Puerto Vallarta will be a meeting point for lovers of the most popular alcoholic beverage in the world; Those who like to be tasters of different types of beers can enjoy a varied delicacy of these drinks during the Beer Festival to be held in this city.
The Vallarta Institute of Culture announced that this festival will take place in its facilities during the weekend of the 18th and 19th of November, 2017, from 2:00 until 10:00 pm.
In this exhibition of traditional and artisan beers mainly produced in the country, but also international, visitors will be able to taste glasses and bottles of different brands at affordable prices.
The entry will be free, with evident requirement of reaching the age of majority to be able to buy beer, with prices that will range around 40 pesos per serving.
This news excited the community in the region because it is an event that, in other parts of the country including the city of Guadalajara, has been very successful.
Among the abundant variety of beers, locals and visitors will be able to sample products by national producers such as "Los Muertos Brewing" and "Los Cuentos" that live here in Puerto Vallarta; "Cerveza Minerva" of Guadalajara; "Yambak" and "The Beer Box" of Puebla, among others.
Additionally, an offer of food provided by the traditional local restaurants includes pizza from Los Muertos Brewing and burritas from Taco de Marlin, along with other snack and lunch dishes, which will offer attendees the opportunity to accompany their beer with food to compose a true feast.
The Vallarta Cultural Centre is located at the east end of Isla Cuale which separates Downtown Vallarta from Old Town. From Insurgentes go down the stairs and head east towards the mountains, or, cross the suspension bridge just west of Aguacate on Aquiles Serdan.
Translated and edited by Team Angels
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