Korean BBQ and Hope Beer Tour€100

This is a day not to miss.  First the group will meet at Hope Brewery, for a Craft Beer Tour and tasting at 10:00.  The Brewery is located at  Unit 1 Howth Junction Business Park, Kilbarrack Road, Kilbarrack, Dublin, D05H2K2.  The tour takes approximately and hour and then the group will get to sample some of the amazing local Craft Beer before heading out to Howth Castle for the Korean barbecue class.

Korean BBQ refers to the popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork, or chicken. Such dishes are often prepared on gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table itself. What says summer better than firing up the grill for a delicious smoky-flavored meal!

The marinades are easy to put together, and most of the menus do not take a long time to marinate. All of them can be easily doubled or tripled for a large group, making it perfect for your summer gatherings. The BBQ dishes are served with lots of vegetables such as lettuce, perilla leaves (kkaennip)pachae, ssukgat (crown daisy), etc. with ssamjang (sauce for wraps).

The BBQ class will take you though the steps of making fabulous recipes followed by sitting down and enjoying what you prepared with some craft beer or maybe a glass of wine.

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This is a day not to miss.  First the group will meet at Hope Brewery, for a Craft Beer Tour and tasting at 10:00.  The Brewery is located at  Unit 1 Howth Junction Business Park, Kilbarrack Road, Kilbarrack, Dublin, D05H2K2.  The tour takes approximately and hour and then the group will get to sample some of the amazing local Craft Beer before heading out to Howth Castle for the Korean barbecue class.

Korean BBQ refers to the popular method in Korean cuisine of grilling meat, typically beef, pork, or chicken. Such dishes are often prepared on gas or charcoal grills built into the dining table itself. What says summer better than firing up the grill for a delicious smoky-flavored meal!

The marinades are easy to put together, and most of the menus do not take a long time to marinate. All of them can be easily doubled or tripled for a large group, making it perfect for your summer gatherings. The BBQ dishes are served with lots of vegetables such as lettuce, perilla leaves (kkaennip)pachae, ssukgat (crown daisy), etc. with ssamjang (sauce for wraps).

The BBQ class will take you though the steps of making fabulous recipes followed by sitting down and enjoying what you prepared with some craft beer or maybe a glass of wine.