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The efforts to educate Australians about beer are set to redouble next week with the formal launch of BeerSpace in Melbourne. Targeting everyone from craft beer novices to staff at fine dining establishments, the organisation has pooled experts from various areas of the beer industry who will be on hand to host a range of courses. At the entry level are straightforward introductions to beer, while there will also be multi-stage courses that will train people to gain what they are terming the “Master Sommelier” accreditation.
A joint enterprise between the owner of venues including the Belgian Beer Cafes and beer judge and educator George Theoridis, BeerSpace kicks off with a session on Beer Taints at the Belgian Beer Cafe Eureka on Tuesday.
“We think it’s about time people had an opportunity to enjoy and understand beer as well as they enjoy wine,” says George. “Most people aren’t really aware of how interesting and complex a beer can be.
“The aim is to help develop the base of knowledge in both the public and industry so that more people can put good beer in front of punters in a bar or restaurant environment so that they can enjoy this wonderful beverage. It’s too much about wine in restaurants and bars, so it’s about time beer took its rightful place on the table alongside fine wine and food.”
As well as education, BeerSpace is also offering the chance to achieve various levels of accreditation, from “Beer Server & Vendor” through “Beer Steward” and “Beer Sommelier” to “Master Beer Sommelier”. Among those who will be assisting with the courses are some who have been granted honorary “Master Beer Sommelier” status, including James Greenfield and Miro Bellini, who regulars at Melbourne venues such as Beer DeLuxe and Josie Bones will know.
The intention is also to tailor training for venues that are keen to learn more about beer, whether that is in the form of basic beer education for staff, the designing of a beer list or education on the importance of storing beer correctly and maintaining clean beer lines.
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