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MEDELLIN | Cervecería Libre was started by four friends who, after several years of home brewing an assortment of beers that their friends and families loved, decided to take the plunge and start a commercial brewery. Located in Barrio Colombia, Cervecería Libre’s name comes from the fact that the brewery is free to brew whatever beers they want, and to fill the guest taps and fridges with beers from breweries that they like.

The space is located in an old warehouse in an industrial area with high ceilings, tiled floors, and TVs showing live sports. Lotf of veer bottles line the room, with kegs dotted around the space.

On tap you’ll find 22 different beers, with generally four small batch beers brewed on site by Cervecería Libre, and the remainder by other independent Colombian breweries. The team here take their beer seriously, and each beer is served the way it’s supposed to be – in the right glass, at the right temperature, with the right amount of head, through a custom system made in Medellin.

You can’t get tasting paddles, but the friendly staff are happy to let you try anything you’d like on tap before you commit to a full sized beer. The Libre Pasión, a 4.5% ABV American Wheat Ale is matured with pure passion fruit pulp and tastes fantastic. The Libre Avellana, a 5.0% ABV American Brown Ale brewed with a mixture of caramel malts and natural hazelnut extract, is also great.

Despite the language barrier when we visited, the guy behind the bar still managed to be helpful and over the course of a few hours knew exactly what kind of beers we’d want to try next.

There’s no kitchen at Cervecería Libre, but there are tasty little cheese puff type snacks handed out with every drink order. If you want something more substantial you’re allowed to bring in outside food.

Cervecería Libre

Carrera 44 #25-31
Medellín
Antioquia
Colombia

Telephone: +57 314 6154688
E-mail: [email protected]re.com
Website

Open
Wed – Thu: 5:00pm to 12:00am
Fri: 5:00pm to 2:00am
Sat: 6:00pm to 2:00am

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