Barranco Beer Company, Barranco

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LIMA | Barranco Beer Company is one of the largest craft breweries in Peru, and their beer can be found across the country. It’s a family owned brewery that opened in Lima’s Barranco district in 2013, and they produce a wide variety of beers across a number of styles.

The brewery is large, and there are several areas for visitors to enjoy themselves. There’s the airy and spacious main space downstairs, where the brewing equipment is in full view, a more chilled section with couches upstairs, and a rooftop bar for when the weather is good.

There are 10 taps pouring Barranco’s core range of beers, and a few more pouring limited and seasonal releases. There’s also a small can and bottle selection which can be enjoyed in house or taken away. Tasting paddles are offered if you’d like to try a few things. We recommend the Del Valle a Barranco, an 8.3% ABV Brown Ale brewed in collaboration with “Cerveceria del Valle Sagrado” with honey from the Cusco area and Peruvian cacao nibs. The Jefe Weiss, an easy drinking 4.8% ABV Hefeweisen is also great, as is the award winning Lupulager, a surprisingly hoppy 5.0% ABV lager. If you don’t want beer, there’s also a small selection of wine, cocktails and spirits.

For food, it’s a selection of pub classics with a focus on artisinal pizzas. Try the Pizza Morada, which uses a Peruvian purple corn base topped with Amazonian tomato sauce, smoked Serrano cheese, cured pork, smoked sausage, green olives, hot peppers, and Amazonian coriander. If you’ve got a group, try the La Ronda de la Compañia which features ham and cheese croquettes, chicken wings with a Pale X house marinade, chicharron de pollo, beef pastries, three dipping sauces, and chips.

Barranco Beer Company

Avenue Almte. Miguel Grau 308
Barranco
Lima 15063
Peru

Telephone: +51 1 2476211
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Sun – Wed: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 3:00am

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