Dos Carreras, Quinta Camacho

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BOGOTA | Dos Carreras is a small brewpub in Bogota’s trendy Quinta Camacho neighbourhood in a cozy, long and narrow space with lots of wood, warm lighting, and artwork by local artist William Torres. It’s owned and run by a Spanish–Colombian couple.

The bar offers a rotating menu of 12 varieties of local craft beers on tap, as well as dozens of styles in the bottle. You’ll generally find about three beers brewed on site, with the rest of the taps featuring beers from other independent Colombian breweries. When we visited a highlight was the Cranky IPA, a 5.0% ABV American IPA brewed by Cerveceria La Quince with nice floral, citrus, and spice notes.

If you’re hungry selection of classic Spanish tapas and vegetarian sandwiches, made with organic vegetables and brewer’s yeast.

On weekends, an assortment of local poets and musicians provide free entertainment, and the bar also hosts pop up art events. Keep an eye out on their social media channels for details of upcoming beer tasting and pairing events, workshops and guided tastings.

Dos Carreras

Calle 69 #10A-35
Bogotá
Colombia

Telephone: +57 318 8459871
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 3:00pm to 11:00pm

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