store and get ready to experience craft beer like never before. Check out our pairing recommendations for inspiration!

We will contact you within 72 hours with information to finalize the date and time of your booking.

 

  • Which date would you like to book for your event? If your date is unavailable we will reach out to you within 72 hours.



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Schedule

Thursday-Sunday Evenings at 7 pm EST and 9 pm EST

Please let us know your preferred event date and time (EST). We will contact you within 72 hours if that date and/or time is unavailable. Requested dates are not guaranteed.

How it Works

On the day of your Happy Hour you will receive an email with the details of your meeting link and your expert guide’s name (check your spam folder if you have not received it by lunch). You should be prepared to start the call at the booking start time listed in this confirmation with at least 2 beers and 2 cheeses. You can have as many as you like but if you have less you will miss out on a lot of the fun! It is not recommended to pour your beer before the call gets started, just take your first beer out of the fridge and make sure you have a glass to pour it into.

What do I need to participate in this virtual happy hour? 

You need to have at least two types of cheese. However, we recommend having at least three of the following:

  • Fresh – Example: Mozzarella
  • Soft – Example: Camembert or Brie
  • Semi-soft –  Example: Munster and Gouda
  • Hard – Example: Cheddar or Gruyere
  • Blue – Example: Gorgonzola or Roquefort

You should have your favorite beer on hand, but a variety of beers is better. Pairings are best experienced when you have beer styles with varying characteristics (ie. Stout vs IPA).

If you are really looking to party, grab some chocolate too!


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