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Wine is a very important part of our program.  As is the education part of it.  Wine can be so overwhelming at times, but it doesn't have to be.  We break down the world's finest wine regions in our seminars and showcase the finest producers and wines from that particular region.  It's a fun, informative setting and educational in the coolest way.

FOR TICKETS: Please contact Thomas Keim at thomas@yoergbeer.com

SUNDAY FLIGHT SERIES
We have started doing a series of beer spotlights featuring rare beers you wouldn't normally have available for flights or samples.  We hope to do them twice a month.

WHAT: YOERG'S BOCKFEST
A celebration of all things Bock, with the release of Yoerg's Bock and at least 15 Doppelbocks from the Old World available in flights.
 
WHERE: Yoerg Brewery
WHEN: Sunday, February 19th
12:00pm to 6:00pm


To coincide with the release of our Yoerg's Bock, we are also going to feature another 15 Bocks and Doppelbocks from the Old World for flights. Anyone who's seen our menu knows the extensive selection of rare European bock beers we have, and we are featuring most all of them. This is a tasting not to miss.

WHAT: ABBAYE ST. FEUILLIEN
7th Century Monastery producing exquisite
Abbaye Ales

WHERE: Yoerg Brewery
WHEN: Sunday, February 5th
12:00pm to 6:00pm

A FOUR BEER FLIGHT FEATURING:
St Feuillien Quadrupel, St. Feuillien Tripel, St. Feuillien #7 Blonde ale and St. Feuillien #9 Blonde Ale.

BRASSERIE ST. FEUILLIEN 
Brasserie St.Feuillien (“Foo-Yen”) had it’s start in the 7th century, when an Irish monk named Foylan—a name which later morphed into the more French “Feuillien”—was killed in the village of Le Roeulx. A chapel was built in his honor, which, over time, became the Abbey St. Feuillien du Roeulx. The abbey featured a brewery to support itself, but was destroyed in the French Revolution. In 1873 the Friart family resumed brewing operations and to this day a portion of the proceeds is donated to charitable causes around the world, making St. Feuillien one of Belgium’s oldest and most authentic Abbey Ales.

WHAT:
GOUDEN CAROLUS IMPERIAL DAY

Taste Mechelen Belgium's
legendary Gouden Carolus ales and
meet the importer.

WHERE: Yoerg Brewery
WHEN: Friday, February 24th
12:00pm to 9:00pm


Mechelen is one of Belgium's largest cities, sitting between Antwerp and Brussels.  With roots dating back to 1471, the legendary Het Anker Brewery produces many of Belgium's most respected and popular beers.   Het Anker's American importer Nick Olson will be in house tasting all the great Gouden Carolus Ales (Gouden Carolus is Het Anker's "Reserve" beers. 


     

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