Scottsdale’s Praying Monk is offering an opportunity to enjoy and learn about some of the most interesting beers from around the world, as well as the dishes that compliment them, during what they are calling “Summer School at the Monk.”
The beer café’s new general manager, David Johnson, is a beer aficionado and will be extending his encyclopedic knowledge of adult beverages to the public during four Tuesday sessions this summer, where those who attend will also be able to enjoy award-winning cuisine provided by Chef Aaron May.
“Not only do we want guests to taste this interesting beer but understand them as well; we want to expand every ‘students’ knowledge and love of beer,” Johnson said. “The combination of great beer and Chef May’s amazing food is unbeatable.”
Each class will expose the “students” to a different type of beer.
- June 25: Ales and Lagers.
- July 16: Geographic Styles
- July 30: Micro Producers of the World.
- August 13: Unique and Specialties.
“Praying Monk has rededicated itself to beer,” Chef May said. “These classes are the perfect opportunity to demonstrate that.”
Tickets will $30 per-class, or $100 to attend all four.
For more information visit: PrayingMonkScottsdale.com.