When visiting Bariloche, a tour around the famous and traditional brewery that proudly displays the craft beer brewing process is a must.
As we reached the brewery, we could observe that both the gate of the venue and its windows were decorated with hop climbing and hanging plants. It was a very ample space featuring European aspect. By the way, many old eye-catching containers would also ornament the building.
Outside, there was a picturesque small truck dating back from 1929. It is generally used to deliver the beer barrels to local customers.
As we entered the venue, we were welcomed by Oscar, who introduced himself as a technician and kindly explained to us everything about the beer brewing process. He led us to the area where the large very clean metallic casks were located.
First of all, Oscar told us the difference between a craft beer brewery process and an industrialized process. “In general, industries use additives to preserve the beer for longer periods, which will let brewers lower commercialization expenses remarkably.”
Av. Bustillo - Km. 11.6 (8400) San Carlos de Bariloche, Río Negro, Argentina Tel: +54 294-4461026
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