Curaka Bar, Miraflores

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LIMA | Curaka have been brewing for several years in Peru, but it wasn’t until 2017 that they opened their own brewpub in Lima. Located in Miraflores, Curaka Bar is the best place to try Curaka’s beers, along with some of their favourites from other Peruvian craft breweries like Magdalena, Black Sheep, and Invictus.

The space is long and narrow, with the bar at the front, timber tables, metal chairs and bar stools throughout the middle, and a small courtyard out the back. Low lighting, exposed brick, and murals from local artists all combine to create a space that’s fun, sleek and casual.

There are 20 taps at the bar. Curaka’s core range is available year ’round and the rest of the taps rotate regularly. Beers are sold in either 250ml or 400ml pours, and there’s the option of 4 x 150ml tasters. The Juicy, an 8.5% ABV Double IPA is very tasty, while the Sugar Mama, a rich and smooth 5.3% ABV Stout is also well worth trying. The staff here are super friendly and knowledgeable so if you need any tips or advice about any of the beers they’re more than happy to help.

For food it’s a small selection of bar snacks like wings, chips and the like. Word is that a larger menu is coming soon.

Curaka Bar

Francisco de Paula Camino 290
Miraflores
Lima 15064
Peru

Telephone: +51 966 424 376
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Tue – Thu: 6:00pm to 1:00am
Fri – Sat: 6:00pm to 3:00am

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