The Great Northern Hotel has 19 beer taps, and for Good Beer Week at least 13 of these will be hosting some of the USA’s finest beers.
Come down any time all week and sample some unique brews. Sit back and relax in our beer garden, enjoy some food and work your way through all the states.
18TH—26TH MAY 11:00AM – 12:00AM
BLACKHEARTS & SPARROWS WINE PURVEYORS
Join five brewers from here and abroad, hosted by Jayne Lewis from Two Birds Brewing, to discuss the beer that was their “wow, this s**t is amazing” moment, as well as one of their current brews. Taste the 10 beers and join us in an informal discussion of both theirs and your Epiphany Beer.
Brewers from Moo Brew, Feral Brewing, Two Birds Brewing, Brooklyn Brewery and Renaissance Brewing Company will be in attendance.
Brooklyn Brewery returns to the Great Northern Hotel for another rousing party. Representatives from Brooklyn Brewery will be there to hang out, and at least nine beers will be pouring. At least one very rare beer will be making an appearance, so come down and see what pours!
The planet’s premier amateur cook-off competition, The Food Experiments returns to Sweden for a flavor-packed soirée featuring homemade tacos from the nations’s “finest, most committed, passionate, intense, and possibly craziest home chefs”. Tickets to the Swedish Taco Experiment (at Debaser Slussen) include a complimentary Brooklyn beer, unlimited samples, and the chance to vote along with a panel of professional judges to crown the next cook-off king or queen of Sweden. Aside from cash and a bundle of cooking equipment, winners receive a lifetime supply of Culinary Glory.
From the Food Experiments: ”After last year’s successful Swedish Chili Experiment, the Food Experiments are extremely excited to return to Stockholm. Theo Peck and Nick Suarez, the team behind the Experiments, cannot wait to present the second annual Swedish TACO Experiment… The tacos will range from the savory to the sweet. You’ll see it all: Pork Tacos, Fish Tacos, Swedish Tacos, Ice Cream Tacos, Fermented Tacos, Reindeer Tacos, etc… You may never look at tacos the same way.”