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Stop At: Plaza Munoz Gamero, Punta Arenas Chile
Your beer tour of Punta Arenas starts at the city’s main square where you will meet your local guide. From here we’ll take a scenic walk through the colonial area of Punta Arenas to Austral Brewery, the oldest brewery in Punta Arenas and one of the most popular in Chile.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Cerveceria Austral, Patagona 508, Punta Arenas Chile
Once at the brewery, we will take a tour of the facilities and learn all about the beer-making process, from the selection of malted barley to bottling, as well as the history behind the barley to bottle process. After this dose of beer-making facts and history, it will be time for the best part: tasting! At the showroom, we will have the honor of tasting all the beers that the factory produces (7 types) and choose our favorite.
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Stop At: Bar Bulnes Punta Arenas, Avenida Presidente Manuel Bulnes - Magallanes 0408, Punta Arenas, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, Chile
Our second beer stop is an authentic local bar where you’ll have the chance to sip among locals, learning more about the people of Punta Arenas and how they like to socialize. At the bar you will have the chance to enjoy 3 types of local craft beer and taste the differences between the industrial beer we tired earlier and artisanal beer, both made with the purest water on the planet.
Duration: 1 hour
Plaza Armas Punta Arenas, Plaza Benjamín Muñoz Gamero, Punta Arenas, Magallanes y la Antártica Chilena, Chile
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Spend a relaxing afternoon getting to know all about the beer scene in Punta Arenas. Join an expert local guide and start off at one of the oldest breweries in Chile where you’ll see the beer-making process and taste the seven beers they produce. Switching gears, you’ll also visit a local bar to taste a few craft brews while sipping among locals. What could be better than getting to know a new city through its beer?