Beer in Bariloche

Ideal to drink beer, Bariloche has its own beer road, where scenes co-exist with a tradition brought along by immigrants who made the city grow.
When it comes to beer, Bariloche is a city that pays a special tribute. It even has a street that worships this beverage: Pasaje Peatonal de la Cultura de Montaña, a site chosen today by various generations to continue the myth of this drink.

Bachmann, Right in the Center

Located in the very center of the City of Bariloche (at 1348, O´Connor Street), Bachmann is a must visit for fans of craft beer. A brewpub inside a historical cabin typical of Bariloche. Its production includes pale, dark, Scottish and fruit beer, which may be accompanied with excellent trays of assorted regional products coveted by customers.
Those who have visited this place know the true match of these beers is chucrut. A very German recipe, this specialty has become a classic in this beautiful city, and rumor has it that you have only learned about Bariloche after having tasted the chucrut made at Bachmann.
  • Tradition brought along by immigrants

    Tradition brought along by immigrants

  • On the bar

    On the bar

  • The Muse of Beers

    The Muse of Beers

  • An ideal environment

    An ideal environment

  • Juramento Street

    Juramento Street

  • With music around

    With music around

  • A harmonious landscape

    A harmonious landscape

The Muse of Beers: Berlina

A jewel owned by the Ferrari brothers, Berlina is one mandatory brewery in the City of Bariloche today. Located on Bustillo Avenue (at the 11th kilometers marker), the beer served at the venue is one of the best. Berlina's stout (dark beer) is highly praised by the most demanding beer sommeliers. However, this privilege is also enjoyed by two other varieties: Munich and India. The three of them make up a trilogy.
The picadas are another attraction at Berlina. Perfect and never-ending, they show customers all the flavors of this wonderful Patagonian region, where smoked products and exclusive meat -including venison and boar, trout and salmon- rule.

Blest, a Very Argentine Brewpub

It is said that this was the first beer pub that started to brew its own beer in our country. Located on Bustillo Avenue (at the 11th kilometer marker), it is considered by many as “the place”. Its origin dates back to 15 years ago and its façade displays an old truck loaded with barrels so as to make it clear that beer supply is guaranteed to all visitors. Five types of beer await them inside: pilsen, bock, scotch ale, cream stout and a raspberry variety.
Perfect to be accompanied by extraordinary dishes, among which pork, trout, smoked cold cuts and, of course, a memorable repertoire of cheese for the most rigorous customers.

El Establo, a Family Asset

Speaking about El Establo is going back to a wooden grand house from the 1930s in the outskirts of Bariloche which still stands in perfect condition and enjoys the privilege of housing various unforgettable beers.
Located at the 24th kilometer marker on the famous Circuito Chico (Route 77, 24th kilometer marker, Circuito Chico – Colonia Suiza), it is well-known for its picadas, fondues, cakes, strudels, and obviously, its beers. This place is one of the cradles of beer in Bariloche.
For years, Mr. Gilbert and his son (owners of the venue) have devoted themselves to brewing beer. They produce majestic samples of pale, dark and red varieties, accompanied by excellent regional picadas and dishes.
Here, the beauty of creation is watched by beautiful Lake Moreno. An unforgettable place to enjoy a mug of beer and think only about drinking beer.

Konna, the Brewery on Juramento Street

Juramento Street is so beautiful that visitors are always tempted to walk along all through the day. Konna is the result of a dream. An incredible site to satisfy the divine pleasure of drinking beer.
Konna was created by Ángel Perticará, who gave life to a brewery that offers several varieties among which porter, Indian or kölsch at 73 Juramento Street.
A beer temple that will surely write its own history in the City of Bariloche and in the “little street” where the foamy drink is accompanied by traditional picadas, trays of assorted products, tapas and an endless array of smoked products and cheese varieties. Besides, assistance is excellent and this is evident from the moment customers cross its gates to the end of their visit.
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