The Experience

Does your team miss ‘grabbing a beer together’?

Receive two (2) beautiful kits – one with four (4) craft beers, two (2) artisanal popcorns, a commemorative glass, and optional mustards and salamis. Join one of the world’s top beer experts or an Oregon professor who has turned beer into an academic pursuit. 

Emphasis is placed on unique craft beers you can’t find locally. As you taste your beers, learn about new styles, discuss the origins of explosive growth in craft beer, and learn what running a brewery is actually like. 

Participants receive the same selection of fresh craft beers and learn the story behind each.

Includes Kit Includes Kit
Vegan Option Vegan Option
Non-Alcoholic Option Non-Alcoholic Option
$85 per person
45m
Artboard 1 48-hour hold available

The Creator

Matt LaRusso

Matt has 15+ years experience in the spirits and beverage industry. He hosts and cohosts two successful podcasts, one of which recently had a write up in the acclaimed American Whiskey Magazine. He has studied and tasted beers from all over the world and shares a passion for beer and spirits education.

Natalya Watson

Nat is a Beer Sommelier and Advanced Cicerone passionate about sharing her knowledge of beer with others because she believes that beer is simply too delicious to remain undiscovered. She’s the founder of Virtual Beer School, host of the “Beer with Nat” podcast, and author of the recently-published “Beer: Taste the Evolution in 50 Styles”.

Mark Dredge

Mark is a world-renowned beer expert. He’s a best-selling author who’s written seven books about beer, a regular presenter on live TV in the UK, an international beer judge and travelled the world looking for the best-tasting beers. He is the author of the recently-published “A Brief History of Lager: 500 Years of the World’s Favourite Beer”.

Jeff Alworth

Jeff is a writer living in Portland, Oregon. His books include the IACP-winning “Beer Bible, The Secrets of Master Brewers”, “The Widmer Way”, and “Cider Made Simple”. When he’s not working on a book, he can be found writing about beer at his blog, Beervana. He also co-hosts the Beervana Podcast, where he and Oregon State University economics professor Patrick Emerson discuss beer and the economics of beer.

Use Cases

This experience can help your team accomplish several goals. Read more about the needs this experience could fill for your team.

Bond and Engage

What You Get

A beer tasting kit that includes:

– Four (4) different one (1) pint cans of award-winning craft beers 

– One (1) flavor and tasting guide to assist your identifying flavors and processing steps

– One (1) commemorative pint glass

– Two (2) different “tall boy” 12-inch long rounds of sweet and savory popcorns to enjoy with your beers!

Non-alcoholic beer tasting kit is also available.

Additional add-on options:

  • Salumi
    • - Plant-Based Salumi
    • - Traditional Salumi

Reviews

Dex • May 2021

Engineering manager with team of 6

“…so fun…we learned about craft beer-making, but we had great discussions about how ‘beer’ and ‘marketing’ are incredibly similar…”

 

Lilah • May 2021

Engineering manager with team of 10

“…highly-recommended…logistics were flawless, beers were ones I’d never tasted…five stars!…”

Beatrice • April 2021

Analytics leader with team of 11

“…excellent experience for a team just looking to come together…”