FRMNT Festival :: Tasting of Ancestral Beers with TARRACOBEERSOMMELIER

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Event Date 24/02/2024 20:00
Event End Date 24/02/2024 22:00
Registered 20
Available place 0
Cut off date 20/02/2024 23:55
Individual Price 32.00€
Lambicus Bar
Carrer de Tamarit, 107
Lambicus Bar
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David Bea brings us a high-caliber tasting that's hard to find, featuring ancestral rarities and ferments for the bravest.

Come and discover a tasting of ancient European beers accompanied by bites of fermented foods from Northern Europe. David Bea, better known as TarracoBierSommelier, is an archaeologist, doctor in History, and professor at various entities and universities; at the Technical School of Architecture of the URV, University of Chile, Professional Sommelier Course of the URV, ECAM Course (Specialization in Craft Beer and Microbreweries) of the University of Alicante.

In addition to being a top-notch sommelier; Doemens Biersommelier. Beer Sommelier by Doemens Akademie (Munich, Germany). Stave & Thief Bourbon Steward. Bourbon Sommelier by Stave & Thief Society (Louisville, Kentucky, USA). His scientific research focuses on prehistoric beers, and professionally he works in sensory dissemination of both beer and Bourbon whiskey, through tastings, workshops, and other activities and events.

The beer lineup would be:

  • Pithla Õlu Saarema: a traditional Estonian beer similar to Finnish sahtis. It is a Koduõlu, the traditional homemade beer. Estonia.
  • Dundulis Keptinis Alus: A brown beer made from a malt cake baked in an oven. Lithuania.
  • Bygland Bryggeri Framgarden: RåøL (raw beer) in the style of Hornindal, made with a juniper infusion and fermented with traditional kveik yeasts. Norway.
  • Browar Grodzisk: Piwo z Grodziska: an ancestral Polish smoked beer, low in alcohol and very drinkable. Poland.
  • Labietis Gaismas Ragana: an archaeological type beer, brewed from the data of the fermented drink found in the tomb of the Egtved Girl (Denmark, circa 1370 BC). Latvia.

The snack bites (toasted bread with the product on top) would be:

  • Hákarl: Icelandic fermented shark.
  • Surströmming: Swedish fermented herring.
  • Brunost: Norwegian caramelized cheese.
  • Leipäjuusto: Finnish "bread cheese" (baked cheese).

The cheeses will be accompanied by jam made from yellow berries from northern Sweden.

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IMPORTANT! Reservations for the activities will close on February 20th to allow us to organize and manage the materials. Thank you very much.


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