Beer & Cheese Tasting

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An immersive experience from Marco.

Kits delivered to your door
Join via Zoom
Ships to US*

1 hour

Any group size

2 week lead time


What you'll do

It's the power couple we all know and love, beer and cheese.

This will be the best third-wheeling experience you'll ever have. As you taste beer and cheese on their own, and then together, you will learn what makes them great compliments to each other and how to properly pair the two.

What we'll deliver

We will deliver a few cans of beer, cheese to pair and a few chocolates for dessert. We suggest you refrigerate beer and cheese upon arrival and have a few glasses to taste from during the experience.

What to bring

  • We suggest a fresh glass for each beer you are tasting.

Shipping information

This experience ships within the US, excluding AL, AR, DE, IN, MD, MO, MS, NC, UT, VT, WV.

Book it

$135 / person

$1,350 minimum


Questions?

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What's an immersive experience?

Experiences for all your senses – remote, hybrid, or in-office.

Kits with materials and ingredients delivered straight to your door.

Join live via Zoom and enjoy together.

Meet your host, City Brew Tours.

City Brew Tours

City Brew Tours was founded in Burlington, Vermont in 2008 by Chad Brodsky, a college kid who had fallen in love with craft beer while studying in Vienna. Thirsting for more, he returned home and enrolled in the University of Vermont’s “Beer Making 101” class. Fortunately, Chad quickly realized he wasn’t cut out to brew beer. Instead he bought a used church van, put on his lederhosen, and set off to spread the gospel of craft beer. As of June, 2020, City Brew Tours operates in 11 cities and continues to expand. In April, the company began offering educational craft beer experiences online for the first time, allowing anyone, anywhere to enjoy a cold beer in good company.

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