Announcing Beer Sommelier Basic Training Event presented by Samuel Merritt in associated with New Jersey Craft Beer (yes, that’s us). There will also be a beer pairing dinner by Award Winning Chef Eric LeVine from Morris Tap and Grill on May 7. Read below for more information direct from our friends at MT&G.
Morris Tap & Grill , New Jersey Craft Beer and Civilization Of Beer education consulting are teaming up on May 7th to hold a one day intensive workshop for beer servers, sellers and bartenders, and others who have an interest in learning about beer across the state.
This training will prepare culinary pros to pass the first level, Certified Beer Server® exam of the Cicerone Certification Beer Sommelier Program. Exam price ($69) included. Cicerone.org independently tests candidates on the knowledge most crucial to creating and maintaining diverse and profitable beer programs at retail.
Subjects covered are proper storage and service, ingredients, brewing process, flavor and evaluation, styles and pairing. Civilization of Beer’s nationally recognized training utilizes a highly interactive, live platform with an emphasis on hands on, experiential tools like blind tasting.
When the training concludes, attendees will be treated to a full beer dinner where the pairing concepts of training will be applied deliciously by Chef Eric LeVine, Food Network Award Winning Chef of Morris Tap & Grill.
With 50 seats in this workshop, it will sell out. To ensure a seat, reserve early. The workshops are open to professionals with enthusiastic beverage industry experience selling beer and beer drinkers that want to further their quest for knowledge.
$255 NJCB Members & NJCB Membership Club Business Partners $275 non-members/partners. For New Jersey Craft Beer Membership visit here.
Please follow along by using the hashtag #CivOfBeerNJCB on Twitter. For any questions, please email us or Liz at MT&G at email@example.com. This is also the official invite or visit the direct registration page.
May 7 from 9-6PM (dinner starts after 6PM).