Ayamara Cerveceria | Restaurant

Argentina

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Last Visited: over 2 years ago
GPS: -23.63278, -65.41353
Altitude: 2391.0 masl

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A nice little micro brewery that grows and malts and roasts their own barley and uses unfiltered spring water from the mountian nxt door. They had a Roja on tap that was really good. They also jar all kinds of fruits and veggies. A nice big mug of fresh beer for 50 pesos. You can also buy bottles to go.

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Agreed with Javier!
Extremely friendly and welcoming lady. We got - besides the beer - a lot of things to taste and to learn!

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Absolutely incredible hospitality... I stopped by to taste some beer and ended up tasting so many new types of food that they make. A truly unique experience and a must stop location.

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Nice little family shop, we could try an excellent red beer (roja), licor, cheese, potatoes, etc., that they offered us. They were extremely friendly and relaxed. Very affordable prices for these homemade and artisanal products ! Recommended if you want to try good local craftbeer and other products, and have a talk with this nice family !!

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We meet only Carmela. She is very nice. But the prices for there beer is incredible high. We payed for a big bottle 0.9 liter 195 pesos, for a small bottle 0.3 liter, 65 pesos. Far to much.

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We visited this little backyard brewery and loved it enough to come back a few days later with a brewer friend. It is a great tiny spot, and about as micro as a brewery could get.

Nicolas and his mom Carmella are wonderfully friendly people who are generous in their tastings. Bottled beer and canned goodies are mostly what are on offer (jams, goats cheese, sauces). We thought all the beers: the roja, rubia, negra and miel were of great quality and taste for such a microbrewery. Unsure what the last post was on about. Also just to confirm all beers were well carbonated!

Would easily recommend this place.

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just tried the treats which are really good. was too early for beer tasting. they just had the rubia and roja bottled and they were honestly not good. don't know if ot was the drive to rainbow mt. or a production failure. they both had no bubbles( or whatever its called with beer) and the roja was reeeaaaaaallly sweet. the rubia taste was good but felt like i opened it after buying it in the states and driving it to argentina. hope you have more luck or just go for a guinness;)

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Worth stopping in here - great beers and cool to meet Nicholas (brewer). None on tap when we were here so had to buy bottles. Roja and miel on offer for 45 each, so not that cheap. But they are really good !! Also dulces and quinoa treats too, handmade by Nicholas' mum !!

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A nice little micro, micro brewery that grows, malts and roasts their own barley, and uses unfiltered spring water from the mountian nxt door. They had a Roja on tap that was really good. They also jar all kinds of fruits and veggies. A nice big mug of fresh beer for 50 pesos. You can also buy bottles to go.

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