CHEERS! Today is International Beer Day and that means it’s time to celebrate beer! Just by grabbing a pint, you’ll be joining millions of other men and women around the globe, uniting the world in celebration. Ready to get started?
Here are 5 spots where the beer drinking citizens of Cape Town can celebrate the momentous occasion.
5. Devil’s Peak Taproom
The focus is on the award-winning beers from Devil’s Peak, with the benefit of tapping into cask ales, special batches and collab brews. Long tables and booths make this a good taproom in Salt River for a rowdy night out with friends, preferably those who appreciate great beer.
4. Ferryman’s Tavern
Ferryman’s was the first tenant at the Waterfront when the popular Irish pub in Cape Town. A wide range of local and international beers are available on tap. A wide range of local and international beers are available on tap.
3. kwench Taproom
kwench in Sea Point taproom for two breweries Entrepid Brewing in Grahamstown and Hopman Brewery in Milnerton. You don’t just drink beer here you actually get the experience as if you were actually there. Guided tasting and beer pizza pairings are just the beginning. With a good selection of very interesting and tasty beers on tap, kwench should be on your taproom budget list.
2. Van Hunk’s
Beer lovers are spoilt for choice with Jack Black and CBC draughts on tap and a range of interesting ales and beers from all over the world – even some local ale such as the Long Beach Green Room pale ale from Noordhoek.
1. Perseverance Tavern
The Oldest Pub in Cape Town est (1836) offers a wide selection of draught beer on tap. A German publication included Perseverance Tavern as one of the pubs of the world and in 1985 it won the first Pub of the Year award from 170 Western Cape entrants.